2.6. Arian

The teaching of Arius that God the Son was not of the same substance as God the Father, but was created as an agent for creating the world. Arius believed that the Son was a creature, higher than the angels, but lower than God Himself. This teaching was condemned at the Council of Nicea (A.D. 3http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/http://media.salemwebnetwork.com/biblestudytools/reference/commentaries/revelation/25).