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Apolytrosis — the Marcosian death ritual. The Marcosian formula of Apolytrosis — Its content. Secrecy, bishops and marcosian ritual. Identity and Apolytrosis.
This article uncovers four punctual allusions to passages of the Corpus Paulinum which in the light of their contexts must be intentional: Romans 6: Galatians 2: La storia della religione nei suoi momenti fondamentali, La dottrina, Bibliografia, ].
Evidence from primary sources: Malum metaphysicum; 2. Malum ratiocinativum; 3. Malum physicum; 4. Malum morale. Studi 4. Expansion and support. Interactions with the imperial government.
Conflict with mainstream Christian authorities. The Church of the Martyrs as a limiting identity. Indeed, the end of the imperial persecutions saw increasing tensions between diverse Christian groups and their beliefs and practices. In both Egypt and North Africa, these disagreements hardened into schisms with the emergence of the rigorist Melitians in Egypt and Donatists in North Africa.
The Melitians remained a minority group while the Donatists grew to become the majority Church in North Africa for much of the fourth and early fifth centuries. This article will compare the main issues involved in each schism in order to provide insight into some of the complex issues facing Christians in Egypt and North Africa in the fourth century. Einleitung, Rahmenbedingungen und Voraussetzungen, Erster Teil: Zweiter Teil: Die alexandrinische Markuslegende und die Rolle des Petrus, Dritter Teil: Das 4.
Die Kirchenpolitik zwischen Alexandria und Rom, Vierter Teil: Das 5. Ausblick, Eins sein im Denken und Handeln? Bibliographie, Register, Insbesondere wird sie in der Praefatio zu Leos Antwortbrief an Dioskur erkennbar, die dadurch nochmals in einem anderen Licht erscheint.
Christian identity in papyrus prayers. Alterity in papyrus prayers. An unmixed identity? The letter of Cyrus which Sophronius brought to Sergius of Constantinople after the failure of his meeting with Cyrus cannot be identified as the Ep.
Neither can the letter forbidding all discussion of one or two operations in the two natures of Christ, which Sergius sent to Cyrus after his meeting with Sophronius, be identified as the Ep.
Storia dei monaci in Egitto, Nota bibliografica, Indice generale, I, Coll. III , Aug. Deacon A. The structure of the federation. The daily schedule of monastic life. Rules concerning health care and food.
The material context: The inscriptional evidence: Funerary consolation, martyrological discourses and the ascetic life: Crowning glory: Nine Coptic dipinti with 2 Timothy 4: Instead of searching out lines of exegesis on the page, I want to enter into the actual, lived spaces of early Christian monks and to explore how biblical texts were reinterpreted in and through material realia such as inscriptions and iconographic representation, as well as through communal practices of funerary remembrance and ascetic paraenesis.
My primary focus will be citations of 2 Timothy 4: Subsidia, Tomus , Peeters, Lovanii , pp. Leben und Lebenswerk Pachoms: Das Leben Pachoms, ; 1. Das Lebenswerk Pachoms, ; 1. Exkurs I: Die Schriften von Nag Hammadi und die Pachomianer, Charakter und Eigenart der Pachombriefe, ; 2.
Die Frage der Echtheit, ; 2. Exkurs II: Das Apophthegmenzitat in Brief 3, Die Texte, ; 3. Die Texte unter Beibehaltung der Codebuchstaben, ; 4. Die griechischen Codebuchstaben, ; 4. Das Buchstabenquadrat: Ist das Buchstabenquadrat in Wirklichkeit ein Zahlenquadrat? Das Buchstabenquadrat im Rahmen der pachomischen Geheimschrift, Die Botschaft der Pachom-Briefe: Die Schwierigkeit, Pachoms Briefe zu verstehen, ; 6.
Die vier Grundgedanken in den anderen Schriften Pachoms, ; 6. Zusammenfassung und Schluss, Dunand, Since the late nineteenth century, one of the most persistent discussions concerning that corpus of textes has revolved around determining the form and language of the first biography of Pachomius.
James Goehring has given a very lucid overview of the debate as it stands, and there is little point in repeating that exercise here. My aim in this paper is not to discuss yet again the philological relation between the different texts, however important the issue may be for the early history of Pachomian monasticism. Sciences religieuses, , Brepols, Turnhout , Reception and intertextuality.
