The 4th-century writer, Eunomius of Cyzicus, is virtually the only Arian theologian whose dogmatic works have survived to any significant degree. As an important representative of Arianism, he has provided unique insight into the world of Arius's followers, recognizing their continuation of his work and their criticism of it. The most complete edition of Eunomius's works yet published, this unique work contains both the actual text of, and the means of access to, all of Eunomius's surviving works and fragments. With new translations by the editor, this definitive collection offers a readable text that casts new light on the meaning and significance of Arianism.
'has achieved much in this book. ... Dr Vaggione's fine edition will perhaps help us to respect the good, reject the false, and make merry over the absurd in Eunomius. I much hope so.' Journal of Theological Studies `Dr Vaggione has done neo-Arian studies a great service. He has made available for the first time in an extremely elegant volume ... the text and translation of the "Apology" ... The whole is beautifully produced ... With so clear a text and translation Eunomian studies will be able to progress.' The Heythrop Journal
Series: Oxford Early Christian Texts
Number Of Pages: 214
Published: 2nd July 1987
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.75
Weight (kg): 0.37