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Ep. ) Hence, the devil cannot ﬁll the bill. Ptolemy has not explicitly identiﬁed the äÅìØïıæªü& with the óøôÞæ. Yet, the argument of the Letter demands that the two be identiﬁed. 28 Cf. ep. 7. 29 Ep. 1, 3. 30 Simplicity and the Problem of Contradiction of the Law, where fulﬁlled means conﬁrmed. Ptolemy infers from passages like Matthew 19:8 that some of the Law was written by Moses on account of the Israelites’ hardness of heart. This second part of the Law corresponds to the lex talionis, and includes all commands that oppose injustice by further injustice.
But part of what I want to claim is that Gregory of Nyssa’s theology is best read ﬁrst of all as a defence of Basil. The same cannot be said with as great a speciﬁcity of Gregory Nazianzen: though he opposed Eunomius, he did not write a Contra Eunomium to defend Basil. 27 I begin in Chapter 5 with what we might call Basil’s negative doctrine of simplicity: that is, his doctrine of what simplicity does not imply. Signiﬁcantly, it does not imply that language used of God is predicated of the divine essence.
1. Ed. and trans. 9; Evans, 24–5; cf. ibid. 2 and Rene´ Braun, Deus Christianorum, 46–51. As Braun argues, these terms are synonyms that express the aseity of God. 16 This places Ptolemy close to the reported teaching of Prepon, a Syriac disciple of Marcion, who distinguished an intermediate principle as a third between the good and evil principles. The views of Prepon are reported by Hippolytus at Ref. 31; cf. Ref. e. ’, 142–3. 17 Christoph Markschies, ‘New Research on Ptolemaeus Gnosticus’, ZAC 4 (2000): 225–54; cf.