The Spirit of God: The Exegesis of 1 and 2 Corinthians in the Pneumatomachian Controversy of the Fourth Century

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BRILL, 31 dec. 1993 - 253 pagini
"The Spirit of God" examines the use of 1 and 2 Corinthians by two fourth-century Greek Christian authors, Athanasius and Basil of Caesarea, especially as it relates to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit. The controversy over the nature and status of the Spirit during the latter half of the fourth century is detailed in order to place in context the examination of the way in which the theological concerns of Athanasius and Basil shaped their pneumatological interpretation of the Corinthian correspondence. This examination will be of value to patristic scholars interested in the way that Scripture was employed in the fourth century to hammer out doctrine.
 

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Introduction
1
The Pneumatology of Dionysius of Alexandria
50
The Date of Basils Hom 24
56
Basil of Caesarea
104
Conclusion
170
The Date of the Delivery of Gregory of Nazianzus
205
Select Bibliography
231
Indices
245
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Michael A.G. Haykin, Th.D. (1982) in Church History, Toronto School of Theology, is Professor of Church History at Heritage Baptist College and Theological Seminary, London, Ontario. He has published a number of articles on the pneumatology of Athanasius and Basil of Caesarea.

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