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“For places named after the saint, see Saint-Hippolyte Saint Hippolytus of Rome (c. 170-c. 236...Hippolytus of Rome
“Marcionism is an Early Christian dualist belief system that originates in the teachings of...Marcionism
“Pope Leo I, or Pope Saint Leo the Great (ca. 400-10 November 461), was pope from 29 September...Pope Leo I
“In Christian usage, the Greek word hypostasis (ὑπόστᾰσις) has a complicated and sometimes...Hypostasis
“Jewish Christians (sometimes called also "Hebrew Christians" or "Christian Jews") is a term with...Jewish Christianity
“In Christian usage, the Greek word hypostasis (ὑπόστᾰσις) has a complicated and sometimes...Hypostasis (philosophy)
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Pages in category "Ancient Christian controversies"
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