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A Reconsideration of the Development of Basil's Trinitarian Theology: the Dating of Ep. 9 and Contra Eunomium

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Basil of Caesarea's Trinitarian thought changed in the 360s, and the dates of his Trinitarian works, especially ep. 9 and Contra Eunomium determine the nature of the change. Most have dated these works such that Basil must be judged at least inconsistent if not duplicitous. The evidence recon- sidered, though, yields a date early in the 360s for both ep. 9 and Contra Eunomium. Since it cannot be determined which came first, Basil should be presumed consistent.


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