(Gk. like, similar). Term used in stating the view of some of Arian (see Arianism) inclination in the early ch. that the Son is like the Father, without saying anything specifically about the ousia (substance). See also Acacius of Caesarea (d. ca. 366); Homoiousios; Homoousios.
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