Athanasius and the Nicene Creed

Athanasius and the Nicene Creed is the epic story of Bishop Athanasius of Alexandria and his fight for the Nicene Creed. The story is not a pretty one, and the result was permanent divisions of the Christian world and relationships between church and state that persist to this day. The battle was the Nicene Creed against Arianism, named after Arius, the priest who began the controversy. More

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About William H. Stephens

Dr. William H. Stephens held editorial positions with LifeWay Christian Resources prior to his retirement. He created and was for ten years editor of Biblical Illustrator, a Bible background and archeology magazine. Then, with the title of Senior Curriculum Coordinator, he was responsible for the content of all discipleship training materials dealing with history and doctrine, along with other areas. After his early retirement he was adjunct professor of New Testament at Belmont University for seven years. Dr. Stephens is the author of eighteen books.

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