5 edition of St. Gregory of Nyssa and the tradition of the fathers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -217) and index.
|Other titles||Saint Gregory of Nyssa and the tradition of the fathers|
|Series||Texts and studies in religion ;, v. 63|
|LC Classifications||BR1720.G8 A94 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 222 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||222|
|ISBN 10||0773489932, 0889469768|
|LC Control Number||94045748|
* M. Azkoul, St. Gregory of Nyssa and the Tradition of the Fathers (); * 'Google' sites, including his Catholic Encyclopedia entry. Barry Baldwin is Emeritis Professor of Classics at the University of Calgary. From a treatise by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop (Patrologia Gra ) The Christian is another Christ. A Sketch of the Life of S. Gregory of Nyssa. In the roll of the Nicene Fathers there is no more honoured name than that of Gregory of Nyssa. Besides the praises of his great brother Basil and of his equally great friend Gregory Nazianzen, the sanctity of his life, his theoIogical learning, and his strenuous advocacy of the faith embodied in the.
St. Gregory of Nyssa, one of the great Cappadocian fathers and bishop of Nyssa is increasingly seen as one of the most brilliant and profound thinkers in the mystical tradition. In The Life of Moses Gregory retells the story of Moses's life taking from the biblical narrative found in Exodus and Numbers and then using these stories to create profound spiritual : An edict of Theodosius (30 July, ; Cod. Theod., LXVI, tit. I., L. 3) having appointed certain episcopal sees as centres of Catholic communion in the East, Helladius of Cæsarea, Gregory of Nyssa and Otreius of Melitene were chosen to fill them. At Constantinople Gregory gave evidence on two occasions of his talent as an orator; he delivered the discourse at the enthronization of St. Gregory.
m. azkoul, St. Gregory of Nyssa and the Tradition of the Fathers, Texts and Studies in Religion 63 (Lewiston ). d. f. stramara, "Gregory of Nyssa's Terminology for Trinitarian Perichoresis," Vigiliae Christianae 52 () – a. meredith, Gregory of Nyssa (New York ). j. The Church Fathers: Sola Scriptura or Catholic? Part Six: St. Gregory of Nyssa and can also be found [with fuller context] in Fathers of the Church, B Saint Gregory of Nyssa Ascetical Works, translated by following as we do the utterances of inspiration and the tradition of the Fathers, we deemed it necessary to discourse briefly Author: Mark Hausam.
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The compromise brought in its wake a revision of the traditional conception of God. Unlike St Gregory of Nyssa and the other Fathers whose thinking presupposed God in Trinity, the first principle of Augustine’s theology (as also Plotinus, Philo, Aquinas, etc.) was the “simple unity” or unicity of God.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Azkoul, Michael. Gregory of Nyssa and the tradition of the fathers. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, © Cardinal Newman, in an essay on the trials of St.
Basil, refers to the family circle which produced these two eminent Fathers as 'a sort of nursery of bishops and saints.' From St. Gregory's life of his sister, St.
Macrina, a work included in this volume, we learn of the fortitude of the three preceding generations/5(2). : St. Gregory of Nyssa and the Tradition of the Fathers (Texts & Studies in Religion) (): Azkoul, Michael: BooksAuthor: Michael Azkoul. Gregory of Nyssa on Scripture & Tradition I’m reading Gregory of Nyssa for my dissertation, and I found his view of Scripture and Tradition quite intriguing.
Admittedly, I’ve only read a couple of his short, dogmatic treatises so far, but I’ve been struck by how often he appeals to Scripture, rather than to Tradition. Gregory of Nyssa and the Tradition of the Fathers | Michael Azkoul | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. The best time for reading the Word of God is in the morning. Lives of Saints after the mid-day meal, and Holy Fathers before going to sleep.
Thus you can take up a little bit each day. During such occupations, you should continually keep in mind the main goal -- impressing the truth on yourself and awakening the spirit.
