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Some Accounts of the Council of Nicæa, in Connexion with the Life of Athanasius
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Some Accounts of the Council of Nicæa, in Connexion with the Life of Athanasius

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Francis & John Rivington 1853

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Overview

This volume is an exploration of the historical difficulties surrounding the Arian controversy. Taking the accounts of the Council of Nicaea, the four orations of Athanasius against the Arians, and the tract De Incarnatione Christi, the author explores every letter and writing from the same age, piecing together the Council and the issues of Athanasius’ writings.

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Key Features

  • Explores the historical difficulties surronuding the Arian controversy
  • Pieces together the Council of Nicæa along with the writings of Athanasius
  • Examines every letter and writing thoroughly

Contents

  • Account of the Council of Nicæa
  • Some Account of the Four Orations of Athanasius against the Arians
  • Some Account of the Tract De Incarnatione Christi

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About John Kaye

John Kaye (1783–1853) was an ordained minister and bishop in the Church of England. He was educated at Sir Charles Burney in Hammersmith, England. He entered Christ’s College at Cambridge and graduated in 1804, later becoming the 21st Master of Christ’s College between 1814 and 1830. He became vice-chancellor of Cambridge in 1814 and appointed bishop of Bristol from 1820 to 1827. His final bishopric was at Lincoln from 1827 until his death.