a Spanish bishop, of whom Gennadius (de Viris Illustribus,
100.14) records, that he wrote against the Manichaeans, the Sabellians, the Arians, and, with especial energy, against the Photinians.
The work was entitled de Fide adversus Haereticos.
Its object was to shew that the second person in the Trinity is co-eternal with the Father. Audentius is styled by Trithemius (de Script. Eccl.
CI.) " vir in divinis scripturis exercitatum habens ingenium." Cave supposes him to have flourished about A. D. 260.