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Gregory of Nyssa : ancient and (post)modern

Author: Morwenna Ludlow
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : University Press, 2007.
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The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others. In this highly original study, Morwenna Ludlow analyses these recent readings of Gregory of Nyssa and asks: What do they reveal about modern and postmodern interpretations of the Christian past? What do they say about the  Read more...
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Ludlow, Morwenna.
Gregory of Nyssa.
Oxford ; New York : University Press, 2007
(DLC) 2007026040
(OCoLC)148726691
Named Person: Gregory, of Nyssa Saint
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Morwenna Ludlow
ISBN: 9780191535789 0191535788
OCLC Number: 191573489
Description: 1 online resource (x, 314 p.)
Contents: Introduction: The Elusive Gregory; PART I. THE DOCTRINE OF THE TRINITY; PART II. GOD BECAME HUMAN FOR OUR SALVATION; PART III. SEX, GENDER, AND EMBODIMENT; PART IV. THEOLOGY; Select Bibliography; Index;
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The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others. In this highly original study, Morwenna Ludlow analyses these recent readings of Gregory of Nyssa and asks: What do they reveal about modern and postmodern interpretations of the Christian past? What do they say about the nature of Gregory's writing? Working thematically through studies ofrecent Trinitarian theology, Christology, spirituality, feminism, and postmodern hermeneutics, Ludlow develops an.

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thorough and up-to-date...[a] very rich treatment of Gregory's theology. Anthony Meredith. The Journal of Theological Studies. an ambitious overview of a fascinating subfield in which patristics and Read more...

 
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