Eudoxian

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Eudoxian

a member of a heretical sect, followers of Bishop Eudoxius, of Constantinople, who held extreme Arian views.
See also: Heresy
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There is another fourth-century argument over God's fatherhood which seems the more likely foundation for Cappadocian trinitarian theology, namely the debate between Basil of Ancyra and George of Laodicea, who favored fatherson language, and Eunomius of Cyzicus and Eudoxius of Antioch, who favored Creator-creature language.
The smaller consisted of Acacius of Caesarea in Palestine, George of Alexandria, Eudoxius of Antioch, Uranius of Tyre, and about thirty-two other bishops.
Theophilus was exiled to Heraclea and, of those not actually present, Eudoxius of Antioch was ordered to retire from that see, Aetius was exiled to Pepuza in Phrygia, and as many as seventy others were also exiled.