Select Treatises of S. Athanasius in Controversy with the Arians

Select Treatises of S. Athanasius in Controversy with the Arians

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1842 edition. Excerpt: ...Hilary speaks of the latter as " perfidia Ariana," Fragm. 6. I-Blondel, (Prim, dans l'Eglise, p. 484.) Larroquanus, &c. are of this ont opinion. And the Roman Breviary, Ed. Ven. 1482, and Ed. ARiMC.'Par-1543 in the Service for S. Eusebius of Rome, August. 14. And says that "Pope Liberius consented to the Arian misbelief," Seleu. Launnoi. Ep. v. 9. c. 13. Auxilius says the same, ibid. vi. 14. Animadv. 5. n. 18. Petavius grants that it must be this, if any of the three Sirmian, (Animadv. in Epiph. p. 316, ) but we shall see his own opinion presently. 3. A.D. 367. The foregoing interpolated. A creed was sent into the East in Hosius's name, Epiph. Hasr. 73. 14. Soz. iv. 15. p. 558, of an Anomcean character, which the "blasphemia" was not. And S. Hilary may allude to this when he speaks of the "deliramenta Osii, et incrementa Ursacii et Valentis," contr. Const. 23. An Anomcean Council of Antioch under Eudoxius of this date, makes acknowledgments to Ursacius, Valens, and Germinius. Soz. iv. 12 fin. as being agents in the Arianising of the West. Petavius and Tillemont considers this Confession to be the "blasphemia' interpolated. Petavius throws out a further conjecture, which seems gratuitous, that the whole of the latter part of the Creed is a later addition, and that Liberius only signed the former part. Animadv. in Epiph. p. 316. 4. A.D. 358. The Ancyrene Anathemas. The Semi-Arian party had met in Council at Ancyra in the early spring of 358 to protest against the " blasphemia," and that with some kind of correspondence with the Gallic Bishops who had just condemned it, Phsebadius of Agen writing a Tract against it, which is still extant. They had drawn up and signed, besides, a more

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