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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 215) He was an early Christian theologian who taught that God is indivisible so the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are simply different manifestations or modes of the same entity. This view of the trinity was condemned, holding instead that the three members of the godhead were distinct beings yet were one in purpose and essence. His teachings are referred to as Sabellianism, Modalism and Monarchianism.

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