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Documents from the Luciferians by Colin M. Whitingtranslations of several documents written by the Luciferians, a group of fourth-century Christians whose name derives from the bishop Lucifer of Cagliari, that highlight connections between developments in Christian theology and local Christian communities in the course of the fourth century.
Philostorgius: Church History by Philip R. AmidonPhilostorgius (born 368 C.E.) was a member of the Eunomian sect of Christianity, a faction opposed to the form of Christianity adopted by the Roman government as the official religion of its empire.