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Not a lot is known about Athenagoras except what is found in his writings and quoted by later writers. It is estimated that he was born around 133AD and died around 190AD. His writings are dated to around 176AD. Oddly he is not recorded in the writings of Eusebius but none the less is noted by other church historians. From his writings we can determine what it is he understood from the Apostles teachings; and his writings are extensive. His known writings mainly focus on why Christianity is superior to pagan religions and a very lengthy argument for bodily resurrection. His writings also contain a very detailed explanation of The Trinity before the term 'the trinity' was applied.