of or relating to or to the doctrines ascribed to him.
Theology. a follower of or a believer in the .
And it was for this very purpose of answering difficulties, not making them, that the Athanasian Creed was composed.
The Truth of Christianity William Harry Turton
The Athanasian Creed is not objectionable because of its damnatory clauses.
More Pages from a Journal Mark Rutherford
The Athanasian Creed, however, might fairly be said to stand on a somewhat different footing.
The English Church in the Eighteenth Century Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
Malone began to feel as if he were involved in the Athanasian Creed.
Occasion for Disaster Gordon Randall Garrett
Morality is so icy, and so intolerant; its doctrines have the ungentlemanlike rigour of the Athanasian Creed.
Expositor’s Bible: The Epistles of St. John William Alexander
“I think the word is Athanasian,” ventured the minister’s wife.
Homespun Tales Kate Douglas Wiggin
It was very easy at one time to chant the Athanasian hymn—it is easy for some still; but very hard for others.
Religion and Theology: A Sermon for the Times John Tulloch
It may be found in its completest expression in the Athanasian Creed.
A Short History of the World H. G. Wells
The service I can’t make head or tail of—think of the Athanasian.
Pointed Roofs Dorothy Richardson
He was also the author of a History of the Athanasian Creed .
A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature John W. Cousin
1580s, from Athanasius, archbishop of Alexandria in the reign of Constantine. The name is Latin, from Greek Athanasios, from athanatos “immortal,” from a- “not,” privative prefix, + thanatos “death.”
- Athanasian creed
a creed or formulary of Christian faith, of unknown authorship, formerly ascribed to Athanasius. Historical Examples And it was for this very purpose of answering difficulties, not making them, that the Athanasian Creed was composed. The Truth of Christianity William Harry Turton The Athanasian Creed is not objectionable because of its damnatory clauses. More Pages […]
Saint, a.d. 296?–373, bishop of Alexandria: opponent of Arianism. Contemporary Examples Athanasius Kircher was a Jesuit priest and polymath, a man of unusual talents. This Week’s Hot Reads: November 6, 2012 Mythili Rao November 6, 2012 Athanasius Kircher, the eccentric seventeenth-century Jesuit polymath, collector of curiosities, and borderline crank. Joshua Foer: How I Write Noah […]
a digester furnace with a self-feeding fuel supply contained in a towerlike contrivance, ensuring a constant, durable temperature. Historical Examples The draught affects the furnace—my athanor, as we adepts term it. Auriol W. Harrison Ainsworth A, shows an athanor (or digesting furnace) and a couple of digesting vessels. Alchemy: Ancient and Modern H. Stanley Redgrove […]