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Title: Outlines of the Christology of St. Augustine : part 3
Authors: Drobner, Hubertus R.
Keywords: Jesus Christ -- Person and offices
Philosophy and religion
Augustine, of Hippo, Saint, 354-430
Religious education
Issue Date: 1990
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Drobner, H. R. (1990). Outlines of the Christology of St. Augustine : part 3. Melita Theologica, 41(1), 53-68.
Abstract: This article's ftrst two parts (which featured in Melita Theologica 40 [1989], nos. 1 and 2) solely regarded the works and theology of St. Augustine himself without taking into account other attempts to solve the problem of Christ's two natures, his unity of person and his relationship to th~ Father, though, of course, Augustine's christology cannot be understood without these other concepts, influences or else surroundings. The most important to be named are Tertullian, Isaak the Jew and Pseudo-Vigilius who arrive at the very same formula Augus- tine ftnds, too; Hilary of Poitiers, Jerome, Ambrose and Ambrosiaster as the theologians most closely linked to St. Augustine; and Theodore of Mopsuestia as a representative of the very same and most certainly independent develop- ment in the Greek church.
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