The Arians of the Fourth Century

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, Dec 3, 1996 - Religion - 262 pages
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Early in his career, Newman immersed himself deeply in the study of the church fathers. This volume is a fine academic study, as well as a source of insight into the spirituality of Newman. Important for students of Arianism and Athanasius, as well as Cardinal Newman himself.
 

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For its insights into shifts in historical method in the nineteenth century, it's pretty interesting. I concede that Newman has his charms! Read full review

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Contents

The Schools Of The Sophists
18
The Church Of Alexandria
25
The Eclectic Sect
56
Sabellianism
64
CHAPTER II
73
HISTORICAL
126
CHAPTER IV
145
The SemiArians
156
The Athanasians
164
The Anomœans
178
The Council OfAlexandria In The Reign Of Julian
187
The Ecumenical Council Of Constantinople In The Reign Of Theodo
197
CREED OF NICA
209
APPENDIX
215
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Newman, the Tractarian Leader and later Cardinal, exercised profound religious influence on 19th century England.

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