The search for the Christian doctrine of God: the Arian controversy 318-381

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T. & T. Clark, 1988 - Religion - 931 pages
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A very good book - though inexcusable, thoughtless comments on Athanasius' understanding of the Incarnation. This is a must have book on the history of the Arian Controversy. Read full review

Review: The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God: The Arian Controversy, 318-381

User Review  - Franklin Tait - Goodreads

A very good book - though inexcusable, thoughtless comments on Athanasius' understanding of the Incarnation. This is a must have book on the history of the Arian Controversy. Read full review

Contents

What did Arius Teach?
3
The Early Supporters of Arius
19
Chapter y The Antecedents of Arius
60
The Rationale of Arianism
99
Events Leading to Nicaea
129
The Council of Nicaea
152
Semantic Confusion
181
Eustathius and Marcellus
208
The Western ProNicenes I Hilary of Poitiers
459
The Western ProNicenes II
507
The Western ProNicenes III Marius Victorinus
531
Homoian Arianism
557
The NeoArians
598
Athanasius and his Heirs
639
The Cappadocian Theologians
676
The Doctrine of the Spirit
738

The Behaviour of Athanasius
239
Attempts at Creedmaking Phase One 341349
274
Attempts at Creedmaking Phase Two 350357
315
Attempts at Creedmaking Phase Three 357361
348
Eusebius of Emesa and Cyril of Jerusalem
387
The Doctrine of Athanasius
417
Chapter 2y The Council of Constantinople
791
The Development of Doctrine
824
Bibliography
878
General Index
901
Index of Modern Authors
922
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