Was Arius the ultimate Judas? Was he an arrogant innovator, a devotee of Greek philosophy, a Judaizer, a hater of mysteries, a phony, a snake in the grass?
In this episode, we look at Arius and his theology, in (as much as is now possible) in his own words.
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Some important scholarly sources on Arius:
- Rowan Williams’s Arius: Heresy and Tradition.
- R.P.C. Hanson’s The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God.
- Maurice Wiles’s Archetypal Heresy: Arianism Through the Centuries.