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Division of Being in St Gregory of Nyssa’s Contra Eunomium

by Robert F. Fortuin The ultimate division of all that exists is made by the line between ‘created’ and ‘uncreated,’ the one being regarded as a cause of what has come into being, the other as coming into being thereby. … Continue reading

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Meditating on Moses: The Infinity of Virtue

In the early 390s St Gregory of Nyssa received a request for counsel on the virtuous life, or as Gregory phrases it: “You requested, dear friend, that we trace in outline for you what the perfect life is” (I.3). His … Continue reading

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