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In: Gregory of Nyssa: In Canticum Canticorum
In: Gregory of Nyssa: The Minor Treatises on Trinitarian Theology and Apollinarism
In: Gregory of Nyssa: Contra Eunomium III. An English Translation with Commentary and Supporting Studies
In: Gregory of Nyssa: Contra Eunomium III. An English Translation with Commentary and Supporting Studies
Proceedings of the 12th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa (Leuven, 14-17 September 2010)
Gregory of Nyssa's Contra Eunomium, one of the major books on trinitarian theology of the 4th century, documents the exchange between Eunomius and the Cappadocian Father in the last episode of the so-called "Arian Crisis". The present volume is devoted to the third and last book of Contra Eunomium. It offers a fresh English translation with a running commentary in the form of ten studies by first-rank specialists. Seventeen shorter papers enlighten various aspects of Contra Eunomium and other writings of the same author. The contributions will be of interest for scholars of historical and systematical theology, philosophy, spirituality, rhetoric and the history of the Early Church.
In: Gregory of Nyssa: Contra Eunomium III. An English Translation with Commentary and Supporting Studies
In: Gregory of Nyssa: Contra Eunomium III. An English Translation with Commentary and Supporting Studies
In: Gregory of Nyssa: Contra Eunomium III. An English Translation with Commentary and Supporting Studies
Proceedings of the 14th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa (Paris, 4-7 September 2018)
Gregory of Nyssa’s Homilies on the Our Father are the second explanation of this central prayer of Christian worship in Greek Antiquity. Composed at the end of the 4th century, these five homilies offer a spiritual and pastoral commentary of the Pater Noster. The present volume, edited by Matthieu Cassin (Paris), Hélène Grelier-Deneux (Paris) and Françoise Vinel (Strasbourg), offers introductory materials, a new English translation, the first edition of the 15th century Latin translation by Athanasios Chalkeopoulos, together with five studies that form a commentary for the different homilies, and nineteen shorter contributions on various aspects of the text. The contributors envisage the text according to exegesis and theology, but also to philosophy, rhetoric and history of Christian communities.