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The Holy Spirit in the Fathers of the Church

The Holy Spirit in the Fathers of the Church

Edited by D. Vincent Twomey SVD & Janet E. Rutherford

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The proceedings of the seventh international patristic conference, Maynooth


  • “Hiding behind the works”: The Holy Spirit in the trinitarian rhythm of human fulfilment in the theology of Irenaeus. Brendan Leahy (St Patrick’s College, Maynooth)
  • The Alexandrian Spirit: Clement and Origen in context. Janet E. Rutherford 
  • The Holy Spirit as the “Undiminished Giver”: Didymus the Blind’s De Spiritu Sancto and the development of Nicene pneumatology. Lewis Ayres (U Durham) 
  • Cyril of Jerusalem on the Holy Spirit.  Juliette Day (Blackfriars Hall, Oxford) 
  • St Augustine’s view of the place of the Holy Spirit in the formation of the Gospels. Thomas O’Loughlin (U Nottingham) 
  • The Holy Spirit, the Trinity and the Eucharist in St Fulgentius of Ruspe’s Ad Moninum, book 2. Finbarr G. Clancy SJ (Milltown Institute) 
  • The Holy Spirit in Isaac of Nineveh and East Syrian Mysticism. Serafim Seppälä (U Joensuu, Finland) 
  • The Holy Spirit in the ecclesiology of Photios of Constantinople. Andreas Andreopoulos (U Wales Lampeter) 
  • Three modern “fathers” on the filioque: good, bad, or indifferent? Gregory Collins OSB (Glenstal Abbey) 
  • The Holy Spirit and the Marian typology of St Ambrose at Vatican II.  Patrick Mullins OCarm (Milltown Institute)

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Author Edited by D. Vincent Twomey SVD & Janet E. Rutherford
Publisher Four Courts Press
Publication date 30 Nov 2010
Format Hardback
ISBN/EAN 9781846822551

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