Athanasius of alexandria on virginity
Pseudo-Athanasius on virginity
This late ancient Christian treatise, preserved in Syriac and falsely attributed to Athanasius of Alexandria (d. ), exhorts female virgins to be "holy in body and .
Pseudo-Athanasius on Virginity
St. Athanasius on the Mother of God
All about Discourse on Virginity by Patriarch of Alexandria Saint Athanasius. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Pseudo-Athanasius on Virginity, Volume Front Cover. Saint Athanasius ( Patriarch of Alexandria). Peeters, - Virginity - 43 pages.
Description:Little is known about the first couple years of his life. However, we know that he received a good formation in philosophy and theology before he was ordained a deacon in During the s, a priest named Arian began to spread a heresy that declared that Jesus did not have a divine nature, that he was not true-God but only a mediator between God and men. The Church proclaimed the Nicene Council in to clarify the faith in this subject. Athanasius accompanied his bishop Alexander to the Council, serving him as his secretary. The council confirmed that Jesus is God, wrote a new Creed more explicit in this point , excommunicated Arian, and condemned his heresy.