Athanasius Kircher was a Jesuit priest and polymath, a man of unusual talents.
Athanasius Kircher, the eccentric seventeenth-century Jesuit polymath, collector of curiosities, and borderline crank.
Athanasius, who lived at Treves as an exile, probably introduced it into Germany.
The victory of Athanasius was in no sense a defeat for Hellenism.
It was years since he had repeated the creed of Saint Athanasius.
The celebrated Athanasius, and other bishops, were banished, and their sees filled with Arians.
The passage from Athanasius will be quoted at some length, when we come to examine that father's testimony.
He subscribed, very reluctantly, the condemnation of Athanasius.
Athanasius and Augustine are worthier subjects of study than Flavian and Optatus.
He was a friend of Athanasius, the champion of the orthodox doctrine of the Trinity.