Tofauti kati ya marekesbisho "Anatoli wa Laodikea"

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'''Anatoli wa Laodikea''' (anajulikana pia kama '''Anatoli wa Aleksandria''' kwa kuwa ndipo alipozaliwa mwanzoni mwa [[karne ya 3]] – [[3 Julai]] [[283]]<ref>"Lives of the Saints," Omer Englebert New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1994, p. 256</ref>) alikuwa [[askofu]] wa [[Latakia|Laodikea]] kwenye [[pwani]] ya [[Mediteranea]] nchini [[Syria]].
Kabla ya hapo alikuwa pia kati ya [[wataalamu]] wakuu wa [[hisabati]], [[jiometri]], [[fizikia]], [[astronomia]] na [[falsafa]] ya [[Aristotle]].<ref>EusebiusNoted scientist, ''Historiaphilosopher, Ecclesiastica''scholar, 7.32.6.</ref><ref>[[Eunapius]]teacher, ''[http://wwwand LivesHe ofwrote theten Philosophersbooks on mathematics alone, and Sophists]''</ref><ref>"TheSaint Ante-NiceneJerome Christianpraised Pasch:his ''Descholarship rationeand paschali'',writing. Head of the PaschalAristotlean Tractschool ofin AnatoliusAlexandria, bishopEgypt. ofHowever, Laodicea"he bywas Danielknown Pnot just as a scholar but as a humble and deeply religious man. McIgnorance Carthyhorrified him, and Aidanpart Breenof (2003)his Dublin:work Fourwith Courtsthe Press</ref>poor was to educate them. Held a number of government posts in Alexandria.
During a rebellion against the Roman authorities in 263, the area of Alexandria was under seige, resulting in the starvation of both rebels and citizens who had nothing to do with the uprising. Anatolius met with the Romans and negotiated the release of non-combatant children, women, the sick, and the elderly, saving many, and earning him a reputation as a peacemaker. The rebels, freed of caring for the non-combatants, were able to fight even longer. However, when they lost, Anatolius found himself with enemies on each side of the conflict, and he decided to leave Alexandria.
Anatolius emigrated to Caesaria, Palestine. His reputation as a scholar and Christian had preceeded him, and he became assistant and advisor to the bishop. In 268, while en route to the Council of Antioch, he passed through Laodicea, Syria. Their bishop, Saint Eusebius of Laodicea, had just died, they saw Anatolius’ arrival as a gift from God, and insisted that he assume the bishopric. He accepted, and spent his remaining fifteen years there.</ref><ref>Eusebius, ''Historia Ecclesiastica'' 7.32.6.</ref><ref>[[Eunapius]], ''[ Lives of the Philosophers and Sophists]''</ref><ref>"The Ante-Nicene Christian Pasch: ''De ratione paschali'', the Paschal Tract of Anatolius, bishop of Laodicea" by Daniel P. Mc Carthy and Aidan Breen (2003) Dublin: Four Courts Press</ref>.
Tangu kale anaheshimiwa na [[Waorthodoksi wa Mashariki]] na [[Wakatoliki]] kama [[mtakatifu]].
[[Sikukuu]] yake huadhimishwa kila [[mwaka]] [[tarehe]] ya [[kifo]] chake<ref></ref>.
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