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Athanasius was faced with Arius' reluctance to name God as the Father, eternally generating the Son, because Arius saw there the affirmation of two ingenerate realities.
This emphasis is found repeatedly in Maximinus' Commentary on the Acts of Aquileia, as when Maximinus remarks approvingly on Palladius' claim that God the Father is the only ingenerate and interprets Arius' confession of one true God, alone ingenerate, alone eternal as meaning that God is ingenerately eternal, ingenerately good, ingenerately immortal, and ingeneratety, invisible.