Nicene orthodoxy and Western Christianities Defence and construction

Upon Theodosius' death on 17 January 395, the empire was again divided among the emperor's sons, who either were minors or otherwise powerless.

19 See M. Meslin, Les ariens d'Occident.

20 See Hilary's Contra Auxentium (PL 10: 609-18).

21 See D. H. Williams, Ambrose of Milan; C. Markschies, Ambrosius vonMailand; Y.-M. Duval, L'extirpation de I'arianisme.

22 Whereas Western Nicene theology spoke of one substance (una substantia) and three persons (personae), Eastern Nicene theology taught one being (ousia) and three hypostases. The terminological difference remained unresolved. See A. de Halleux, '"Hypostase" et "personne"'.

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