all the invisible allegories, writer and text

Steven Avery


These will be generally from Grantley and/or TNC

Clement of Alexandria x2
Greek - Origen
Greek - Disputation of Athanasius against Arius at the Council of Nicaea
Origen Ps 122:2 (LXX)
Tertullian (Adversus Praxean XXV. l),
Cyprian x 2 (De ecclesice catholicce unitate 6),
Potamius x 4 (Epistula ad Athanasium-, Epistula de substantia Patris et Filii et Spiritus sancti),
Marius Victorinus (8 or so)
Phoebadius of Agen (Contra Arianos 27),
Victricius of Rouen
Jerome - (RGA) - Homily 69 on Psalm 92 (91)
Johannes Maxentius (Responsio contra Acephalos 5).

,Zacharias Rhetor,
Caspari (Fidei Chatolice)
Eterius and Beatus

most wacky
ps.-Eusebius Vercellensis (De Trinitate I, II, VII),
Isidore of Seville

Augustine (Contra Maximinum II) and
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Steven Avery

Marius Victorinus - go through 8 or so leads

New Isidore of Seville

Bouhier commentary Athanasian Creed

Epistola Seu Libellus

Ruel Constantinople

Simon - Greek manuscripts that he says show allegory at work, run threw notes

Maxentius - second one is doubtul --- not

Wolfram Kinzig Counclf o f Braga


Victricius of Rouen is improved

Phoebadius improved - Snapp-Wessel translation

1 John 2;23b
Rogues Gallery
Invisible Allegory

Contra Varimadum improved - Cornwall and Calamy
Take Christopher Wordsworth out of authorship issue

Marco on Potamius - Martina and Moreira also possible

Tim Dunkin Cyprian experts plus more

Abraham Calovius

few posts on contra interpretation problems

Hesychius of Jerusalem (claimed as allegorical by TNC)


Potamius in Liber Glossarum

Duplicate Bibliography on Thierry

New Hit: Father, almighty, Word and Spirit, one nature in three hypostasis, supersubstantial, more than divine: we have been in you baptized, and we believers bless you for ever. (John Damascene, "Easter-Tide" in Young & Hopkins, Great Hymns of the Church, 1887, p. 199; Translated by J.M. Neale.) Πάτερ παντοκράτορα, και Λόγε και Πνεύμα, τρία πρόσωπα ενωμένα σε μια αληθινή φύση, υπερούσιε και υπέρθεε, στο όνομά Σου έχουμε βαπτιστεί και Εσένα δοξολογούμε αιώνια. (John Damascene, "Ο ΑΝΑΣΤΑΣΙΜΟΣ ΚΑΝΩΝ ΤΟΥ ΙΩΑΝΝΟΥ ΤΟΥ ΔΑΜΑΣΚΗΝΟΥ" in Young & Hopkins, Great Hymns of the Church, 1887.) • Young, J. Freeman, and John H. Hopkins. Great Hymns of the Church. New York: J. Pott & Co, 1887. <>. <>

576 Venantius Fortunatus. Expositio fidei: «sol, candor et calor, et tria sunt uocabula, et tria unum. Quod candet, hoc calet;
et quod calet, hoc candet: tria haec uocabula, res una cognoscitur. Ita Pater et Filius et Spiritus sanctus, tres personae in
deitate unum sunt, et indiuidua unitas recte creditur»

Worth study
Et haec tria unum, et vere unum; et hoc unum tres, sed non tres Patres,.


Kapitel 5: Das Trinitatsproblem
From the book: Gott und die Welt
Hans-Werner Goetz 2012

...individuae trinitatis l,3f., Sp. 16.769 Ebd. 1,11, Sp. 20 AB: Sed haec tria vere etiam tria sunt, ineffabiliterque tria, et essentialiter tria, habentia proprietates suas Et haec tria unum, et vere unum; et hoc unum tres, sed non tres Patres, nec tres Filii, nec tres Spiritus sancti; sed tres personae, unus Pater, unus Filius, unus
Spiritus sanctus Berndt S. 88:
sed tres personae, quia tria in hoc uno, et hoc unum totum; et haec tria tres personae unus Deus, et hec tria hoc unum. 817
Ebd. 1,3,27, ed. Migne Sp. 230 A; ed....
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