c. 393), one of the leaders of the extreme or " anomoean " Arians, who are sometimes accordingly called Eunomians, was born at Dacora in Cappadocia early in the 4th century.
This alteration was regarded by the orthodox as so serious that Eunomians on returning to the church were rebaptized, though the Arians were not.
The orthodox, the Arians, the Eunomians and the Macedonians all sent champions to maintain their special tenets before the emperor, who finally decided in favour of the orthodox party.
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