Embodiment and virtue in Gregory of Nyssa an anagogical approach

Embodiment in the theology of Gregory of Nyssa is a much-debated topic. Hans Boersma argues that this-worldly realities of time and space, which include embodiment, are not the focus of Gregory's theology. Instead, Boersma suggests, the key to Gregory's theology is anagogy-going upward in...

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Main Author: Boersma, Hans
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2013, 2013
Series:Oxford early Christian studies / Oxford early Christian studies
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Summary:Embodiment in the theology of Gregory of Nyssa is a much-debated topic. Hans Boersma argues that this-worldly realities of time and space, which include embodiment, are not the focus of Gregory's theology. Instead, Boersma suggests, the key to Gregory's theology is anagogy-going upward in order to participate in the life of God
Physical Description:1 online resource
ISBN:9780191751066