Nontrinitarianism Vs Sabellianism

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Sabellianism was the nontrinitarian principle that God the Father, God the Son, and the Holy Spirit were three separate aspects of God. Later declared heretical, Sabellianism and similar theologies established out of the earlier teaching known as Modalistic Monarchianism, with which it was often recognized with. Sabellianism contrasted from classical trinitarianism by that it insisted that the three persons of the Holy Trinity did not form enduring differences, but alternatively performed as means of God's being and activity. More specifically, Sebellians were people who believed that God the Father was active in the principle of creation, God the Son in the act of redemption, and God the Holy Spirit in process of beatification. One of Sabellianism’s
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