Nicephorus Blemmida

(c.1198-1272) Orthodox Greek writer, born Constantinople. Ordained at Nicaea about 1223, he subsequently entered a monastery which he had founded at Ephesus. One of the most brilliant men of his day, he is particularly noted as having recognized that the Latin Church was correct in its doctrine concerning the procession of the Holy Ghost.

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