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- Evagrius Ponticus
(Gr****: Εὐάγριος ὁ Ποντικός, "Evagrius
of Pontus"; Georgian: ევაგრე ქართველი), also called Evagrius
(345–399 AD), was a...
- Evagrius Scholasticus
(Gr****: Εὐάγριος Σχολαστικός) was a Syrian scholar
and intellectual living
in the 6th century
AD, and an aide to the patriarch
to: People Evagrius
(fourth century), bishop
(circa 370-380) Evagrius
of Antioch, bishop...
- but the Orthodox Party constitute Evagrius
his Successor.". Hist. Eccl. IV. Eusebius. "15: The Emperor banishes Evagrius
and Eustathius. The Arians****cute...
- fathers, especially Evagrius
Ponticus, who identified seven
that one needed
to overcome. Evagrius
- Arians. So they elected Evagrius
to Sozomen, he didn't last long. According
to Theodoret, the consecration
in the work of Evagrius
Ponticus, a Christian mystic
in 4th century
Alexandria. Evagrius identified eight logismoi
- John of Ephesus
Scholasticus, who was a child
at the time and later became
- with God. This understanding
is taught within
Ponticus, and the most seminal ascetic works
read most widely
to the Christian concepts
of sin and redemption. Evagrius
Ponticus, also called Evagrius
(345-399 AD) was a highly educated
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