Historicizing and eschatological narrative. Ethics as knowledge and asceticism. Rather, the person is to be oriented to a grand narrative of the history of relations between the divine and the human, and to be emotionally involved in that narrative.
The ethical program is equivalent to the program of cultivating the identity of privilege and election which corresponds to attachment to the narrative.
Note per una possibile lettura storico-teologica, Aug. I tanti modi di dire la Chiesa. La Chiesa celeste e la Chiesa terrestre. Il canone ecclesiastico.
Historiografia eclesiástica medieval
La gerarchia ecclesiastica. The analysis begins with the biblical images used by the author, i. The notion of ecclesial tradition emerges as a central theme in this reflection in its formal aspects as well as in its contents. They find their definition and codification in the ecclesiastical canon which makes reference to a correct orthopraxis and, therefore, to a confrontation with heterodoxy. Teil I. Vorbemerkungen zu QDS, ; 2.
Die Einbettung des Zitats in den Kontext, ; 4. Die literarische Gattung von QDS, Tel II. Teil III. Zusammenfassende Betrachtungen: Clemens als Literat, ; 2.
Clemens als Lehrer, ; 4. Fazit, Literaturverzeichnis, Stellenindex, ]. The Fourth-Century Debates, The creation of Eve: It served various purposes such as the construction of the feminine as opposed to masculine; a basis for the acceptance or rejection of the possible androgyny of the first human being; the justification or challenging of male dominance in the emerging Christian social and ecclesiastical order.
His interpretation served two main purposes: The Fourth- Century Debates, Further considerations. Yet it is not always an easy task to grasp the meaning of this esteem. Nota a margine di due incisi sul linguaggio di animali e angeli, Adamantius 20 I dialetti degli animali; La lingua degli angeli. Psicologia e trasmissione della gnosi. La cristologia nel contesto apologetico. I 21, and VI 7,57,4. Although their subjects are completely different Str. Valentinian interpretation of Gen 1: Gen 1: Interpretive privilege of the true gnostic.
Here, I wish to argue that in his portrait of Moses in Strom. Ricezione ed esegesi di Mc. Ricezione e citazione del Nuovo Testamento in q. Mc 10, nella ricezione biblica del q. Il pensiero di Clemente Alessandrino Fundamentis Novis. Avvertenze, Letteratura esamerale e dottrina protologica, ; 2. Per una ricostruzione del pensiero protologico di Clemente, ; 3.
Il lessico proto-teologico, Dio principio, creatore e demiurgo, Il demiurgo, ; I. Dio demiurgo e padre di tutte le cose, ; I.
Dio Logos creatore e principio divino di tutte le cose, La creazione: Paradiso e peccato: Il paradiso, ; III. Il peccato, Conclusione, A gospel in the shadows. Mark 9: How to cast out the demons? The reception of Mark 9: Theorizing resistance. Concluding thoughts. Through the three categories of hegemony, biopolitics, and martyrdom, this paper examines how Clement could be read as offering a subtle and layered evaluation of the complex realities of the rule of empire as it relates to the life- world of the Christian.
Clement the presbyter? What authority did it exercise in the church? This article will explore these questions through the writings of Clement of Alexandria; his works will be read, however, not just as a source for a plausible historical reconstruction, but as a textual embodiment of dynamic relationships, encoding the tensions between author and audience s , and constructing as well as reflecting debates about authority and tradition. Clement presents himself as the guardian of the apostolic tradition, but one who guards that tradition for a Church much wider than his school: The succession of intellectual Christian teachers, educated above and beyond most ordinary Christians, is figured as a necessary conduit between the Logos and the church, but only insofar as those teachers remain in contact with and under the liturgical authority of church office-holders.
Through his appropriation of the imagery and metaphorical use of the technical language of church structures, Clement offers a parallel and symbiotic authority.
Origen and religious practice. Origen and the Holy Land. A proposito del volume di Lorenzo Perrone, Adamantius 20 Edizioni e traduzioni Origenes Werke, Dreizehnter Band: Die neuen Psalmenhomilien. NF, 19 , De Gruyter, Berlin , pp. Codex Monacensis Graecus Homiliae in Psalmos Codex Monacensis Graecus Register P. Siglas y abreviaturas, Agradecimientos, Commento al Cantico dei Cantici.
