This book examines how Gregory of Nazianzus, a fourth-century Greek writer famed as 'the Theologian' in the Christian tradition, expressed the mystery of Christ in terms of his own life. It studies Gregory's three genres of writing (orations, poems, and letters) and shows how Gregory developed an 'autobiographical Christology'.Andrew Hofer. This non-retaliatory imitation of Christa#39;s patience also appears in an acrostic poem of iambic trimeter, the first letters of whose first fifteen lines spell aOf Gregory the Priest.a133 Gregory speaks of how evil men attacked him.
|Title||:||Christ in the Life and Teaching of Gregory of Nazianzus|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2013-08-29|