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58. , fr. 12, p. 54; fr. 15, p. 56. seems also to have influenced Eusebius. Both Numenius and Eusebius stop short of raising the first principle above intellect as Plotinus did. 13 13 Enneads, ed. A. H. : Harvard University Press, 1984), I. 8. While there is an undeniable influence of Numenius on Eusebius, it is the contention of this study that we can best understand Eusebius’ motivations in his theology if he is understood, first and foremost, as a Christian thinker, rather than as a Platonic philosopher.

Drake, In Praise of Constantine: A Historical Study and New Translation of Eusebius’ Tricennial Orations (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1976). The Contra Marcellum and De Ecclesiastica Theologia were written during the struggle against Marcellus of Ancyra and can probably be dated around 336/7 (Marcellus was deposed at the Synod of Constantinople of 336). We shall discuss below the dating of the various letters written during the Arian controversy. com) © Copyright Oxford University Press, 2003-2007.

Joh. 20. In summary, it can be concluded that while Origen does clearly subordinate the Son to the Father, this does not imply a discontinuity of nature. To the contrary, by finding the source of the Son's divinity in the Father, Origen seeks to secure the continuity of the divine nature. While the Father is divine ‘in himself’, it is with the Father's divinity that the Son is divine. If the Son were not sourced in the Father, then they would be separable deities. Again, the twin concerns of Origen here are for the distinctness and inseparability of the Father and Son.

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