In the next century the Teutonic conquest of the West gave Arianism another lease of power.
But the most sanguine stickler for Arianism is the illustrious Dr. Clark.
But even this is obscure; and Erasmus, when accused of Arianism, might reply with apparent truth, that no heresy was more extinct.
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The reformers were not tolerant; for a woman was burnt for Arianism in 1550 and a male Anabaptist in 1551.
Yet there were many men whom Arianism suited by its shallowness.
It helped much to conquer Arianism, but it left a lasting evil in the lowering of the Christian standard.
Arianism was therefore a welcome explanation of the difficulty.
Thus the city populace was devoted to Arianism, and the Nicenes were a mere remnant, without either church or teacher.
There was a good deal of Arianism in Cappadocia, but we hear little of it in Asia.