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Nicaea and its legacy : an approach to fourth-century trinitarian theology / Lewis Ayres.

By: Ayres, Lewis.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2006Description: xiv, 475 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0198755058 (pbk.); 9780198755050 (pbk.).Subject(s): Trinity -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600 | Jesus Christ -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600 | Council of Nicaea (1st : 325) | Trinity
Contents:
Points of departure -- Theological trajectories in the early fourth century I -- Theological trajectories in the early fourth century II -- Confusion and controversy: AD 325-340 -- The creation of 'Arianism': AD 340-350 -- Shaping the alternatives: AD 350-360 -- The beginnings of rapprochement -- Basil of Caesarea and the development of Pro-Nicene theology -- The East from Valens to Theodosius -- Victory and the struggle for definition -- On the contours of mystery -- 'The first and brightest light' -- 'Walk towards Him shining' -- 'On not three Gods': Gregory of Nyssa's Trinitarian theology -- The grammar of Augustine's Trinitarian theology -- In spite of Hegel, fire and sword -- Epilogue: on teaching the fourth century.
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Originally published: 2004.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [436]-464) and index.

Points of departure -- Theological trajectories in the early fourth century I -- Theological trajectories in the early fourth century II -- Confusion and controversy: AD 325-340 -- The creation of 'Arianism': AD 340-350 -- Shaping the alternatives: AD 350-360 -- The beginnings of rapprochement -- Basil of Caesarea and the development of Pro-Nicene theology -- The East from Valens to Theodosius -- Victory and the struggle for definition -- On the contours of mystery -- 'The first and brightest light' -- 'Walk towards Him shining' -- 'On not three Gods': Gregory of Nyssa's Trinitarian theology -- The grammar of Augustine's Trinitarian theology -- In spite of Hegel, fire and sword -- Epilogue: on teaching the fourth century.

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