Live from Constantinople: Gregory of Nyssa: On the Deity of the Son: "THE whole city is full of it, the squares, the marketplaces...

...the crossroads, the alleyways; rag dealers, money-changers, food-sellers, they are all busy arguing. If you ask someone to give you change, he philosophizes about the Begotten and the Unbegotten; if you inquire about the price of a loaf, you are told by way of reply that the Father is greater and the Son inferior; if you ask, “Is my bath ready?” the attendant answers that the Son was made out of nothing... http://www.revue-conference.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=445:sur-la-divinite-du-fils-et-de-lespritet-sur-abraham&catid=3:etudesatraductions&Itemid=11

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