St Gregory of Nazianzus
Sister Nonna Verna Harrison, translator – 196 pp
In the Orthodox Church St Gregory of Nazianzus (ca. 329 – ca. 390) is known as the Theologian, a title he shares only with the Evangelist John. As one of the three Cappadocian fathers, together with his colleagues SS Basil the Great and Gregory of Nyssa, his reputation and influence in the Byzantine world as both theologian and rhetor are unsurpassed in ways that Western scholars have often overlooked.