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The heretical teaching of Eunomius (d. 395), the Arian Bishop of Cyzicus in Mysia. It held that God is so absolutely one that the Second Person could not be generated within the divine nature. The Second and Third Persons were said to have been created. The Eunomianists also denied the value of an;y worship or the need for any sacraments.
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