“Glory be to the Father and the Son and the .” According to the historian Philostorgius, around 350 the Nicene opponents of Leontius of Antioch the doxology “Glory be to and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit,” emphasizing that both the Son and the Holy Spirit were with the Father.

This was in contrast to the traditional version, “Glory be to through the Son and in the Holy Spirit,” which seemed to imply a of the latter two to the Father.