(Eubulus; Eubulius; d. ca. 300/311). E Ch. theol.; bp. Olympus in Lycia; probably martyred in persecution instituted by Diocletian*; opposed Origen*; held bodily resurrection. Works include Symposium (in praise of virginity; includes hymn to Christ as Bridegroom of the Ch.); De resurrectione (against Origen); De libero arbitrio (against Gnosticism*).
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