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Gregory of Nazianzus

by Brian Daley

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Brian E. Daley.
    SeriesThe early church fathers
    ContributionsGregory, of Nazianzus, Saint.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR65.G66 D35 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3408010M
    ISBN 100415121809, 0415121817
    LC Control Number2005023853

    Gregory of Nazianzus, his friend Basil the Great, and Basil's brother Gregory of Nyssa, are jointly known as the Cappadocian Fathers (Cappadocia is a region in what is now Central Turkey). Gregory lived in a turbulent time. In , Constantine, having won a battle that made him Emperor of the West, issued a decree that made it no longer a crime. Doctor of the Church, born at Arianzus, in Asia Minor, c. ; died at the same place, He was son — one of three children — of Gregory, Bishop of Nazianzus (), in the southwest of Cappadocia, and of Nonna, a daughter of Christian saint's father was originally a member of the heretical sect of the Hypsistarii, or Hypsistiani, and was converted to Catholicity .

      "This brilliant book is the first full-length study since the late s of Gregory of Nazianzus's contribution to the development of classical Christian theology. Gregory is sometimes written off by modern Western scholars as unoriginal and lacking in speculative substance, a skillful rhetorician but little : Oxford University Press. The Fathers Speak: the Great, y of Nazianzus, y of Nyssa by Basil the Great St, St Gregory Nazianzus, et al. | 1 Jan out of 5 stars 6.

    Gregory Of Nazianzus, Bradley K. Storin Adult content: No Language: English Has Image Descriptions: No Categories: History, Nonfiction, Religion and Spirituality Submitted By: Bookshare Staff Usage Restrictions: This is a copyrighted book. Gregory of Nazianzus, also known as Gregory the Theologian or Gregory Nazianzen (AD ), was a 4th-century Archbishop of Constantinople, and theologian. He is widely considered the most accomplished rhetorical stylist of the patristic age.


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This book brings together a new, original survey of the significance of Gregory's life and work with translations of eight beautiful and profound orations.

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Gregory of Nazianzus’s most popular book is On God and Christ, The Five Theological Ora. Excerpt from The Five Theological Orations of Gregory of Nazianzus Accordingly the date must be in one of the three years - It was at the end of or early in that Gregory entered Constantinople', and he quitted it during the General Council of /5(3).

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Saint Gregory of Nazianzus, also known as Gregory the Theologian, lived an illustrious life as an orator, poet, priest, and bishop.

Until his death, he wrote scores of letters to friends and colleagues, clergy members and philosophers, teachers of rhetoric and literature, and high-ranking officials at the provincial and imperial levels, many of which are preserved in his.

The Second was delivered in the Church of Arianzus, a village near Nazianzus, where he had inherited some property, to which he withdrew after resigning the Archbishopric of Constantinople, and then, finding the administration even of the little Bishopric of Nazianzus too much for his advancing years and declining strength, he retired to.

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"This translation makes available nineteen orations by the fourth-century Cappadocian father St. Gregory of Nazianzus. Most are appearing here in English for the first time. These homilies span all the phases of Gregory's ecclesiastical career, from his service as a parish priest assisting his father, the elder Gregory, in his hometown of Nazianzus in the early s, to his stormy tenure.

Renouncing the world yet leading the church: the monk-bishop in late antiquity by Andrea Sterk (); Re-reading Gregory of Nazianzus: essays on history, theology, and culture by Christopher A Beeley (); Les martyrs Maccabées: de l'histoire juive au culte chrétien: les homélies de Grégoire de Nazianze et de Jean Chrysostome by Raphaëlle Ziadé ().

Gregory of Nazianzus, Upper St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. likes. Church5/5(4). A lmighty God, you have revealed to your Church your eternal Being of glorious majesty and perfect love as one God in Trinity of Persons: Give us grace that, like your bishop Gregory of Nazianzus, we may continue steadfast in the confession of this faith, and constant in our worship of you, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit; for you live and reign.

Today is the Feast Day (in the Eastern tradition of the Church) for Gregory of Nazianzus, who died on this date in Gregory of Nazianzus (c. – 25 January ), also known as Gregory the Theologian or Gregory Nazianzen, was a 4th-century Archbishop of Constantinople, and is widely considered the most accomplished rhetorical stylist of the patristic age.

God and Man: Gregory’s Fourth Oration – 2nd Concerning the Son Gregory continues his exposition on the Son, in his fourth oration. Here, he establishes the dual nature of the Christ in the Incarnation and its scriptural foundation. Here again, Scripture presses us to say two things, that the Son having become man, is fully Human and fully God.

Theological Orations of Gregory of Nazianzus, ed. Arthur James Mason (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ); and besides the Greek text there established, it will be clear that I have been heavily indebted to Mason’s notes on the Size: KB.

Gregory of Nazianzus (Greek: Γρηγόριος ὁ Ναζιανζηνός Grēgorios ho Nazianzēnos; c. [1] – 25 January or [1]), also known as Gregory the Theologian or Gregory Nazianzen, was a 4th-century Archbishop of is widely considered the most accomplished rhetorical stylist of the patristic age.

[2]:xxi As a classically trained orator and philosopher. Book Description: Saint Gregory of Nazianzus, also known as Gregory the Theologian, lived an illustrious life as an orator, poet, priest, and bishop. Until his death, he wrote scores of letters to friends and colleagues, clergy members and philosophers, teachers of rhetoric and literature, and high-ranking officials at the provincial and.

An Accessible Introduction to Gregory of Nazianzus Brian Matz, a respected scholar of the history of Christianity, provides an accessible and erudite introduction to the thought of fourth-century church father Gregory of Nazianzus.

Matz explores Gregory's homilies, especially those that reveal Gregory's affirmation of the full deity of the Holy Spirit, and shows the importance of Pages: Book Description. This book brings together a new, original survey of the significance of Gregory's life and work with translations of eight beautiful and profound orations.

Gregory of Nazianzus portrays a vivid picture of a fascinating character of vital importance who deserves to be regarded as the first true Christian humanist. Gregory of Nazianzus has long been regarded as the premier teacher on the Holy Trinity in Eastern Christianity.

Yet, ironically, for over a century historians and theologians have neglected his work in favor of his fellow Cappadocians Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nyssa, while Gregory has long been overshadowed in the West by Augustine.

Remembering GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS BISHOP AND THEOLOGIAN (9 MAY ) from the #Episcopal calendar, commentary by James Kiefer: "There is a traditional list of eight great Doctors (Teachers. The past forty years have seen nothing short of a revolution in the study of St.

Gregory of Nazianzus. Long honored with the title “the Theologian,” conferred by the Council of Chalcedon inGregory is now widely recognized as the veritable architect of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, a source of great importance for the historiography of late antique and early medieval .God always was, and always is, and always will be.

Or rather, God always Is. For Was and Will be are fragments of our time, and of changeable nature, but He is Eternal Being. Gregory of Nazianzus Gregory of Nazianzus desired nothing more than a solitary monastic life steeped in contemplation.

Yet by responding to the needs of the church and the call of God, he came to be counted among the influential figures in Christianity, helping restore and establish Nicene Christianity in Constantinople.