Charles Buck Theological Dictionary
A denomination which arose in the twelfth century, known also by the name of the Circumcised. their distinguishing tenets were these,
1. That the observation of the law of Moses in every thing except the offering of sacrifices was obligatory upon Christians. In consequence of which, they circumcised their followers, abstained from those meats the use of which was prohibited under the Mosaic aeconomy, and celebrated the Jewish sabbath.
2. That Christ was no more than the first and purest creature of God. This denomination had the utmost aversion to the doctrine and discipline of the church of Rome.
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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Pasaginians'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/cbd/p/pasaginians.html. 1802.