Secundus of Ptolemais
Secundus, was bishop of Ptolemais and a patron of Arius, and is listed among those present at the council of Nicaea. Theonas and Secundus were the only bishops at the Council of Nicaea who refused to accept its decree nor sign the Nicaean Creed, a posotion for which was deposed by the bishop of Alexandria, and sent into exile He did later recovered his bishopric as part of Constantine the Great's attempts at reconcilliation, though his Arian successor Stephanus of Ptolemais was deposed in about 360.
- 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."
- R. P. C. Hanson, The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God: The Arian Controversy, 318–381. 2005 (T&T Clark (Continuum), 2008) ISBN 978-0-567-03092-4
- Warren H. Carroll, A. History of Christendom, Volume II. p. 11.
- Warren H. Carroll, A. History of Christendom, Volume II. p. 12.
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