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Ambrose of Milan and the End of the Arian-Nicene Conflicts$

Daniel H. Williams

Print publication date: 1995

Print ISBN-13: 9780198264644

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198264644.001.0001

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(p.243) Appendix IV Credal Documents of Latin Homoianism

(p.243) Appendix IV Credal Documents of Latin Homoianism

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Ambrose of Milan and the End of the Arian-Nicene Conflicts
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The following is a list of the major credal documents which are Homoian or produced by authors who were at one time Homoian.

  1. 1. The Sirmium Manifesto of 357 (Hilary, De synodis, II (PL x. 487–9); Athanasius, De synodis, 28 (PG xxvi. 740 D–741D; 744A); Socrates, HE II. 30 (PG lxvii. 285 B–289A)).

  2. 2. The Dated Creed from Sirmium, 359 (Athanasius, De synodis, 8 (PG xxvi. 692 B–693C); Socrates, HE II. 37 (PG lxvii. 305 A–308A)).

  3. 3. Niké creed brought back to Ariminum (Theodoret, HE II. 21. 3–7 (GCS xliv. 145–6)). See synodical letter from the second session of Ariminum, 359 (Hilary, CAP DA VI (CSEL lxv. 87–8)).

  4. 4. Acacian creed from Seleucia, 359 (Athanasius, De synodis, 29 (PG xxvi. 744 B–745C, partial); Socrates, HE II. 40 (PG lxvii. 340 AB)).

  5. 5. Constantinopolitan creed, 360 (Athanasius, De synodis, 30 (PG xxvi. 745 C–748C); Socrates, HE II. 41 (PG lxvii. 348 B–349B)).

  6. 6. Auxentius’ statement of faith, 364 (Hilary, Contra Auxentium, 13–15 (PL x. 617–18)).

  7. 7. Germinius’ confession of faith, 366 (Hilary, CAP A III (CSEL lxv. 47–8)), and an expanded explanation of his confession to Rufianus, Palladius, et al. (Hilary, CAP B VI (CSEL lxv. 160–3)).

  8. 8. Ulfila’s creed, c.383 (Scholia, 308 r. 63 (Gryson, Scolies, 250)); cf. further elaboration of Ulfila’s beliefs by Auxentius (Scholia, 304 v–305r. 42–6 (Gryson, Scolies, 236–8)).

  9. 9. ‘Adversus Orthodoxos et Macedonianos’, frag. 2 (Fragmenta theologica ariana (CCSL lxxxvii), 231–2).

  10. 10. ‘Instructio verae fidei’, frag. 14 (Fragmenta theologica ariana (CCSL lxxxvii), 250; frag. 22 (ibid. 263–4); cf. frag. 17 (ibid. 254–6) for detailed explanation of the relation between Father and Son.

Documents (9) and (10) are preserved in the Bobbio palimpsests. Both are dated by Gryson to sometime after 380, and have different authors (CCSL lxxxvii, p. xxv).