Christian Cyclopedia

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(from Lat. pater, “father,” and passus, “having suffered”). A form of Monarchianism; the view (died out ca. the 5th c.) that in the work of redemption God the Father became incarnate and suffered. See also Monarchianism, B; Noetus; Praxeas; Sabellius; Theopaschitism.

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