Secundus of Ptolemais

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Secundus of Ptolemais was a 4th-century bishop of Ptolemais, excommunicated after the First Council of Nicaea for his nontrinitarianism.[1]

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  1. ^ Hanson 2005: pp. 162–163. "Two bishops who refused to sign the Creed, Secundus of Ptolemais and Theonas of Marmarike, were deposed by the Council and exiled by the Emperor."

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Hanson, R. P. C. (2005) [1988]. The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God: The Arian Controversy 318–381. T&T Clark (Continuum). ISBN 978-0-567-03092-4.