Julian the ‘Arian’

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(4th cent.),

theologian. Many passages in catenae previously ascribed to Julian of Halicarnassus are now thought to come from the 4th cent. and to betray an Arian provenance. In 1973 D. Hagedorn ascribed a reconstructed commentary on Job to Julian the ‘Arian’, whom he argued may also be the compiler of the ‘Apostolic Constitutions’ and responsible for the long recension of the letters of St Ignatius (i.e. the interpolations).

Subjects: Christianity.

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