Union and distinction in the thought of St. Maximus the Confessor
This is a major study of the work of St Maximus the Confessor, covering all the important areas of his thought, from Trinitarian theology to cosmology and spirituality.
Oxford ; New York :
Oxford University Press,
|Series:||Oxford early Christian studies.
Oxford Scholarship Online
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Table of Contents:
- The principles
- Monad and Triad
- Knowing the Trinity
- Nature, difference, and number
- Activities and wills
- Universe, church, scripture
- The creation song
- 'Spiritual hierarchy'
- Transparent words
- Spiritual life and human 'architecture'
- The twofold commandment of love
- Confusion and fragmentation
- Distinction and unification.