Didymus the Blind Quotes

Didymus the Blind (circa 313 – 398)

Didymus the Blind (circa 313 – 398), alternatively spelled Dedimus or Didymous, was a Christian theologian in the Church of Alexandria, where he taught for about half a century. He was a student of Origen, and after the Second Counsel in Constantinople condemned Origen, Didymus’ works were not copied. Many of his writings are lost, but some of his commentaries and essays survive.

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Quotes by Didymus the Blind…

Wisdom of a person makes the face shine, but not the face of the body, not a part of the flesh, but the face of the inner person. The face of the inner person is illuminated by wisdom. But wisdom, light, Logos, truth and the other conceptions are identical when applied to Christ.

Didymus the Blind (circa 313 – 398)