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227. Not everything that has the same word for its being will similarly fit the application of the word in a particular instance (hypostlJsis). Peter, James and John were the same as each other in the word for their being, since each of them is a man, but in the characteristics of each particular instance (hypostasis) they were not the same as each other. 228. If therefore he was arguing that one should not mix up the individual entities (hypostlJses)and apply the three titles to one person, his argument would according to the Apostle's testimony be faithful and worthy of all acceptation (1 Tim 1,15), But since that is not his object, nor is he saying this in order to distinguish the hypostases from each other by their individuating notes, but is arguing that the substantive being itself is alien to the other, or ra ther to itself, and for this reason he names several beings, on the ground that each has alienation from the others as an individuating mark; - that is why I say that his argumen t is unprincipled and headless, deducing the blasphemy by logical steps from no agreed premiss.

315. Thus in both respects the pious and proper view of him appeared, when Paul in referring to creation kept silent about the nature of the Spirit, and when the Lord in referring to the lifegiving power associated the Holy Spirit with the Father and himself. So our account, guided by holy Scripture, sets both the Onlybegotten and the Holy Spirit above the creation, and in accordance with the Saviour'S saying it suggests that we should by faith consider them as in the blessed and lifegiving and uncreated nature.

216. It is in order to demonstrate the diminished and in natural rank inferior status of the Son and the Spirit that he says that one originates from the other; and, so that those who learn from the way things originate from each other may never reach the thought of their intimate connexion as a result of such a manner of coming to be, he resists the principle of nature, both saying that one originates from another and asserting that the one begotten is illegitimate as far as concerns the nature of the one who begot him.

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