A Critical Dissertation on the Athanasian Creed: Its Original Language, Date, Authorship, Titles, Text, Reception and Use

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Clarendon Press, 1897 - Athanasian Creed - 559 pages
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Page 346 - God, of the substance of the Father, begotten before the worlds; and Man, of the substance of his mother, born in the world...
Page 469 - Nam sicut anima rationalis et caro unus est homo, ita Deus et homo unus est Christus.
Page 401 - I have already mentioned; — a festology in which, at the end of the eighth or beginning of the ninth century, he collected from 'the countless hosts of the illuminated books of Erin...
Page 516 - Unus ergo Pater, non tres Patres ; unus Filius, non tres Filii : unus Spiritus Sanctus, non tres Spiritus Sancti.
Page 171 - Gospel, count up as an hour each, the first age from Adam to Noah; the second, from Noah to Abraham; the third, from Abraham to David; the fourth, from David to the...
Page 467 - Quia sicut singillatim unamquamque Personam et Deum et Dominum confiteri Christiana veritate compellimur; ita tres Deos aut Dominos dicere Catholica religione prohibemur.
Page 515 - Spiritus Sanctus. Et tamen non tres omnipotentes : sed unus omnipotens. Ita Deus Pater, Deus Filius : Deus Spiritus Sanctus. Et tamen non tres Dii, sed unus est Deus.
Page 359 - The flesh and the conjunction of the flesh with God began both at one instant; his making and taking to himself our flesh was but one act, so that in Christ there is no personal subsistence but one, and that from everlasting.
Page 349 - BECAUSE thou didst give Jesus Christ thine only Son to be born as at this time for us, who by the operation of the Holy Ghost, was made very man of the substance of the Virgin Mary his mother, and that without spot of sin, to make us clean from all sin.
Page 30 - So the Father is God, the Son is God, and the Holy Ghost is God; And yet they are not three Gods, but one God.

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