Abraham (or Ibrahim)
Abraham (Or Ibrahim)
a native of Antioch, was, in the 9th century, the chief of the heretical Abrahamites (q.v.), a. branch of the sect of the Paulinists. He denied the divinity of Jesus Christ. Cyriacus, patriarch of Antioch, opposed him powerfully but was not able to restore him to orthodoxy. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.