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Athanasius: On the Incarnation of the Word of God
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Athanasius: On the Incarnation of the Word of God

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Religious Tract Society 1903

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Overview

Written just before the rise of Arianism in AD 319, On the Incarnation of the Word of God is the best-known work of Athanasius of Alexandria and a pillar of the doctrine of the Incarnation and the divinity of Jesus. Addressed to a recent Christian convert, this text demonstrates Athanasius’ intellectual acumen and biblical wisdom. This edition contains a scholarly introduction with a thorough outline of Athanasius’ arguments and points. Extensive footnotes draw attention to his references to Scripture, the Greek philosophers, and earlier Christian writings.

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Key Features

  • Presents a pillar of the doctrine of Incarnation and the divinity of Jesus
  • Addresses the recent convert to Christianity
  • Outlines Athanasius’ arguments and points

Contents

  • Part I
    • The Doctrine of Creation
    • Reasons for the Incarnation
    • Aspects of the Incarnation
    • Aspects of the Death and Resurrection of Christ
  • Part II
    • Refutation of the Jews
    • Refutation of the Gentiles

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About Athanasius of Alexandria

Athanasius of Alexandria (ca. 296–373) was the twentieth bishop of Alexandria. Also known as Athanasius the Great, Athanasius is considered a renowned Christian theologian, a Church Father, and a noted Egyptian leader of the fourth century. Venerated by the Roman Catholic Church, the Oriental and Eastern Churches, the Lutheran Church, and the Anglican Communion, he is celebrated with various high-level honorifics across all of these Christian traditions, including “Father of Orthodoxy” in the Eastern Orthodox Church, Doctor of the Church in the Catholic tradition, and “Father of the Canon” among Protestants. He is remembered primarily for his conflict with Arianism—a theological conflict which he spent the majority of his life fighting.

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