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Archetypal HeresyArianism Through the Centuries$
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Maurice Wiles

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780199245918

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199245916.001.0001

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Maimbourg's Millennium and the Second Death of Arianism

Maimbourg's Millennium and the Second Death of Arianism

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(p.52) 3 Maimbourg's Millennium and the Second Death of Arianism
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Archetypal Heresy
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Maurice Wiles

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199245916.003.0003

The seventeenth‐century Jesuit historian Louis Maimbourg spoke of a first death of Arianism at the conversion of the Lombard kingdom to orthodoxy in 662 ce, with a brief revival initiated by Michael Servetus at the time of the Reformation leading to a second death around 1660 ce. This chapter surveys that millennium briefly, illustrating the occasional reference to Arianism in the Middle Ages, and looking in a little more detail at the anti‐Nicene teaching of Servetus and the more explicitly Arian‐type teaching of anti‐Trinitarian theology in Poland.

Keywords:   anti‐Trinitarian, Lombard, Middle Ages, Poland, Servetus

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