Gregory of Nyssa (Early Church Fathers)
Gregory of Nyssa provides a concise and accessible introduction to the thought of this early church father with new translations of key selections of his writings. Anthony Meredith presents a diverse range of Gregory's writings:
- his contribution to the debates of the period about the nature of God in argument with a form of extreme Arianism
- his discussion of the nature and work of the Holy Ghost, against the so-called 'Spirit fighters'
- his defence of the humanity of Christ against those who denied it (notably Apollinarius)
- the nature of fate and other philosophical issues.
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