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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Where did you find it. I wanted to quote that part first. Some other page told me that different between Homoiousion and Homoousion doesn't concern the western part of the empire. Arian may not be the only one that disagree with Trinity.
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accepted Why was Jesus crucified (historically?)
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comment Why was Jesus crucified (historically?)
fair enough. No criminal record at all? Officially, Jesus' crime is "being the king of the jew". That's what's put on top of his cross.
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
I tried. Didn't get in.
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Lennart, you did make the question much better. Thank you. I can't vote up your answer till I know it's true.
Oct
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Because they may not have grown so fast. May be there were already tons of them during Nicea council. That's something I wanted to know.
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Sack of Rome happened after the council of Nicea. That means within 85 years, there are enough Arians to sack Rome.
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Your answer said that Arians are underrepresented in Nicea because they are new doctrines. However, there are many Arians around. Your answer is they are new but spread quickly
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
Why is it terrible at all? In quora people said that the majority of "Arians" are in the west of the empire and hence too far from Nicea. Also the fact that the number of Arians are so large shows that it may not be a new thing.
Oct
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
That the idea that Jesus may not be God is new. I mean obviously non christians believe that. But to have most Jesus' followers not thinking he is a God but mere prophets, for example. Is that really a new idea?
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
I want pure secular historical answer. I can ask both.
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comment Why were Arians outnumbered on the First Council of Nicaea?
I think answers from Christianity.se would be biased in favor of trinitarians. It'll be something along, because God has decree that the right doctrines win.