Invading Goths cause chaos throughout the Eastern half of the Roman empire and cost the life of an emperor. But in Theodosius, the Nicene Christians find a new protector and there are signs of hope for a resolution of the Trinitarian Controversy.
Fr. Seraphim’s Amazon Wish List for Christmas
Image of emperors Valentian, Valens, Gratian and Theodosius
Map of Roman Empire between 376-378 showing Tervingi, Gruethungi, Huns and location of Adrianople.
Theodosius’ Cunctos Populos ordering all Christians to follow faith of Damasus of Rome and Peter of Alexandria.
John Lascaratos & Spyros Marketos, “Didymus the Blind: An unknown precursor of Louis Braille and Helen Keller”, Documenta Opthalmologica, 86, 1994, pp. 203-208.
Zeev Rubin, “The Conversion of the Visigoths to Christianity”, Museum Helveticum, 38 (1081), pp. 34-54.
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#369 – A History of the Catholic Church – Valens Falls/Theodosius Rises