INDEX

a
Abraham 89 , 118 , 120 , 123 , 135-6 , 150 , 166 , 205 , 210
Acacian schism 11 , 12
Acacius, Patriarch 11
Acephaloi11 , 29
Achar 104
Adam 126-7
Agony in the Garden 58 , 61 , 180 , 186-8 , 194
akathist hymn 8
Alexius I, Emperor 81
Alexandrine Christology 9-12
Anastasius, Maximus' disciple 5 , 199
Anastasius of Sinai 12
Andia, Y.de 53-4 , 201 , 202
Anna (Hannah) 107
Anna Comnena 81
Antiochene Christology 8-9
apatheia24 , 36-7 , 40-2 , 121
Apollinarianism 58-7 , 172 , 190 , 195 , 215 , 217 , 218
apophatic theology 32 , 52-6 , 96 , 109 , 125 , 128 , 131-3 , 150 , 163-5 , 213
Arianism 28 , 196 , 217 , 219
Aristotle 13 , 60 , 208 , 209 , 210
Armenians 12 , 13
ascetic struggle 35 , 44 , 51-2 , 68 , 69 , 97-8 , 120 , 122 , 129-30
Assor 105
Athanasius of Alexandria 9 , 27 , 29 , 58 , 64 , 74 , 94 , 180 , 187 , 202 , 203 , 217
Athanasius the Camel-Driver 13
Augustine 202-3 , 210
Avars 3 , 5 , 7

b
Balas, D.L. 204
Baldick, C. 200
Balthasar, H.U.von 19 , 200 , 203
baptism 30 , 35
Basil of Caesarea 26 , 27
becoming-movement-rest 67
being-potentiality-activity 30 , 142
being-well being-eternal being 30 , 102
Bellini, E. 214
Berthold, G.C. 199 , 201 , 203
Blowers, P. 200
Brightman, F.E. 204 , 216
Brock, S. 6 , 199

c
Caesarius, brother of Gregory
Nazianzus 168
cataphatic theology see apophatic
theology
Chadwick, H. 200
Chasbi 152 , 212
Chalcedon, Council of 10-11 , 12 , 14 , 17 , 56 , 215 , 218
Chalcedonian Definition 10 , 49-50 , 55 , 215 , 216 , 218
'Chalcedonian logic' 27 , 49-51 , 57 , 49 , 214
Chosroes II 7 , 12 , 13
Christology 8-16 , 48-62 ;
see also Monenergism, Monophysitism, Monothelitism
Clampitt, A. 73 , 204

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Life and Times 3
  • 2 - The Sources of Maximus' Theology 19
  • 3 - Maximus' Spiritual Theology 33
  • 4 - The Doctrine of the Person of Christ 48
  • 5 - Cosmic Theology 63
  • Texts 79
  • General Introduction to the Texts 81
  • Letter 2: on Love 84
  • Difficulty 10 94
  • Difficulty 41 155
  • Difficulty 71 163
  • Difficulty 1 169
  • Difficulty 5 171
  • Opuscule 7 180
  • Opuscule 3 192
  • Notes 199
  • Bibliography 220
  • Index 226
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