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Sabellius (fl. ca. 215) was a third-century priest and theologian who most likely taught in Rome, but may have been a North African from Libya. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sabellius has received more than 126,847 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia. Sabellius is the 940th most popular religious figure (down from 884th in 2019).

Sabellius was most famous for teaching that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are all one person with three modes of manifestation.

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Among religious figures, Sabellius ranks 940 out of 2,238Before him are Abd al-Rahman ibn Muljam, Paul of Samosata, Jacob Sprenger, Jorge Medina, Mariam Baouardy, and Ignatios of Constantinople. After him are Peter of Verona, Valentin Haüy, Qasim ibn Muhammad, Alexandre José Maria dos Santos, Roger Etchegaray, and Agostino Casaroli.

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Among people born in 200, Sabellius ranks 28Before him are Claudius Aelianus, Lucius Artorius Castus, Tatiana of Rome, Achilles Tatius, Yu Jin, and Paul of Samosata. After him are Gao Shun, Yue Jin, Liu Zhang, Marcia, Vologases VI, and Ingenuus. Among people deceased in 300, Sabellius ranks 8Before him are Saint Christopher, Bhāsa, Sasan, Meng Huo, Saturnin, and Achilles Tatius. After him are Ma Dai, Xenophon of Ephesus, Marcia Otacilia Severa, Saint Martial, Bongsang of Goguryeo, and Minervina.

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