One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In the fourth-century Arian controversy, a person who held that God the Father and God the Son are of the same substance.Compare with homoiousian
- ‘The arguments between homoiousians and homoousians would be hysterically ridiculous if it weren't for the amount of blood shed over the letter ‘i’.’
Mid 16th century: from ecclesiastical Latin homousianus, from homousius, from Greek homoousios, from homos ‘same’ + ousia ‘essence, substance’.
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