Athanasius: The Hero

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Kessinger Publishing, Aug 1, 2003 - Religion - 176 pages
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1906. Because to Athanasius, theology was not a mechanism but a vitality; because he understood that such doctrines as the deity of our Lord are an essential part of Christianity, and must be preserved at whatever cost; and because there are no truths more important than these to our own eager, much seeking age; it was a joy for the author to write this book about him. Contents: the times of Athanasius; City of Athanasius; early life of Athanasius; Rise of Arianism and the Council of Nicaea; Athanasius Bishop; first exile; restoration and the second exile; period of the second restoration; third exile; last years of Athanasius; Theology of Athanasius; message of Athanasius to our time.

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