The Library of Eusebius of Caesarea

Author: Andrew James Carriker

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9047402316

Category: Religion

Page: 376

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This volume establishes the contents of Eusebius of Caesarea’s library. It relates the library’s history, including the role of Origen of Alexandria, discusses Eusebius’ use of sources, and examines the specific Hellenic, Jewish, and Christian works available at Caesarea.

Ignatius of Antioch and the Arian Controversy

Author: Paul Gilliam III

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004342885

Category: Religion

Page: 272

View: 3517


In Ignatius of Antioch and the Arian Controversy, Paul R. Gilliam III contends that the legacy of second-century martyr Ignatius of Antioch was alive and well during the fourth century as Nicene and Non-Nicene proponents fought for their understanding of the relationship of the Son to the Father.

Eusebius von Cäsarea als Häreseograph

Author: Meike Willing

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110205661

Category: Religion

Page: 569

View: 7230


In his History of the Church, Eusebius of Caesarea († approx. 340) presents the first comprehensive history of Christianity from its beginnings. In it, he devotes a great deal of attention to the subject of heresy. Which heresies did Eusebius know? How does he sketch them? Which ones does he suppress? The study affords an insight into Eusebius' methodology and follows the development of the first centuries of literature on heresy. Eusebius' conception of heresy is presented systematically, and its special features are evaluated against the background of antique historiography.

Die Ordnung der Geschichte

Historische Tabellenwerke in der Frühen Neuzeit

Author: Benjamin Steiner

Publisher: Böhlau Verlag Köln Weimar

ISBN: 9783412202279

Category: Historiography

Page: 385

View: 1795


Contra Arianos IV

Author: Markus Vinzent

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004106864

Category: Religion

Page: 464

View: 1612


By studying and comparing Pseudo-Athanasius, "Contra Arianos IV" and Eusebius' anti-Marcellan texts, this pseudonymus tract can be dated (ca. 340), so that it sheds light on the dark years between Nicea and the synods of Rome and Antioch (340/341).

Reconsidering Eusebius

Collected Papers on Literary, Historical, and Theological Issues.

Author: Sabrina Inowlocki,Claudio Zamagni

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004203850

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 254

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Drawing on history, philology, literature, archeology, and theology, this book offers new approaches to Eusebius' well and less known writings as well as to his unique contribution to late antique culture.


Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A


Category: Classical philology

Page: N.A

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Christianity, Empire, and the Making of Religion in Late Antiquity

Author: Jeremy M. Schott

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 0812203461

Category: History

Page: 272

View: 3997


In Christianity, Empire, and the Making of Religion in Late Antiquity, Jeremy M. Schott examines the ways in which conflicts between Christian and pagan intellectuals over religious, ethnic, and cultural identity contributed to the transformation of Roman imperial rhetoric and ideology in the early fourth century C.E. During this turbulent period, which began with Diocletian's persecution of the Christians and ended with Constantine's assumption of sole rule and the consolidation of a new Christian empire, Christian apologists and anti-Christian polemicists launched a number of literary salvos in a battle for the minds and souls of the empire. Schott focuses on the works of the Platonist philosopher and anti- Christian polemicist Porphyry of Tyre and his Christian respondents: the Latin rhetorician Lactantius, Eusebius, bishop of Caesarea, and the emperor Constantine. Previous scholarship has tended to narrate the Christianization of the empire in terms of a new religion's penetration and conquest of classical culture and society. The present work, in contrast, seeks to suspend the static, essentializing conceptualizations of religious identity that lie behind many studies of social and political change in late antiquity in order to investigate the processes through which Christian and pagan identities were constructed. Drawing on the insights of postcolonial discourse analysis, Schott argues that the production of Christian identity and, in turn, the construction of a Christian imperial discourse were intimately and inseparably linked to the broader politics of Roman imperialism.

Faith Gives Fullness to Reasoning

The Five Theological Orations of Gregory Nazianzen

Author: Frederick W. Norris

Publisher: Brill Academic Pub

ISBN: 9789004092532

Category: Religion

Page: 314

View: 3106


This volume clarifies Gregory Nazaizen's late fourth century C.E. debate with Neo-Arians, Pneumatomachians, pagans and others concerning the nature of paideia and theology. It focuses on the context of philosophical rhetorica, Christian tradition, and scriptural interpretation as they inform his arguments with his opponents.

Gregory of Nyssa

The Letters

Author: Saint Gregory (of Nyssa)

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004152903

Category: Religion

Page: 283

View: 3222


This book presents 37 letters of Gregory of Nyssa (c. 335-379) translated into English and equipped with scholarly notes. It includes a biography, testimonia from Basil and Gregory Nazianzen, 30 letters established by G. Pasquali and seven additional letters reassigned to Gregory.

Books in Print

Author: R.R. Bowker Company

Publisher: N.A


Category: American literature

Page: N.A

View: 8976


Books in print is the major source of information on books currently published and in print in the United States. The database provides the record of forthcoming books, books in-print, and books out-of-print.

A Newly Discovered Greek Father

Cassian the Sabaite Eclipsed by John Cassian of Marseilles

Author: Panayiotis Tzamalikos

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004224416

Category: Religion

Page: 715

View: 975


A critical edition an ancient manuscript, which has resulted in discovery of Cassian the Sabaite, whom Medieval forgery extinguished, by attributing heavily interpolated Latin translations of this Greek original to a figment called ‘John Cassian’. This erudite Sabaite intellectual is Pseudo-Caesarius and the author of Pseudo Didymus' De Trinitate.