ANTIDICOMARIANITAE

 ANTIDICOMARIANITAE. Epiphanius discusses this group amply in Haer. 78, reporting the letter he wrote about them to the church of Arabia, where he locates their origin. The Antidicomarianitae confessed only the human nature of Christ and denied the virginity of Mary in that, after Christ’s birth, she is said to have had other children with Joseph. Augustine first mentions them Haer. 56 as denying the perpetual virginity of Mary, and then again Haer. 84, identifying them with the Helvidians, followers of the Roman Helvidius, who preached the same doctrine, and against whom Jerome wrote De perpetua virginitate beatae Mariae. H. Quilliet, Antidicomarianites: DTC 1,1378-1382; G. Bardy, Le De Haeresibus et ses sources: Miscellanea Agostiniana 2 1931 411-412.The Project Gutenberg eBook of Encyclopdia Britannica, Volume … travelquaz

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ANTIDICOMARIANITAE

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Encyclopdia Britannica, Volume … travelquaz

ANTIDICOMARIANITAE

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Encyclopdia Britannica, Volume … travelquaz

ANTIDICOMARIANITAE

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