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The Augustinian Confusion: A sufficient safeguard from Arianism? Not at all.

Filioque You Say?

Energetic Procession

Excerpt from God, History, and Dialectic by Most Rev. Photius (Joseph P.) Farrell, S.S.B., D.Phil.(Oxon.): 

When St. Augustine wrote his De Trinitate, he may have done so partially in an effort to combat Arianism.  filioqueis filioquefact defined personalcause caused.

But it is exactly this course which Augustine pursues:

“As the Father hath life in Himself, so hath He given to the Son to have life in Himself.”(De Trinitate, 7:3:5)

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