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Gregory Of Nyssa (Ca. 335-Ca. 394) - Coptic Wiki

OF NYSSA (ca. 335-ca. 394)

A Saint, theologian, and bishop. is commemorated in the Coptic calendar on the 17th of Babeh. He was the younger brother of Basil the Great.
He was first an orator. However, under the influence of his friend of Nazianzus, he withdrew from the world. His brother consecrated him a Bishop of in 371. was accused of mismanaging his and was deposed, but the Synod of Antioch entrusted him to visit the of Pontus.

The Coptic version of his works is relatively poor compared with his corpus in other languages, mainly Greek. His homily on the Thaumaturgus survived in two versions— and Sahidic. There exist also fragments on his homilies on the Book of the Song of the Songs and a homily on the Holy Spirit.