Christian Cyclopedia

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(Rabbulas; Rabula[s]; ca. 350–ca. 435/436). B. Qennesrin, near Aleppo, NW Syria; monk ca. 400; bp. Edessa 411 [412?]; opposed Nestorianism,* esp. Theodore* of Mopsuestia; Peshitta (see Bible Versions, C 4) ascribed to him; succeeded by Ibas.*

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