A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations/Gaianitae

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GAIANITAE, a denomination which sprang from the Eutychians. They derive their name from Gaian, a bishop of Alexandria, in the sixth century, who is said to have denied that Jesus Christ, after the hypostatical union, was subject to any of the infirmities of human nature.