2 edition of Eustathius of Antioch and his place in the early history of Christian doctrine found in the catalog.
Eustathius of Antioch and his place in the early history of Christian doctrine
R. V. Sellers
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by R.V. Sellers.|
|LC Classifications||BR1720.E83 S4|
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|Pagination||x, 124 p.|
|Number of Pages||124|
Originally published in , this book argues for the importance of Eustathius of Antioch as a 'worthy representative' of the teachings of the Antiochene school of theology in the early centuries of the Church. Eustathius's treatise, the first response by a theologian from Antioch to Origen's exegesis, has attracted scholars who posit a distinctively Antio-chene school of Christian theology in opposition to a supposed Alexan-drian school. His insistence on Christ's full humanity, along with his op-.
won many converts to his doctrines, especially from among the Syllou-kianistai, his fellow pupils of the martyr Lucian of Antioch. In the Council of Nicaea decisively rejected Arianism and proclaimed the ortho dox doctrine in its creed and particularly in the renowned wor komoou-d sion. Buy The Theological Anthropology of Eustathius of Antioch Books online at best prices in India by Sophie Cartwright,Sophie (Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Heythrop College, London) Cartwright from Buy The Theological Anthropology of Eustathius of Antioch online of India’s Largest Online Book Store, Only Genuine Products.
Originally published in , this book argues for the importance of Eustathius of Antioch as a 'worthy representative' of the teachings of the Antiochene school of Pages: Eusebius of Caesarea (/ j uː ˈ s iː b i ə s /; Greek: Εὐσέβιος τῆς Καισαρείας, Eusébios tés Kaisareías; AD / – /), also known as Eusebius Pamphili (from the Greek: Εὐσέβιος τοῦ Παμϕίλου), was a historian of Christianity, exegete, and Christian became the bishop of Notable works: Ecclesiastical History, On the Life of .
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Originally published inthis book argues for the importance of Eustathius of Antioch as a 'worthy representative' of the teachings of the Antiochene school of theology in the early centuries of the : R.
Sellers. Eustathius was bishop of Beroea (c. ) and became bishop of Antioch shortly before the Council Saint Eustathius of Antioch, ; feast day: Western Church, July 16; Eastern Church, February 21), bishop of Antioch who opposed the followers of the condemned doctrine of Arius at the Council of Nicaea.
Eustathius of Antioch and his place in the early history of Christian doctrine. Cambridge: The University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Eustathius, of Antioch Saint; Eustathe, saint évêque d'Antioche; Eustathius, of Antioch Saint; Eustathius, Saint Bishop of Antioch: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book.
Oxford Early Christian Studies. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. Eustathius was born in Side, Pamphylia about the year Little is known of his early life. He became Bishop of Beroea (modern Aleppo), in Syria, about Inhe was elevated to Bishop of Antioch by the fathers of the First Ecumenical Council.
Eustathius was a learned theologian who also had a broad knowledge of secular sciences. A pupil of Nicholas Kataphloron, Eustathius was appointed to the offices of superintendent of petitions (ἐπὶ τῶν δεήσεων, epi ton deeseon), professor of rhetoric (μαΐστωρ ῥητόρων), and was ordained a deacon in Constantinople.
He was ordained bishop of tion: Scholar and Archbishop of Thessalonica. Antioch was an important city in early Christian formation (and was where the term Christian was coined).
While Antiochene Chrisitians sponsored Paul’s outreach to Gentiles, the book of Acts portrays the city (and Paul) as subservient to the longstanding influence and traditions of the Jerusalem-based leadership, especially Peter.
The City – The Church – The “Christian” The City: Antioch & its significance. The city of Antioch was significant in the empire. The Roman Empire was one of the most urbanized empires the world had ever seen.
Only now in recent history is the world beginning to look like what the Roman Empire looked like. Eustathius of Antioch and His Place in the Early History of Christian Doctrine SELLERS, R. Published by Cambridge University Press, Cambridge ().
Eustathius of Beroea/Antioch remains an elusive figure, though there is a growing recognition of his importance to the history of Christian theology, and particularly the early File Size: KB. Oxford Early Christian Studies. Offers unprecedented insight into one of the most important thinkers of the early Arian controversy, who has so far remained largely elusive.
Locates Eustathius within his historical context and provides a detailed overview of the sources for his complex. Buy The Theological Anthropology of Eustathius of Antioch (Oxford Early Christian Studies) by Cartwright, Sophie (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sophie Cartwright. If you have any interest in early Christianity, especially its direct continuity with the various streams of Judaism at the time, then this book is a must have.
This is an exhaustive treatment of that critical period in the history of the Jewish/Christian faith when identities were being established and refuted.5/5(2).
This book explores Eustathius of Antioch’s theological anthropology, offering unprecedented insight into one of the early ‘Arian’ controversy’s most important thinkers. It situates Eustathius in relation to the early ‘Arian’ controversy, the Constaninian Revolution, the legacies of Irenaeus and Origen, and the philosophical commentary tradition.
A history of doctrines of the Early Church, written and arranged with exceptional clarity by a leading patristic scholar. Canon Kelly describes the development of the principal Christian doctrines from the close of the first century to the middle of the fifth, and from the 4/5(12). The theological anthropology of Eustathius of Antioch by Sophie Cartwright () Eustathius of Antioch and his place in the early history of Christian doctrine by R.
V Sellers (Book). For instance, in the dispute with Eustathius of Antioch, who opposed the growing influence of Origen and his practice of an allegorical exegesis of scripture, seeing in his theology the roots of Arianism, Eusebius, an admirer of Origen, was reproached by Eustathius for deviating from the Nicene faith, who was charged in turn with Sabellianism.
Though most famous for being one of the church's earliest martyrs, his letters also served to record the rapid development of church hierarchy. "Follow, all of you, the bishop, as Jesus Christ.
christology of Eustathius of Antioch has already been noticed(p). This is an "early" Christian doctrine text, and covers the major aspects of Christian thinking (nature of God, Christology, Grace vs.
Works in man's salvation, the Sacraments) from the first into the fifth centuries. `Early Christian Doctrines' by J. Kelly was /5(50). Eustathius of Sebaste was a bishop during the mid fourth century controversies associated with ally a disciple of the heretic Arius, his position wavered through the various shades of Arianism: Arian, semi-Arian, anomoen, and even the Nicene faith.
A monk, he advocated an exaggerated form of ascetic monasticism that he brought to Armenia. Eustathius, Bishop of Antioch.
English ελληνικά " Print. Saint Eustathius, the great defender of piety and illustrious opponent of Arianism, was from Side in Pamphylia. He became Bishop of Beroea (the present-day Aleppo), and in was present at the First Ecumenical Council.
From thence he was transferred to the throne of Antioch.Eustathius (4), bp. of Sebaste (the modern Siwas) in Pontus, on the N. bank of the Halys, the capital of Armenia Minor (c. a.d. ). Eustathius occupies a place more conspicuous than honourable in the unhappy dissensions between the adherents of the orthodox faith and the various shades of Arian, semi-Arian, and Anomoean heresy during the middle of the 4th cent.
First published inThe Search for the Christian Doctrine of God is still considered by many scholars to be the finest work on the Arian Controversy. Examining scholarly works on the Controversy and many original texts, Professor Hanson, provides a clear understanding of how the traditional and historic doctrine of God as the Holy Trinity reached its most mature and enduring form.5/5(1).