“A beacon fire shining from afar”: Basil of Caesarea’s friendship with the Syrian Christian, Eusebius of Samosata

The Greek Christian author Basil of Caesarea (c.330–379) is usually remembered by church historians of late antiquity as an extremely important theologian, whose defense of the deity of the Holy Spirit in the final stages of the Arian controversy played a critical role in the formulation of the orthodox Christian teaching

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