Hilary of Poitiers


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Hilary of Poitiers

(ˈhɪlərɪ)
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(Biography) Saint. ?315–?367 ad, French bishop, an opponent of Arianism. Feast day: Jan 13 or 14
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on the other hand, convincingly shows that Augustine's early understanding of the Trinity was much more indebted to his pro-Nicene predecessors, such as Hilary of Poitiers, Victorinus, and Ambrose of Milan than has been previously generally acknowledged, and that Augustine's reading of these and other pro-Nicene authors nourished his growing understanding of the trinitarian mystery.
These Arians and Arian sympathizers brought their influence to bear in driving from their sees orthodox bishops like St Hilary of Poitiers (c.
Among them, the intertwined stories of Hilary of Poitiers and Martin of Tours illustrate the value of spiritual mentorship.
Hilary of Poitiers and Basil of Ancyra were unlikely companions.
One of the earliest known Christmas songs is one from the fourth century, Jesus Refulsit Omnium, composed by Saint Hilary of Poitiers.
Hilary of Poitiers school, whose Peace Program includes conflict resolution training, anti-bullying signs, a school "peace garden" and other peace-building activities.
These sections are brief explorations into the complex themes running throughout the DT and Matthews repeatedly highlights the originality of Augustine's thinking here, careful to show how he goes well beyond former non-Christian philosophers when speaking about God as well as beyond other theologians who set out to elucidate the Trinity (for example, Hilary of Poitiers and Marius Victorinus).
I begin by surveying the history of the father-son analogy in Latin Pro-Nicene thought, looking first at Phoebadius of Agen, who represents a traditional Latin response to the Homoians, then turning to Hilary of Poitiers, who first accepts the "name" motif and then gradually abandons it, and ending with Ambrose of Milan, who represents the transition between Hilary and Augustine.
Development of the pioneering Western hymns of Hilary of Poitiers earned him the sobriquet Father of Liturgical Hymnody.
Genesius of Arles, for instance, is the patron saints of lawyers along with the great Hilary of Poitiers.