TEXTO ORIGINAL – Arius’s Unbelief
Arius is associated with “a belief of unbelief”: “He introduced a belief of unbelief – new and never yet at any time seen since men have been born.” What do we know Arius to have said at Nicaea? Just these things alone and dogmatically. Just these five assertions – he was quiet and dogmatic.
“There was time when He was not.
Before He was born He was not.
He was made out of nothing existing.
He is/was from another subsistence/substance.
He is subject to alteration or change.”
Arius’ introduced a belief of unbelief against the propaganda of Constantine. He did not believe in “New Testament Authenticity”. He did not believe the Canonical texts were divine. He authored biting anti-christian polemic. Constantine was pissed off at Arius for publishing his unbelief. Arius unbelief, I believe, was focused on the Constantine Bible. The words of Arius above, are historical commentary on Jesus.
Before Constantine – There was time when He was not.
Before Constantine – Before He was born He was not.
He is fictitious – was made out of nothing existing.
He is a fiction – from another subsistence/substance.
The fiction – is subject to alteration or change.”