[German Version] (c. 320–393, bishop of Elvira, near Granada, Spain) was known as a strict anti-Arian (Arius) and had connections with Lucifer of Cagliari. Eusebius of Vercelli sent a letter to him. Nothing is known of his life (cf. Jer.
Vir.ill. 105). Gregory's works are almost all transmitted under other names. Apart from
De fide, they are allegorical interpretations of OT texts, except for
Tractate 12 on Acts 1–2. Gregory utilized Tertullian, Novatian, Hilary of Poitiers, Hippolytus and Origen as cited by Victorinus of Pettau. The ancient version employed by …