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Gregory of Nyssa

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St. Gregory of Nyssa (c. 332 - after 385 ), often referred to as Nyssen, was one of the three representatives of the Cappadocian theological school, the other two being Basil of Caesarea, ‘the Great’ (his older brother), and Gregory Nazianzus (his friend).
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Oxford, Continuing Education
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The Early Christian World
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2017-07-05
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pubs:646093
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