Saggio introduttivo, traduzione, note e apparati a cura di V. La mistica di Origene nel Commento al Cantico dei Cantici. Parte I. Il canto del cigno: Le nozze mistiche: Parte II. Parte III. Il banchetto nuziale: Nota editoriale, Abbreviazioni, Origene, Commento al Cantico dei Cantici, Indice delle citazioni bibliche, ]. Sigle e abbreviazioni, Gli studi su Origene: Ritratti di Origene: Sezione monografica I: An Overall Outline, ; C.
The Rather Complicated Case of Psalms 51 to 76, Katenen und Exzerpierungen, ; L. Sezione monografica II: Origenes Humanista. Les prologues: La notice sur la division en cinq livres; 1. Les cinq livres. The catenae material and the manuscript situation. Literal and rewritten fragments. More complex situations of tradition. The exception proves the rule.
The situation becomes even more complex when taking into account that later catenae were often composed not from original works but already from catenae material. Uso dialettico. Uso strumentale. Il ricorso alle dottrine filosofiche.
La filosofia come elemento intrinseco del discorso. The kinship of Origen with philosophical texts is evident in several ways: An attempt is made to show some variables that allow a catalogue of this material: Hapax, neologismi, prime attestazioni.
Riflessioni metalinguistiche. Tracce di erudizione. Recipient of this so varied lexicon is a Christian composite community that included different cultural backgrounds. For that reason, the search for a lexicon so precious and sophisticated is amazing. The author introduce himself as! The present survey shows that the display of erudition is not an end in itself, it is rather a service to biblical exegesis.
The terminology testifies to a rich and diverse culture. The homilist reveals that he has acquired his method from the biblical text: According to the homilist, it is in the deviation from the standard language that an abyss of meanings opens to the exegete and to the Christian community. The effort of the author toward expressivity, that reverberates on the vocabulary, responds to a double need: Two vectors appear as a way to escape from the customary language: Paul, Origen, and Theodoret of Cyrus on Psalm Psalm 69 in the MT.
Origen on Psalm Theodoret of Cyrrhus on Ps Comparison of Theodoret with Paul. Furthermore, they all exegete with respect to controlling narratives: Origen with respect to a hermeneutical narrative which entails the interpretative failure of the Jewish people, Paul and Theodoret with regard to their respective notions of exile and return. A second noteworthy point is that Origen and Theodoret both clearly make use of prosopographic exegesis in their treatment of Ps Gregory of Nyssa on the Sinai Theophany.
A concluding comparison. H77Ps V,3. H77Ps VII,4. H77Ps VII,4 infra. H77Ps IX,6. H77Ps IX,6 infra. H80Ps I,6. H73Ps III,1. H77Ps I,1. Prin IV 3,1ff. Traduzione e interventi di Rufino! Maschio e femmina. I santi e i peccatori. Le passioni del corpo. The chapters present a typical feature of the origenian way of proceeding in exegesis: An Overall Outline, Adamantius 20 Working on the Catenae.
History of the Catenae. Towards new editions.
Des personnages exemplaires. Die Unklarheit der Bibel. Eine Analogie zwischen Bibel und Kosmos. Schwierigkeiten und Grenzen des Verstehens. In every word and in every created being, Origen states on the background of his Christological concept of the epinoiai Wisdom and Word, traces of the divine Wisdom are sown. In this way, God reveals himself in creation and in Scripture. Understanding the Bible and understanding the world therefore bear on the same principle of rationality logos upon which both are built.
Because of this common principle, analogies can be drawn from one to the other. Hence, explaining the world by means of philosophy can contribute to understand the Bible by means of exegesis and vice versa. Both the visible text of the Bible and the visible created beings refer to the invisible reality behind them, for which they stand as signs and symbols. Both attempts to understand man and world are also confronted with the same problems and limits, mainly the question of justice and theodicy.
