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This study shows how St. Augustine of Hippo in his works on grace identifies the concepts of intellect and grace. It recommends this concept of intellectus gratiae as a key to Augustine's theology as a whole.
This study on one of the most often encountered motifs of early Christian art explores the complex theological as well as philosophical backgrounds of symbolism in late fourth-century sarcophagus sculpture in Provence and Northern Italy.
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).
The philosophical implications of one of Gregory of Nyssa's major later works, De Vita Moysis, allow important insights into his thought. The main aim of this study is to demonstrate the connections between rhetoric, theology and philosophy in Gregory's work.
Edited by Miroslav Marcovich †
April D. DeConick
This indispensable monograph provides a critical reassessment of the Gospel of Thomas and its origins, focussing on reinterpreting its anthropogony and soteriology. It examines Thomas' indebtedness to Jewish mystical and Hermetic thought rather than gnostic traditions.
David T. Runia
A collection of papers designed as a companion volume to the author's monograph Philo in Early Christian Literature: A Survey (1993). The papers deal with various aspects of how Philo's writings and thought were received at the hands of the Church Fathers.
This book offers a dramatically new translation of Liber Antiquitatum Biblicarum, a commentary that deals extensively with LAB's place in ancient biblical exegesis, and an introduction that treats the major problems associated with LAB (e.g. date, original language, manuscript tradition, ...
An analysis of the hierarchical tensions witnessed by the Hippolytan literature in early third century Rome, in a period critical both for the development of Church Order and embryonic Trinitarian orthodoxy. Tertullian's relationship with Callistus is re-assessed.
Reinhard Jakob Kees
Diese Untersuchung der Lehre vom Heilshandeln Gottes in dem Handbuch für Katecheten des griechischen Kirchenvaters des 4. Jahrhunderts zeigt das Verhältnis zwischen Gotteslehre (Theologia) und Heilslehre (Oikonomia) sowie die innere Verknüpfung der oikonomischen Themen und stellt Entwicklungen ...
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