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Athanasius

Saint. ?296--373 ad, patriarch of Alexandria who championed Christian orthodoxy against Arianism. Feast day: May 2
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Little Hours, Vespers, and Compline, Athanasian Creed, other psalms, the antiphon Asperges me Domine.
Her view of the relation of God and the world is akin to the profoundly Athanasian, trinitarian view of Denis Edwards (Partaking of God: Trinity, Evolution, and Ecology [2014]).
Within that philosophical context, the Athanasian position, says Thomsen, was rightly affirmed as orthodox.
The Harrowing of Hell is a doctrine in Christian theology referenced in the Apostles' Creed and the Athanasian Creed (Quicumque vult), which states that Jesus 'descended into Hell'" (140).
Athanasian et al., "Primary desmoplastic small cell tumor of soft tissues and bone of the hand," The American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.
Those proposals contained no insistence on the episcopacy or on the need for a priest to conduct Holy Communion, no mention of confirmation or absolution, which he termed sacraments, or of the Athanasian Creed specifically.
To other Darwinians--except Darwin--Natural Selection seemed a dogma to be put in the place of the Athanasian creed; it was a form of religious hope; a promise of ultimate perfection.
There are four extant manuscripts of a 14th-century anonymous interlinear Latin-to-Middle English glossed prose translation of the Book of Psalms, 11 canticles, and the Athanasian Creed.
When Theodosius declared it a treasonable offense for anyone to practice any other religion, he established the Athanasian form of Christianity, which emphasizes, as Pharaoh Hatshepsitu exclaimed, that a special person could be a God at birth (Burns & Ralph, 1969).
"Persecution and exile in the Patristic Period: Athanasian and Augustinian perspectives".
Athanasian. Bone and soft tissue tumors in: Scott W Wolf, Robert N Hotchkiss, William C Pederson, Scott H Kozin, Green's Operative Hand Surgery.