Consequently, Origen uses all non-biblical knowledge available to him to explain the often unclear text of the Bible. This combination of exegesis and philosophy is not arbitrary but hermeneutically necessary to get to a rational understanding of the Bible: Christlicher und origeneischer Antijudaismus. Especially in Caesarea in Palestine, where he spent the last period of his life, he had many opportunities to discuss exegetical problems with rabbis and to use Jewish explanations for his own Biblical exegesis.
In the newly discovered Homilies on Psalms Cod. For his knowledge about them, however, he relies on the Biblical information about these feasts. As to the Jewish festival practice in his times, he argues for the anti-Jewish Christian conviction that the Jewish feasts are definitely over.
The only way to celebrate them is, as he explains, to contemplate on their spiritual meaning and to act ethically according to their deeper and true sense. Obviously, Jewish ritual practices like fasting or the use of unleavened bread were quite attractive for some Christians. Early Christian Interpretation of the Psalms, Part I: Introductory questions and methodology: Textual types and audiences, ; 5. Part II: Interpretation of individual writings: Introduction, ; 7. On First Principles, ; 8.
Dialogue with Heracleides, ; 9. Commentary on John, ; Commentary on Song of Songs, ; Commentary on Romans, ; Commentary on Matthew, ; Homilies on Luke, ; Homilies on Song of Songs, ; Homilies on Jeremiah, ; Christology in Homilies on Joshua, ; Apologetic writings — Against Celsus, Part III: Conclusion, Bibliography and sources, LANG B.
Kleines Kompendium mit Forschungsstand und Beispieltexten! The dispute links evil manners with false doctrines, lays emphasis on the dissensions between heretics, invites to reinforce the meaning of the scriptural texts by asking to admire the cosmic order and the expansion of churches and to find the means of solving the apparent contradictions between the Scriptures. The information on them we are provided with in these new homilies integrates what Origen says in his other works.
The second homily on Psalm 77 persists in proving that this heresiological interpretation is right. The lack of interest shown until their recent discovery did not depended alone on the mistakes made by Ignaz Hardt in his catalogue of the beginning of the 19th century. The manuscript itself presents some indications liable to create some confusion about the author, as for instance the initial and final mentions of Michael Psellos added by later hands.
The present article briefly illustrates the codicological aspects of the manuscript, probably to be dated in the beginning of the 12th century and provides some hints at the history of its transmission. La presenza di catecumeni. La frequenza delle letture. Le nuove omelie e la cronologia relativa.
Cronologia assoluta. In particular: If considered singularly, the texts are not very explicit, but taken together they strengthen the hypothesis that the initiated and catechumens of Caesarea did listen to the Word daily. As in the other homelies, it was a mixed public composed of initiated and catechumens.
Only from H67Ps I it is possible to conjecture the use of several lectures taken from different books of the Scripture. References to other exegesises on Psalms abund, but there is only one clear reference to the commentary on Hosea, which permits to fix a terminus post quem.
Importance des variantes de la Bible grecque. In addition, these extracts are not only the provenance, it seems, of subsequent commentaries, but also of homilies. In terms of scriptural quotations, this inquiry permits more positive results and proposes criteria for assessing the Origenian character of a development.
In particular, this applies in cases where, for the sake of argumentation, the Alexandrian deviates from the letter of the scriptural text. In the Palestinian Catena of Psalm , Origen does not use the Hebrew as a witness; unlike the later exegetes, he only refers to the Jewish revisions in the rare cases where the Greek biblical text appears to him to have been corrupted.
However, the dynamics of his exegesis often relies on differences between lessons! Assessing the terms in which the problem has been formulated: Further possibilities for criticism. Appendix 1. An example of exegetic logocentrism; 2. Appendix 2. Openings and afterthoughts. French poststructuralism, on which Boyarin relies to no smal extent, has labelled such spiritualist universalism as logocentric. This paper attemps to test the applicability of the recent critique of logocentrism to the views of a paradigmatic Logos-committed theologian and allegorical exegete such as Origen of Alexandria.
While agreeing that an interpretation of the incarnate Logos as a metaphysical first principle of the creation and of Scripture leads to the universalist exegetic politics that Boyarin describes, I shall bring up the possibility of a non-metaphysical reading of the Origenian Logos, which could entail an alternative, less assimilatory, exegetic politics.
