Definition for A-CA'CI-ANS


In Church History, were certain sects, so denominated from their leaders, Acacius bishop of Cesare, and Acacius patriarch of Constantinople. Some of them maintained that the Son was only a similar, not the same substance with the Father; others, that he was not only distinct but a dissimilar substance. – Encyc.

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