The Arian Christian Bible

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Metaphysical Institute, May 5, 2010 - Religion - 210 pages
The Arian Christian Bible reflects the beliefs of Arian Christians. (The word 'Arian' should not be confused with the with the word 'Aryan' or racist 'Aryan' beliefs) Arian Christians believe that Jesus' highest teachings are contained in the New Testament in Jesus' own words as reported by the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke (The Arian Christian Bible). The namesake of these beliefs, St Arius of Alexandria, rejected the politically generated divinity of Jesus that was imposed by the Council of Nicaea, which was convened at the behest of Roman Emperor Constantine I in 325 AD. The purpose of this Council was to bring the structure of the Christian Church into conformity with the structure of the Roman Empire as the State Religion, that is; one religion, the Catholic (universal) Church; one theology, the Holy Trinity; and one religious leader, the Pope, and to form a basis for the suppression of other brands of Christianity. Arius opposed these measures. The Arian Christian Bible is a 'must have' for all true Christians.

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