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📒Ps Athenagoras De Resurrectione ✍ Nikolai Kiel
✏Ps Athenagoras De Resurrectione Book Summary : The present monograph argues that Athenagoras’ De Resurrectione is in fact a pseudonymous production from the first half of the third century. Die traditionell dem Apologeten Athenagoras zugeschriebene Schrift De Resurrectione ist als pseudonym anzusehen. Mittels einer Rekonstruktion des polemischen Kontextes sowie einer gründlichen Analyse des Textes wird deutlich, dass er in die erste Hälfte des dritten Jahrhunderts zu datieren ist.
✏Athenagorae qui fertur De resurrectione mortuorum Book Summary : The volume includes a critical edition of Ps.- Athenagoras: De Resurrectione Mortuorum (with introduction and Scholia), along with the edition of the fragments from Ps.- Justin, De resurrectione.
📒Methodius Of Olympus ✍ Katharina Bracht
✏Methodius of Olympus Book Summary : Methodius of Olympus († ca. 311 CE) is regarded as a key author in 3rd c Christian theology. In recent years, his works have become objects of intense research interest on the part of Church historians, classical Greek and Paleoslavic philologists, and scholars of Armenia. The essays in this volume examine the current state of research, enhance our understanding of Methodius with valuable new information, and open up new research perspectives.
📒Die W Rde Des Menschen ✍ Ulrich Volp
✏Die W rde des Menschen Book Summary : This study throws new light on the surprisingly contradictory process of the emergence of a Christian concept of human dignity in antiquity, taking into consideration the complex matrix of Christian theory and practice, piety and theological reflection, ethics, liturgy and theological as well as cultural anthropology.
📒The Early Church And The Afterlife ✍ David Rankin
✏The Early Church and the Afterlife Book Summary : The resurrection of the dead was, as Tertullian says, ‘the chief article of the whole Christian faith’ (De resurrectione 39.3) and one of those beliefs which most distinguished Christian thought from much other contemporary thinking. This book looks at the way in which post-death existence is represented in the work of the early Church Fathers - notably Athenagoras, Tertullian, and Origen - and the Letter to Rheginos, and how these representations compare with its treatment both in Scripture and in contemporary, modern theological reflection. Examining these attitudes to life after death, and putting them into conversation with more modern interpretations, the book asks four main questions. Firstly, whether resurrection happens immediately after death. Secondly, if there is continuity or discontinuity of space and time between death and a resurrection life. Thirdly, it explores whether post-death existence was thought to be embodied or not, and if so how might it be embodied. Finally, it addresses the issue of continuity, or discontinuity, of personal identity after death. This book sheds light on the formation of a key doctrine of Christian faith. As such, it will be of significant interest to scholars and academics working in the History of Religion, Theology and Patristics.
📒Philo In Early Christian Literature ✍ David T. Runia
✏Philo in Early Christian Literature Book Summary : It is a remarkable fact that the writings of Philo, the Jew from Alexandria, were preserved because they were taken up in the Christian tradition. But the story of how this process of reception and appropriation took place has never been systematically research. In this book the author first examines how Philo's works are related to the New Testament and the earliest Chritian writing, and then how they were used by Greek and Latin church fathers up to 400 c.e., with special attention to the contributions of Clement, Origen, Didymus, Eusebius, Gregory of Nyssa, Ambrose, and Augustine. Philo in Early Christian Literature is a valuable guide to the state of scholarly research on a subject that has thus far been investigated in a rather piecemeal fashion.
✏Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum Book Summary : Vol. 10 includes "Tables générales des Séries de publications de Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 1838-1938."
📒Carnis Resurrectio ✍ Gunnar af Hällström
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📒Patristic Study ✍ Henry Barclay Swete
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📒A Tiana 1 The Sources ✍ Jaap Mansfeld
✏A tiana 1 The sources Book Summary : This ground-breaking study offers the first full-length critical examination of H. Diel's "Doxographi Graeci" (1879), focussing on the doxographer Aetius, whose work Diels reconstructed from various later sources. Diel's theory is analysed, revised and improved at significant points.