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Gregory of Nazianzen

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  • Basil and Gregory of Nazianzen, in their enthusiastic admiration, make a collection of the most fascinating passages from the inexhaustible works of the one to whom they continually returned when their day- to- day struggles allowed them a moment of peace.

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  • He saw Arnauld Fénélon, that second Gregory of Nazianzen, and Bossuet himself.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • Gregory of Nyssa, Gregory of Nazianzen, and Basil the Great, formed a triumvirate of holy, eloquent, and erudite defenders of truth and justice; Ambrose was by his faith and piety illumining the See of Milan; the Christian Cicero, Chrysostom, was pouring forth at Constantinople streams of golden eloquence; Jerome, the hermit of Bethlehem, was giving his masterly expositions of Scripture.

    Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 3 of 8 A series of pen and pencil sketches of the lives of more than 200 of the most prominent personages in History

  • Basil, like his bosom friend, Gregory of Nazianzen, had to go forth from his hermitage into the world, and be a bishop, and fight the battles of the true faith.

    The Hermits

  • Fénélon, that second Gregory of Nazianzen, and Bossuet himself.

    The Paris Sketch Book

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