Definition of Eunomian

1. n. A follower of Eunomius, bishop of Cyzicus (4th century A. D.), who held that Christ was not God but a created being, having a nature different from that of the Father.



Definition of Eunomian

1. Noun. (historical theology) A follower of (w Eunomius), bishop of Cyzicus, who held that Christ was not God but a created being, having a nature different from that of the Father. ¹

2. Adjective. Of or pertaining to Eunomius or his doctrine. ¹

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