Une distance entre manuscrits.
Groupe 1: Groupe 2: La classification en deux groupes. Subsidia, 11 , Aschendorff, Munster , Episteme and Sophia. Jesus is indeed the incarnate logos for Origen. And as has been seen, theology contains two ways: Episteme concerns both the economy of salvation and the Trinity. It expresses the coexistence of rational discourse and discourse by revelation, i.
Eusebius and Narratives of Origen! Lethielleux, Paris, ], Cross ed. Le citazioni di Sal 27 28 e il linguaggio della preghiera. I frammenti catenari su Sal 27 Sal 27 28 ,1: Sal 27 28 ,2: Sal 27 28 ,3: To obtain a less fragmentary picture of it, we can first of all view Ps.
We may thus tentatively reconstruct a preliminary agenda of topics concerning both the distinctive profile of Ps. A further step leads us to examine the occurrences of Ps. Nevertheless Origen, instead of clinging to a definite and coherent terminology for the different forms of prayer, prefers to stress the idea that the language of those who pray should be inspired and nourished by the words of the Psalms. As shown, for instance, by the fragments on Ps.
Such a conclusion is finally corroborated by the significant exegesis of Ps. As a matter of fact, we have to do first of all with a teacher recalling on several occasions the unique importance of the didaskaloi within the church. By the way, he opposes himself to other teachers, whom he does not approve — the heretics —, while recognizing to some extent their efforts in order to find out the truth.
On the other hand, in spite of the frequent self-quotations, he also admits his debts towards some of his predecessors first and foremost Philo. All these aspects find a corresponding evidence in the other writings of Origen and fully support the authenticity of the sermons.
Another set of arguments on behalf of it is provided by the analysis of the exegetical method practiced by the preacher. Die 29 Psalmenhomilien von Cod. Der Cod. Eine erste Anleitung mit Beispielen als Kostproben]. Origen from Tura to Munich: Codex Graecus The significance of the Munich Codex for the research on Origen and ancient Christianity. It is not only one of the most important finds of early Christian literature in Greek in the last decades, but it is also a major contribution to the study of the Alexandrian teacher and to the history of biblical interpretation in Late Antiquity.
The 29 homilies represent nowadays the largest body of sermons among the writings of Origen, which are poorly preserved in their original language. La herencia de la primera literatura cristiana: Rufino traduttore nel confronto con il Cod. Ambrogio fra emulazione e dipendenza. As a result, the so called catenae turn out to be sometimes deceptive, as the Greek text they offer is often heavily shortened. Indeed Origen never upheld the preexistence of rational souls without a body.
The second catena is mostly composed of texts by Theodoret and Origen, but Origen only is explicitly mentioned as author. The nature of homonymy. Why does Origen not use the word homonymy in First Principles? The question of paronymy. As far as Origen is concerned, this term expresses the difference between the literal and non-literal meanings of various scriptural texts. Therefore, homonymy can be regarded as a primitive linguistic entity for the interpretation of the Scripture.
Nevertheless, as in the case of the difference between the literal and non- literal sense of the statements and commands of the Scripture, so too in connection with homonymy, the question of truth and falsity may emerge. Divine Logos from epistemological point of view. Logos in the human being. Logos and logic.
In the first section I try to apprehend some important characteristics of the Son of God which were considered by Origen as a common doctrine of Greek philosophy and Christian teaching. The second section of my contribution deals with the creation of the intellectual beings in the image of God and with human logoi from a genetic point of view, i.
The doctrine of the natural differences between men, due to the action of various creators and decisive on their final destination, is one of the claims most heavily installed by the opponents to the Gnostic authors. Such claims have involved one of the most recurring critics to the Gnostic texts; critics that persist even among modern scholars.
Katenen und Exzerpierungen, Adamantius 20 Die Katenenfragmente: Die Fragmente in Vind. Der Auszug in der Philokalie. WOOD J. This is due to the apparent incongruence between the metaphysical discussions of the former section and the hermeneutical remarks of the latter. Cirillo Alessandrino [II.
