Manichaeus


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Manichaeus

(ˌmænɪˈkiːəs) or

Manicheus

n
(Biography) See Mani
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Ambrose thus applies the command against divorce in Luke 16:18 to signify the inviolable union between the believer and the Church: "Therefore, let not him whom God has drawn to the Son be separated by persecution, nor distracted by extravagance, nor ravaged by philosophy, nor tainted by Manichaeus, nor perverted by Arius, nor infected by Sabellius.
As he comments on the importance of an unbroken tradition, he cites Saint Augustine (Book 28: Against Faustus Manichaeus, chapter 2:14).
51) The correct title is "Against the Epistle of Manichaeus called Fundamental" [Contra Epistulam Manicaei Quam Vocant Fundamenti].