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One God in the Fourth Century

https://youtu.be/OZeMX_Ni6O0 By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Sean Finnegan"] In the early fourth century Alexander, Athanasius, and others began teaching the Father and Son are coeternal and coequal. Arius, Eusebius, and others rejected the Son’s eternity because he was begotten and thus had a beginning. In 325, Constantine called the council of Nicea, which produced a new creed saying…
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