Die zentralen Themen des unsersuchten Kommentars: Origenismus pp. Rufino di Aquileia Origenes Humanista. Origenes Humanista: Marsilio Ficino und Pietro Pomponazzi, ; T. Picos Origenismus im Heptaplus, ; A. Pico della Mirandolas Verteidigung des Origenes, ; N. Positive representations of Origen: Eusebius of Caesarea; St. Pamphilus, Rufinus of Aquileia, and St.
Title: Elementos da Matemática Vol 0 - Marcelo Rufino (IME ITA)
Gregory Thaumaturgus. The allegorical tendencies in his writings were exaggerated by some of his admirers, leading to a repudiation of his person and works by such prominent figures as St Epiphanius of Salamis, St Jerome and Theophilus of Alexandria. These repudiations anticipated his condemnation as a heretic by the emperor Justinian and the fifth ecumenical council.
Prolegomena for Apokatastasis? The fifth part according to the ancient sources and manuscripts. Style, contents and authenticity of the two discourses.
Prolegomena for the affirmation of the final universal salvation? In one case, however, we have an interesting indication: These last are preserved in four recent manuscripts, one in the Vatican Library, one in the Sharfet Library Lebanon , and two in the collection of the Chaldean Monastery formerly in Baghdad and now in northern Iraq. Pico della Mirandolas Traktat De salute Origenis disputatio, Picos Reformierung des origeneischen Freiheitsdenkens: Skizze der Ereignisse.
Die Geistesverwandschaft zwischen Pico und Origenes. Inhalte der Theologie des Origenes. Kirchenrechtliche Fragen. Picos Origenes. Die Verurteilung der Thesen Picos. Garcias Determinationes magistrales: Innozenz VIII. August ; 2.
Brief Picos an Alexander VI. August ; 3. Brief Picos an Ludovico Podocathor August ; 4. Alexander VI. Juni Picos Origenismus im Heptaplus, in Origenes Humanista. Pico della Mirandola und der neuzeitliche Origenismus. Die Welt als Bild und Gleichnis.
Urtheologie und mehrfacher Schriftsinn im Heptaplus. Die Korrespondenz von Makro- und Mikrokosmus. Die origeneische Weltenlehre in Picos Heptaplus: Elemente einer origeneischen Heilskosmologie; b Der Mensch als vierte Welt.
Aspekte einer origeneischer Freiheitsanthropologie. Freiheit und Heilsgeschichte. Individuum und Kosmos in der origeneischen Genesisexegese des Heptaplus]. Die besondere Stellung des Menschen im Kosmos.
Pico und der patristische Freiheitsgedanke. Der Mensch: Vieh und Engel. Origenes und Neuplatonismus oder zweite und erste Natur. Hohelied- Metaphysik. Universales Christentum]. Marsilio Ficino. Pietro Pomponazzi.
Metaphysics and history: A primitive nature programmed to endless progression. About substance, inheritance and rupture. Suggested readings. Evagrio Dionigi Alessandrino Pierio di Alessandria Pietro di Alessandria Ario Arianism: Roman Heresy and Barbarian Creed! It is argued here that Constantine saw both Arius and Porphyry as enemies of his own understanding of Christ, the Logos or Word, as an actualised potentiality of the Father.
Going public: Situating the Arius legend: Christianity and imperial ceremonial culture during the Theodosian dynasty.
Iconic objects and the meaning of space in the late ancient Christian imagination. The version that ultimately became the dominant one had Arius dying near the famous porphyry column that stood at the centre of the Forum of Constantine, a space constructed as part of the dedication of Constantinople in CE. The majority of the additions made to the story were first seen in Christian histories written in or centred on Constantinople during the first half of the fifth century, and the second section of the article explains the context in which these additions were generated: Though the context for the expansion of the story was local and specific, the version created in that context resonated widely, far beyond the limits of Constantinople.
The third section of the article explains why: Constantinople was a city known by more people than just its inhabitants. What is more, Christianity in late antiquity was heavily invested in the imagination as a religious faculty, and Christians of the period frequently remade the history of physical spaces by means of imagined objects and legends. Thus, the specific version of the story that originated in fifth-century Constantinopolitan politics happened to intersect with features in late ancient culture that helped it to emerge as the dominant version.
