Divine Causality and the Monarchy of God the Father in Gregory of Nazianzus

@article{Beeley2007DivineCA,
  title={Divine Causality and the Monarchy of God the Father in Gregory of Nazianzus},
  author={Christopher A. Beeley},
  journal={Harvard Theological Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={100},
  pages={199 - 214}
}
Gregory Nazianzen's doctrine of the Trinity has had a most unusual reception in modern times. Since the Council of Chalcedon in 451 Gregory has been honored with the title “the Theologian” for his definitive teaching on the Trinity in the late-fourth century. His influence was then strongly felt in the christological developments that continued through the eighth century, and his stature in Greek Christian tradition is comparable only to that of Augustine in the West, although his influence is… 
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