Bagnolensians (Bagnoli, or Bajoli)

Bagnolensians (Bagnoli, Or Bajoli)

(Bagnolais, or Bazolais), so called from the town of Bagnols, in Languedoc, were Manichaeans of the 8th century who rejected the Old Test. and part. of the New. They declared that God could do nothing of himself; that he did not create the soul of man when he created the body; that the world is eternal, etc. These heretics were also called Concordois, or Cazocois. In the 13th century there was a sect of the Cathari called by the same name.

 
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