The conclusion offers some observations about spaces and their representation in antiquity, discussing how what is imagined to be in a space can be as significant as what physically exists in it. Gregorio di Nissa Eusebio di Cesarea Eusebius of Caesarea: Tradition and Innovations, ed.
Tradition and Innovations. Toward a Focused Debate, Eusebius and Narratives of Origen, The Image of an Image, The Manuscripts, Rhetoric, Philosophy, and Christian Theology, Receptions, Index locorum, ; Index of Subjects, ].
Tradition and Innovations, Origen, martyrdom, and the Maccabean family. Eusebius, martyrdom, and the Maccabean family. Christian history, martyrdom, and the role of the family. Eusebius, the family, and Christian authority.
This is not simply because martyrdom and the resistance to dominant culture it had often stood for were progressively less pressing concern as Eusebius wrote. The Diatessaron-Gospel of Ammonius of Alexandria: Who was Ammonius? The Canon Tables of Eusebius of Caesarea: The Eusebian Canon Tables as a hermeneutical key to a canonical reading of the fourfold gospel.
Indeed, these two figures stand at the head of the entire tradition of comparative literary analysis of the gospels. This article provides a more precise account of their contributions, as well as the relationship between the two figures. It argues that Ammonius, who was likely the teacher of Origen, composed the first gospel synopsis by placing similar passages in parallel columns.
He gave this work the title Diatessaron-Gospel, referring thereby to the four columns in which his text was laid out. A little over a century later, Eusebius of Caesarea picked up where Ammonius left off and attempted to accomplish the same goal, albeit using a different and improved method.
The resulting cross-reference system, consisting of the Canon Tables as well as sectional enumeration throughout each gospel, allowed the user to find parallels between the gospels, but in such a way that the literary integrity of each of the four was preserved. Revisiting the use of Moses in the Life of Constantine. Constructing a Christian dynasty. Eusebius, however, not only reproduces the propaganda, he also adapts the comparison to his own agenda.
A Eusebian tradition of mutual defense: He is first of all responsible for preserving precious fragments of the writings of Paulinus, Narcissus, and Asterius, much as he saved many texts, Christian, Jewish, and Greco-Roman alike, in his Historia Ecclesiastica, Praeparatio Evangelica, and Demonstratio Evangelica.
But, just as in those works, so in the anti-Marcellan treatises, he is not merely a conserver. He engages with the theology of his fellow Eusebians, sometimes jettisoning it as with Paulinus and Narcissus , sometimes developing it in new directions as with Asterius , but in every case drawing upon his previous theological work and updating it to respond to contemporary concerns and challenges.
Philo in Josephus. Philo in Eusebius. Eusebius the Biographer. Why profile a Judean? Appendix 1: Which philosophical biographies did Eusebius read? Josephus mentions Philo just once in the AJ, when the philosopher defended the Judeans of Alexandria before Caligula Toward a Focused Debate, in Eusebius of Caesarea: Documentos semelhantes a Colecao-Elementos-da-Matematica-Vol Diego Moreira.
Evanio Nobre. Stone Lucius. Elisabete Lima. Clodoaldo Marques Gomes. Daiene Paula. Matheus Theus. Leonardo Bellincanta de Souza. Katyelen Costa. Daniel Castro. Manuel Guilherme. Bruno Resende. Mais de Guilherme Borges. Guilherme Borges.
Cristhian L. Ginia Gomes. Populares em School. Carlos Pereira. Ricardo Sales. Fernanda Glinka. Diego Lacerda. Douglas Vinicius. Luccas Fukushima. Marcelo Barboza. Helder Lamark Nunes. Isaura Carvalho. Wellington Macedo Coutinho. Pedro Mateus. Beatriz Araujo.The comparison one sees n John 3, on the lifting up of the serpent in the desert and the eventual death of Christ on the cross is one of those passages that draw heavily on the OT.
Sandro Branquinho Matos. Martyrs and superstition. Having identified specific differences between the texts we will turn our attention to the question of whether or not the text as presented by Aristobulus provides evidence of the use of the LXX, of an alternate Greek version, or of a personal translation. Schemi cronologici e dottrinali, ; III. Lo experimental, vuelto interactivo, deja de estar peleado con los cascarones de autor; toma lo bueno de los museos-escaparates y los transforma a partir de las ideas.