A first! Here are complete translations of three vital works: Hugh's study of how God's power, wisdom, and goodness can be known by the things he has made; Hugh's lecture notes on how primordial causes serve God in creation; Richard's astonishing analysis of the Trinity in terms of love; plus two of Adam's poems. 428 pages, softcover. New City.
The Trinity and Creation are central themes in the theology of the Augustinian Canons of the Abbey of St. Victor during the twelfth century, when it flourished. In this volume, for the first time three of the most important Victorine theological works are introduced in complete English translations: On the Three Days, by Hugh of St. Victor; Hugh's Sentences on Divinity; On the Trinity, by Richard of St. Victor. This volume also includes two of Adam of St. Victor's sequences in praise of the Trinity.