ATHANASIUS of Anazarbus 4th c.. This bishop of Anazarbus Cilicia supported Arius from the first. He did not take part in the Council of Nicaea 325, perhaps having found a way to avoid it, but was obliged to subscribe to the homoousios. According to Philostorgius he was later Aetius’s teacher. We have a few fragments from him, affirming the most radical theses of Arian doctrine. CPG 2, 2060-2061; D. de Bruyne, Deux lettres inconnues de Theognius: ZNTW 27 1908 107-110; G. Bardy, Recherches sur s. Lucien d’Antioche et son école, Paris 1936, 204-210; R.P.C. Hanson, The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God: The Arian Controversy, 318–381, Edinburgh 1988, 41-43.
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