Definition of Athanasianism
1. Noun. The theological doctrine taught by Athanasius that Christ the Son is of the same substance as God the Father.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Athanasianism
Literary usage of Athanasianism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Critical History of the Evolution of Trinitarianism: And Its Outcome in by Levi Leonard Paine (1900)
"... CHAPTER I Athanasianism THE New England doctrine of the Trinity is plainly passing through a critical phase in its history. That a rapprochement of some ..."
2. The Contemporary Review (1870)
"... Martineau a very valid reason for not accepting Athanasianism ; but to Mr. Arnold it seems a reason for not rejecting ..."
3. A Debate Between Rev. A. Campbell and Rev. N. L. Rice, on the Action by Alexander Campbell, Nathan Lewis Rice, Marcus Tullius Cicero Gould (1844)
"Valenti- nian supported Athanasianism in the west, and Valens, ... The bishop of Rome finally became infallible, and fixed Athanasianism at Rome, ..."
4. The Works of the Late Right Honourable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke by Henry Saint-John Bolingbroke, Oliver Goldsmith (1809)
"... by much the same means, dictated another; and of this we need no other proof than the several revolutions from Athanasianism to Arianism, ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"He was also genius and scholar and churchman, transmitting uncriticized the dogmas of Athanasianism and the philosophy of ancient Greece, according to his ..."
6. The Works of Lord Bolingbroke: With a Life, Prepared Expressly for this by Henry St. John Bolingbroke (1841)
"... and from Arianism to Athanasianism. One alone could prevail at once, and as there were many, there was always a resistance of private to public ..."