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St. Gregory Nazianzen on Arius and the little flock
St. Gregory Nazianzen, Carmen De Vita Sua, AD 382: “… Alexandria, that vain city, filled with every wickedness, irrational in its recklessness, sent forth Arius, that abomination of the desert. He was the first to say: ‘The Trinity should not be worshipped’, imposing different degrees of honor on the one nature… although this city was in a most wretched state… there were a few souls perfect in the word of faith, just a small congregation, it is true, but larger in God’s eyes (for He counts not the number but the hearts)...” (Gregory Nazianzus, Autobiographical Poems, edited and translated by C. White, Cambridge, 1996, pp. 53-55)
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