(fl. c. 200)

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(fl. c.200),

a heretic against whom Tertullian wrote a treatise. He is said to have turned the Pope (Victor or Zephyrinus) against the Montanists and proclaimed himself a leader of the ‘Patripassian Monarchians’, i.e. those who upheld the unity of the Godhead even at the cost of declaring that God the Father suffered. He recanted.

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