Macedonianism


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Macedonianism

the doctrines of Macedonius, 4th-century bishop of Constan-tinople, who denied the divinity of the Holy Ghost. — Macedonian, n.
See also: Heresy
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Subordinationism, Arianism, which caused the murder of millions, Macedonianism, Nestorianism, Monophysitism, Monothelitism, Donatism, Pelagianism--all these in the first five hundred years of the Church.
This meeting, they said, is going to be helpful in melting at least a little the ice between the two parties after Papoulias said that Macedonia should renounce its ideology of Macedonianism to which Ivanov replied that his position to the name issue was "Republic of Macedonia erga omnes.
My dear Macedonians, who as high officials make decisions about my destiny and the destiny of the Macedonianism in Macedonia-especially in my municipality, you should know that you are greatly contributing in losing the nationality of part of the Macedonian nation," Pajkovski writes.
Greek President Papoulias said in his interview with Serbian Politika last week that as long as Skopje insisted on the ideology of Macedonianism, the doors of NATO and the EU would remain closed.
Architect Vangel Bozinovski said that architect Baromini discovered that, "the Macedonianism, known in Europe as Hellenism, was, in fact, the first established Baroque".
With all due respect for the achievements in the careers of the academicians (and with an apology to the immortals from the department of natural sciences who had no guilt, but just being members, have also been under scrutiny), one must point out that a large number of the academicians have remained inveterate in the past, in the period of the shock-worker's strengthening of the Macedonianism because of their scientific (or political?