Author(s): Michael Ovey
Hilary became Bishop of Poitiers around 350 A.D. and lived through a time of political upheaval and open persecution against the Church. His defense of the cause of Trinitarian orthodoxy saw him deposed and exiled to Phrygia. His chief doctrinal work, On the Trinity, appeared in 12 books, inspiring people--not only of his own town and congregation, but others as well--with his boldness and passion for the Gospel.
This book seeks to inform readers of the relevance of Hilary's teachings in today's world.