During the years between the Council of Nicaea (325) and the Council of Constantinople (381), imperial opposition to Nicene theology sent several of its supporters into exile. One of these supporters was Hilary, the Bishop of Poitiers. Begun during its author’s exile (356-360), Hilary’s De Trinitate provides a comprehensive discussion of the relationship between God the Father and God the Son: they are consubstantial, co-eternal, and fully equal. This work was a trailblazer in its day because, apart from Tertullian’s relatively brief remarks on the Trinity, it is the earliest study of Trinitarian doctrine in the Latin language.
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Patristics & Patrology
This book includes many of Tertullian’s major works including An Apology and On the Flesh of Christ. Complete list below. Enjoy this classic work! Apology On Idolatry, The Shows, The Chaplet, To Scapula, Ad Nationes, An Answer to the Jews, The Soul’s Testimony, On the Soul, The Prescription Against Heretics, Against Hermogenes, Against the Valentinians, [...]