(Greek: Φιλοστοργιος; 368 - ca. 439) was a so-called Anomoean
Church historian of the 4th and 5th centuries. (Anomoeanism questioned the Trinitarian
account of the relationship between God the Father
and was considered a heresy
by trinitarian Christians.) Very little information about his life is available; he was born in Borissus, Cappadocia
to Eulampia and Carterius, and later lived in Constantinople
He wrote a history of the Arian controversy titled History of the Church, of which only an epitome by Photius survives, as well as a treatise against Porphyry, which is lost.
- Philostorgius Church History, editor and translator Philip R. Amidon, S.J. (Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature, 2007).
- Филосторгий. Сокращение „Церковной истории”. – В: Церковные историки ІV-V веков. М, 2007 (Класики античности и средневековья).