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Focusing on the problem of the Prime Matter in the Philoponus' Contra Proclum (Book XI), this study offers the first translation, in French, extensively annoted and commented in the context of the 'quaestio disputata' of the Neoplatonic Alexandrian School (VIe s.). Consacrée au problème de la ...
This book provides a new approach to patristic sources on the earliest Jewish Christians. It shows the artificial nature of the church fathers’ discourse and challenges the widely accepted theory of three Jewish-Christian gospels, bringing the Gospel of the Hebrews closer to its synoptic cousins.
Edited by Nienke Vos and Willemien Otten
This collection of essays analyzes the role of demons and the devil in ancient and medieval Christianity. Proceeding from a variety of scholarly perspectives—historical, philosophical and theological, as well as philological, liturgical and theoretical—the volume’s diverse approach matches the ...
Edited by Sabrina Inowlocki & Claudio Zamagni
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.
Edited by Volker Henning Drecoll and Margitta Berghaus
Focusing on Gregory's Trinitarian thought, his fascinating minor treatises are analysed in detail. Supporting studies deal with theological and philosophical concepts as well as with the context, e.g. his writings against Apolinarius.
Simon Claude Mimouni
Les traditions anciennes sur la dormition et l'assomption de Marie ont été transmises à la fois par des textes et sur des lieux. Ces deux approches méritent attention. Les textes pour leur part sont à la fois nombreux et foisonnants. Leur intérêt est de première importance pour la connaissance ...
Executive Editors: J. den Boeft (Free University of Amsterdam), J.C.M. van Winden (Leiden), J. van Oort (Nijmegen/Pretoria)
Vigiliae Christianae publishes articles and short notes of a cultural, historical, linguistic or philological nature on early Christian literature written after the New Testament, as well as on Christian epigraphy and archaeology.
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