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A. "The Teaching of Saint Gregory" comprises many theologically theories as God and Creation, Christology, human Sin and salvation, eschatology and resurrection. Owing to the limited space, I shall only explore some vital elements that I believe are worthy enough to be discussed. First, Gregory depicts the God's features -- it begins with the religion of Trinity- God created the entire world and humanity, the Son saved humanity and the Spirit continued the entire world (259, 263, 362). There's no one before God and there's not any creator (259). God is incomprehensible and almighty (259, 366). God created two kinds of monsters: visible (the creatures in the world) and undetectable (angels, comprise the wicked "Follower supporting") (262, 278). Second, man was made in God's image--which gave man logical mind and independent will so that guy will be aware of God. (273), praise God (261) and live in a good life with God. (Enoch's life 294). Third, in Christology, Gregory highlights the incarnation of the Son isn't a surprising idea, not a ghost (402) however an eternal redemption program of God. All the prophecies was foreshadowing Christ (342) and concerning Christ (377). Gregory skims the life and teaching of Jesus but highlights much in Christ's death and resurrection. Jesus humbled Himself to the indignity of death (385, 587-595), arrived to bridge the split, to build up what was ruined (591). In Gregory's opinion, the cross of Christ is the anti-type of this tower of Babel. The tower stands for scattering, represents God's anger of individual's sin; the cross stands for gathering that Jesus redirects people back to God (584, 585). Together with the promise of God's spirit dwelling in the believers, Gregory further insists the Martyrs reside and intercede for guys (596-597) that.