St. Gregory of Nazianzus: An Intellectual Biography

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St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2001 - 433 pages
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Saint Gregory of Nazianzus stands as the founding father of the Byzantine religious synthesis, and his own conception of the vision of God as light made him an important figure for Byzantine spiritual writers. This study is a critical analysis of the man, his writings and inner life in the English language. It offers an insight into the mind of one of the greatest protagonists of Nicene theology and opens a window onto the world of late antiquity and the place of the Christian Church in it.
 

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Then Came Athens and Letters
35
Politics and Priesthood in Cappadocia
85
Bishop of Sasima
169
An Invitation to Byzantium
229
Archbishop of Constantinople
311
The Twilight of a Poet
371
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John Anthony McGuckin is Anne Marie and Bent Emil Nielsen Professor in Late Antique and Byzantine Christian History at Union Theological Seminary in New York City and Professor of Byzantine Christian Studies at Columbia University. A Priest of the Orthodox Church, he was formerly Reader in Patristic and Byzantine Theology at the University of Leeds, England. He is the author of numerous books of historical theology and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain.

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