An extension of Logos subordinational theology advocated by (c. 256-336) Alexandrian presbyter whose teaching on the Trinity was condemned at the Council of Nicaea A.D. 325. (See Arianism and Arian Controversy.... more, a 4th century priest in Alexandrian, which asserted that Derived from a Greek term meaning anointed and is equivalent to the word “messiah” from Hebrew roots. The anointing references the act of installi... more was simply a creation of God the Father and that “there was once when he [Chirst] was not.” This created a major controversy in the early a term translated from the Greek word “Ecclesia” which means an assembly called together and is sometime translated as a congregation. A church is... more culminating in this is derived from the Latin word for teaching, doctrina, and is an important aspect of Christianity more so than other world religions because Christian... more being condemned by the Council of Nicaea. Prior to the Council of Nicaea An extension of Logos subordinational theology advocated by Arius, a 4th century priest in Alexandrian, which asserted that Christ was simply a creati... more and semi-Arianism was the majority view of the bishops and continued to be the predominate belief of Christians outside of the territory ruled by the (27 B.C.) After a period of unrest and competing generals jockeying for power, Octavian, the adopted son of Julius Caesar, becomes the first official ... more, particularly in Referring to an Indo-European ethnic group of people originating in northern Europe. The Roman Empire bordered on Germanic lands for centuries and the... more areas, until the Middle Ages.