Theodoret

Theodoret of Cyrus or Cyrrhus (; AD 393 –  458/466) was an influential theologian of the School of Antioch, biblical commentator, and Christian bishop of Cyrrhus (423–457). He played a pivotal role in several 5th-century Byzantine Church controversies that led to various ecumenical acts and schisms. He wrote against Cyril of Alexandria's ''12 Anathemas'' which were sent to Nestorius and did not personally condemn Nestorius until the Council of Chalcedon. His writings against Cyril were included in the Three Chapters Controversy and were condemned at the Second Council of Constantinople. Some Chalcedonian and East Syriac Christians regard him as a "full" saint. Although the Eastern Orthodox Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky repeatedly refers to him as "Blessed", there is no evidence in his work that this is the official position of any Eastern Orthodox jurisdiction. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Theodoret
Published 1720
typis academicis. Curâ Cornelii Crownfield, Celeberrimae Academiae Typographi. Impensis executorum Joannis Nicholson nuperi Bibliopolae: & prostant venales apud Robertum Knaplock & Danielem Midwinter, bibliopolas Londinenses

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by Theodoret
Published 1720
typis academicis. Curâ Cornelii Crownfield, Celeberrimae Academiae Typographi. Impensis executorum Joannis Nicholson nuperi Bibliopolae: & prostant venales apud Robertum Knaplock & Danielem Midwinter, bibliopolas Londinenses