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"For God the Father is One, from Whom are all things; and our Lord Jesus Christ the Only-begotten, through Whom are all things, is One; and the Spirit, God's Gift to us, Who pervades all things, is also One."
On the Trinity is written by Hilary of Poitiers, one of the few students we know to have been under the teaching of Augustine. Hilary of Poitiers lived in the unique period in history when the Church was under the throes of Arianism: the teaching that Christ was simply the first in the series of created things. As such, this exhaustive compendium on The Trinity was also meant to dialogue and engage with the proponents of Arianism.
This electronic edition features an active table of contents.
On the Trinity is part of The Fig Classic Series on Early Church Theology. To view more books in our catalog, visit us at fig-books.com.