To Serapion on the Holy Spirit is a letter written from St. Athanasius of Alexandria. This is a classic patristic work which gives great insights into early Trinitarian theology. Enjoy!
To Serapion on the Holy Spirit
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Patristics & Patrology
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Patristics & Patrology
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