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This bibliography section of the book Trinity and Man: Gregory of Nyssa's Ad Ablabium contains cited works and abbreviations, dictionaries, concordances and other sources, monographs, and articles. The works are listed in alphabetical order of titles, which correspond to the alphabetical order of the abbreviations. The book provides some essential observations on the concept of apokatastasis. Some interpreters, who tend to privilege synchronic analysis over diachronic analysis, have seen in this movement toward the unity of nature a necessary and almost automatic process. Certainly Gregory hoped in the salvation not only of each individual man, but also of all of creation, for which one can see a profound and sincere love in his writings.

Keywords: Gregory; Nyssa's Ad Ablabium



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