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Arius (whose most famous and successful opponent was Athanasius, the writer of this biography) maintained that the Son of God was not co-equal and co-eternal with the Father, but created by Him out of nothing, and before the world.
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The rock on which all the ancients have split, and which has occasioned all their errors, has been their supposing the idea of God to be innate and co-eternal with the soul; and hence all the reveries developed in Plato and Jamblicus.
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Athanasius maintained that the Son was co-eternal with the Father, and the same in substance with the Father.
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As the divine entity is eternal, the divine attributes are co-existent, co-eternal.
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On the Cross of Calvary, then, God the Father shewed His own character and the character of His co-equal and co-eternal Son, and of The Spirit which proceeds from both.
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But if we really believe in that changeless kingdom and in that changeless King, shall we not-considering who Christ is, the co-equal and co-eternal Son of God-believe also, that if the heavens and the earth are being shaken, then Christ Himself may be shaking them?
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And in this Trinity none is afore, or after other: none is greater, or less than another; But the whole three Persons are co-eternal together: and co-equal.
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Examples of Co-eternal

Example #1
If St. Antony could use so extreme an argument against the Arians, what would he have said to the Mariolatry which sprang up after his death?
Example #2
It appears from this and many other passages, that extempore prayer was usual among these monks, as it was afterwards among the Puritans (who have copied them in so many other things), whenever a godly man visited them. {66a} Meletius, bishop of Lycopolis, was the author of an obscure schism calling itself the "Church of the Martyrs," which refused to communicate with the rest of the Eastern Church.
Example #3
See the Timoeus, the Phedon, and De Mysteriis Egyptiorum, sect.
Example #4
Reason, strengthened by these contradictions, rejecting everything that is not in the order of nature, and admitting no historical facts but those founded on probabilities, lays open its own system, and pronounces itself with assurance.
Example #5
Arius maintained that the Son, the second person of the Trinity, derived his being from the Father within the limits of time, and was secondary to him in power and glory.
Example #6
We need not follow the fortunes of the imbecile princes who succeeded Xerxes, for the Persian monarchy was now degenerate and weakened, and easily fell under the dominion of Alexander, who finally overthrew the power of Persia, B.C. 330.