Much is known about Basil of Caesarea (329–379) – a Greek Bishop in what is now Turkey. A thoughtful theologian, he was instrumental in the formation of the Nicene Creed and fought a growing heresy, Arianism, which had found converts even in those in high positions of state. In the face of such a threat he showed courage, wisdom and complete confidence in God – without which, the Church would not be what it is today.
- 174 pages
- Nov 2020