Basil of Caesarea on the Lord's Day

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In order, therefore, to lead our thoughts to a future life, he called that day 'one,’ which is an image of eternity, the beginning of days, the contemporary of light, the holy Lord's day, the day honoured by the Resurrection of the Lord. 'There was, then, evening and morning, one day,’ he said.

Basil of Caesarea, On the Hexaemeron (379), 2.8 in Saint Basil’s Exegetic Homilies, trans. Agnes Clare Way in The Fathers of the Church: A New Translation, Volume 46 (Washington DC, 1963), p. 35.
 
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