Nicea and its Legacy: A Review

The author, who teaches historical theology at Candler School of Theology and Emory University, seeks to provide a new narrative of the Trinitarian and Christological disputes of the fourth century AD. Ayres contends that simplistic east/west divisions are to be avoided and that even post-Nicean, pro-Nicean theologies are characterized, not by a monolithic orthodoxy, but by a certain amount of diversity.


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