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Craig D. Allert
This volume deals with revelation, truth, canon, and interpretation as foundational concepts in pre-Nicene Christianity. Justin Martyr is used as a case study to develop these concepts within his second century context.
Translated by Frank Williams
Assaad Elias Kattan
This study on Maximus the Confessor's biblical hermeneutics provides a thorough analysis of how Maximus approached the Holy Scripture in theory and praxis. It attempts to simultaneously shed light on the sources used by the Confessor and to show the originality and consistency of his ...
M. Marcovich †
A new critical edition of the Paedagogus of Clement of Alexandria by the greatest expert in the field of the manuscript tradition of early Christian writings.
Julian of Aeclanum (ca. 380-441/55 AD), bishop, philosopher and exegete, is best known for his vehement criticism of Augustine's doctrine of the Fall. This book tells the story of his life and discusses questions relating to his work and thought.
This is the first full-length study of the origins of preaching in Christiantiy. It traces communication in the Christian assembly from its household origins to the emergence of recognizable homiletic discourse in the third century.
The patristic principle demands that theological quarrels be settled by resorting to the church fathers. This volume presents the first comprehensive reflexion on the historical evolution of the present crisis of this ancient theological principle.
This is the first full-length study of Jerome’s saints’ Lives. It analyses the way he combines classical, Christian and Jewish literary sources with his actual experience of the geography of late antique Palestine to re-write the biblical Holy Land as a new and Christian world.
Pier Franco Beatrice
In four books and a world chronicle, with the help of numerous quotations from Greco-Roman and Oriental sources, the author of the Theosophy brings to light the providential harmony between Christian faith and pagan beliefs. A fascinating picture of the religious world of Late Antiquity emerges ...
Steven A. McKinion
This unique exploration of fifth-century christological expression offers a re-reading of Cyril of Alexandria’s christology at the nexus of confession and illustration, addressing the roles of philosophy and Scripture, examining contrary theologies, and re-constructing Cyril’s christology.
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