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Re-thinking Gregory of Nyssa

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The thought of Gregory of Nyssa, the youngest of thefourth-cenrtury 'Cappadocian' Fathers, is currently at the centreof a number of important theological debates. This collection of specially commissioned essays calls the long-accepted interpretation of Gregory's trinitarianism into radical question. Gregory of Nyssa, the youngest of the fourth-century 'Cappadocian' Fathers, is currently at the centre of a number of important theological debates. Calls the long-accepted interpretation of Gregory's trinitarianism into radical question. Urges a reading of his 'pedagogy of desire' that will cause a major reconsideration of his methods of trinitarian exposition. Blackwell paperback in as new condition. No marks and good binding.

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Author(s):
Sarah Coakley
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
23 x 14 cm approx
Edition:
2004 reprint
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1405106379
ISBN-13:
9781405106375
Number of pages:
137
Publisher:
Blackwell

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The thought of Gregory of Nyssa, the youngest of thefourth-cenrtury 'Cappadocian' Fathers, is currently at the centreof a number of important theological debates. This collection of specially commissioned essays calls the long-accepted interpretation of Gregory's trinitarianism into radical question. Gregory of Nyssa, the youngest of the fourth-century 'Cappadocian' Fathers, is currently at the centre of a number of important theological debates. Calls the long-accepted interpretation of Gregory's trinitarianism into radical question. Urges a reading of his 'pedagogy of desire' that will cause a major reconsideration of his methods of trinitarian exposition. Blackwell paperback in as new condition. No marks and good binding.

Author(s):
Sarah Coakley
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
23 x 14 cm approx
Edition:
2004 reprint
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1405106379
ISBN-13:
9781405106375
Number of pages:
137
Publisher:
Blackwell

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