Athanasius’ Trinitarian Soteriology; Athanasius or the Gospel, You Cannot Have Both

Athanasius, 

“The Word was made flesh in order that we might be made gods. … Just as the Lord, putting on the body, became a man, so also we men are both deified through his flesh, and henceforth inherit everlasting life.”

Against the Aryans, 1.39, 3.34

“For the Son of God became man so that we might become God.”

De inc. 54, 3: PG 25, 192B

Now reader you have a choice to make, reject the Gospel of the Bible and of Calvinism so that you can retain Trinitarian orthodoxy; or reject Trinitarian orthodoxy and retain the Gospel of the Bible and of Calvinism. To believe the Gospel is to be a heretic in the eyes of the Church. Plain and simple.

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