Filioque: It’s History and Refutation

Is the filioque an addition or a clarification to the creed?
What does it mean that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and the Son?
How do we make sense of scripture and the Fathers in some cases speaking of a double procession?
Is this merely a semantical issue lead by problems in translation and why is this issue so important anyway?

All of these questions are answered in this stream in detail with academic and patristic sources and deep theological analysis of the western view of the Trinity in contrast to Orthodox view of the Trinity.

About the author

David Erhan (previously known as therealMedWhite) is an Orthodox convert from Turkey who mostly focuses on Christological disputes concerning the Monophysite crisis. He's also the creator of the "History of Christian Theology" series on YouTube where he explains the theology of the great Church Fathers such as the Cappadocians, Hilary, Ambrose, Cyril, Maximus, and John of
Damascus which help reveal the true Apostolic Christianity the world has

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