By Saint Gregory Palamas, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies
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Their basic contention is that there is no participation in the divine substance, but only in the divine energy. 27 which bears the title:6 Since distinction in God has a twofold reference, as the theologians have proved, whenever the whole is referred to one of these, it does not include the other. Further, beings that participate in God participate in the divine energy but not in the divine substance. 4 s 6 PS 2:69. See Meyendorff, Introduction, p. 361; P. K. Chrestou, PS 2:47-50. PS 3:373. 27 is thus not unlike the discussion in Union and in c.
76 Secondly, it is said that we shall see the archetype in the image and from our own selves the transcendent one (έν τη. " 78 The next two paragraphs develop this last statement in detail. The mind contains naturally the word which reveals it; the word possesses by nature the mind which begets it; and voice makes the word known, for it is a living and revelatory energy of the word. This constitutes an analogy for the Trinity, where in the Spirit the Son is known, in the Son the Father is known by nature and substance, and in the Father the Son is known by causal relationship and the Spirit by procession.
IV. The Dionysian Doctrine of Union and Distinction [85-95] Union, an earlier work of Palamas, is the principal source for chapters 85-95. The full title of the treatise provides a good description for the contents of these chapters:4 The different meanings of union and distinction in God: namely, that we have been taught that there is distinction in God, not only according to the hypostases, but also according to the common processions and energies; and that in each of the two senses of union and distinction our tradition understands God as uncreated, even if Barlaam and Akindynos should be displeased by this.
The one hundred and fifty chapters by Saint Gregory Palamas, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies