On the Incarnation and Against the Heathen
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Athanasius (c.297-373), was born at Alexandria, Egypt, around AD 297, and would serve for forty-five years as that city's bishop, having begun as a bishop's assistant at the Council of Nicaea in AD 325. Athanasius spent seventeen years of his tenure in exile, having provoked several Roman emperors with his unflinching defense of the doctrine of the Trinity. Athanasius was one of the most brilliant and influential theologians in Christian history, and is venerated across all the major streams of the faith - Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Coptic, and mainline Protestant. He is remembered for his writings, still read today, his great pastoral concern, his courageous faithfulness despite immense opposition, and his profound interest in monasticism.