Theophan the Recluse. The Iconographic Structure of St-Gregory of Nyssa’s Life of Moses (This talk was given as the Climacus Conference, in Feb. Click here for audio and images) St-Gregory of Nyssa has given us a jewel, the book we are looking at today, the Life of Moses is a very precious thing.
nation of the Jews. The Greek philosophical tradition and, in particular, the mystagogical trends of Neo-Platonism were open to a syncretistic absorption of Oriental religions, but not to the absolute claims of the Mosaic or Christian faiths.
At the time when Gregory of Nyssa was writing his Life of Moses, others had already tried to build aFile Size: KB. Today (March 9) is the feast day of St.
Gregory of Nyssa (d. AD ), one of the subjects of my doctoral dissertation "Apokatastasis and Exegesis: A Comparative Analysis of the Use of Scripture in the Eschatological Universalism of Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Gregory of Nyssa" (later published in revised form as Every Knee Should Bow: Biblical Rationales for Universal Salvation.
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Gregory of Nyssa and the Tradition of the Fathers. by Michael Azkoul | Read Reviews. Hardcover. Current price is, Original price is $ You Price: $ Let’s do one of our own for St. Gregory of Nyssa: The Binding Authority of Tradition “Instead, the sheep stray from nourishing pastures, that is, from the traditions of the fathers, lodge.
Saint Gregory of Nyssa, Latin Gregorius Nyssenus, (born c. Caesarea, in Cappadocia, Asia Minor [now Kayseri, Turkey]—died c.
; feast day March 9), philosophical theologian and mystic, leader of the orthodox party in the 4th-century Christian controversies over the doctrine of the Trinity.
Primarily a scholar, he wrote many theological, mystical, and monastic works in which he. We do not preach only one coming of Christ, but a second as well, much more glorious than the first. The first coming was marked by patience; the second will bring the crown of a divine kingdom.
Gregory of Nyssa After the fall, the Fathers say, man’s knowledge and organs became ill, an illness that basically consists of ignorance of God. The beginning of the process whereby this illness is remedied starts when the grace of God appears to us and reveals “The Divine Way” to us.
We can choose to ignore this grace of God, or. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church. De Haro Street. San Francisco, CA #N#Street parking is available on weekends and evenings.
MUNI bus li 19, 22 and 55 stop within one block. We have events for everyone: classes and programs, dances and concerts, community group meetings, and more. Calendar of Events. Community Events. Gregory of Nyssa wrote two works during the s attacking the Christological teaching of Apolinarius of Laodicea and his followers.
These are the substantial treatise Refutation of the Views of Apolinarius (the Antirrheticus) and the short letter to the Bishop of Alexandria, To.
A most wonderful book. Gregory of Nyssa is one the best known Saints of the Holy Orthodox Church, and his "Life of Moses" is a must for all Orthodox Christians. The cover of the book is handicapped by a hideous picture, but the contents far overshadow the horrible cover, which is unfortunately standard for all publishings in this by: St.
Gregory of Nyssa birth date is unknown but most scholars believe he died around to AD. He came from a religious family where his brother St Basil the Great was the streamliner of the eastern liturgy still in used today in the Eastern Orthodox Pages: Fr.
Stephen Frase, Rector Fr. Matthew Moriak Fr. Daniel Rentel, Retired Fr. James Sizemore Fr. Deacon Paul Mitchell Fr. Deacon Joseph Shaluha. Saint Gregory of Nyssa, the brother of Saint Basil and the son of Saints Basil and Emmilia, was a married man when he began studying for the priesth Saint Gregory of Nyssa - Franciscan Media The son of two saints, Basil and Emmilia, young Gregory was raised by his older brother, St.
Basil the Great, and his sister, Macrina, in modern-day : Franciscan Media.OR THEOPHANIC THEOLOGY OF ST GREGORY OF NYSSA Philip Kariatlis Abstract: The upsurge of interest in the writings of St Gregory of Nyssa, the youngest of the so-called Cappadocian fathers in the twentieth century, occasioned a re-thinking of the saint’s vision of the mystical life, traditionally portrayed simply as an ascentFile Size: KB.Gregory of Nyssa was a Christian bishop and saint.
He was a younger brother of Basil the Great and a good friend of Gregory Nazianzus. His significance has long been recognized in the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox, and Roman Catholic branches of Christianity/5.