alogian definition

  • noun:
    • certainly one of an ancient sect whom refused St. John's Gospel and Apocalypse, which talk about Christ as the Logos.
    • certainly one of a sect which arose toward the close associated with the 2nd century, and which denied the divinity of Jesus Christ as Logos, or “Word” (John i. 1), as well as the authenticity of St. John's writings, that they ascribed to the Gnostic Cerinthus.
    • among an ancient sect which refused St. John's Gospel as well as the Apocalypse, which talk about Christ because the Logos.
    • certainly one of a sect which arose toward the close associated with the 2nd century, and which denied the divinity of Jesus Christ as the Logos, or “Word” (John i. 1), as well as the authenticity of St. John's writings, which they ascribed towards the Gnostic Cerinthus.
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