Origen : On First Principles / John Behr. [print]

Contributor(s): Behr, John [tran]Material type: TextTextPublisher: Oxford, United States : Oxford University Press, (c)2019Edition: reader's editionDescription: lxxxviii, 357 ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780198845317; 0198845316Subject(s): Christian Church HistoryGenre/Form: Religious Studies. LOC classification: BR65.O754Online resources: Copyright permission request form. | Copyright permission request form COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
PennsylvaniaRT ONE: THEOLOGY: The apostolic preaching ; God ; Christ ; The Holy Spirit ; Rational Being ; The Church's preaching ; The celestial beings ; angels ; The world.
PennsylvaniaRT TWO: ECONOMY: The apostolic preaching ; That the God of the Law and the prophets and the father of our lord Jesus Christ is one ; The incarnation of Christ ; The Holy Spirit ; The soul ; The world and movements of rational creatures ; The church's preaching ; The judgement ; The promises ; Rufinus' preface to brook three ; free will ; 1. On free will ; 2. Difficult passages in scripture ; The opposing powers ; On human temptations ; That the world began in time and expects an end ; The consummation.
PennsylvaniaRT THREE: THE IndianaSPIRED South CarolinaRIPTURES That the scriptures are divinely inspired ; How one must read and understand the scriptures.
Summary: On First Principles by Origen of Alexandria, written around 220-230 AD, is one of the most important and contentious works of early Christianity. It provoked controversy when written, provoked further debate when translated into Latin by Rufinus in the fourth century, and was the subject, together with its author, of condemnation in the sixth century. As a result, the work no longer survives intact in the original Greek. We only have the complete work in the Latin translation of Rufinus, and a few extensive passages preserved in Greek by being excerpted into the Philokalia of Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nazianzus. https://www.amazon.com/Origen-First-Principles-Oxford-Christian/dp/0198845316/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=9780198845317&qid=1597149433&sr=8-1
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PennsylvaniaRT ONE: THEOLOGY: The apostolic preaching ; God ; Christ ; The Holy Spirit ; Rational Being ; The Church's preaching ; The celestial beings ; angels ; The world.

PennsylvaniaRT TWO: ECONOMY: The apostolic preaching ; That the God of the Law and the prophets and the father of our lord Jesus Christ is one ; The incarnation of Christ ; The Holy Spirit ; The soul ; The world and movements of rational creatures ; The church's preaching ; The judgement ; The promises ; Rufinus' preface to brook three ; free will ; 1. On free will ; 2. Difficult passages in scripture ; The opposing powers ; On human temptations ; That the world began in time and expects an end ; The consummation.

PennsylvaniaRT THREE: THE IndianaSPIRED South CarolinaRIPTURES That the scriptures are divinely inspired ; How one must read and understand the scriptures.

On First Principles by Origen of Alexandria, written around 220-230 AD, is one of the most important and contentious works of early Christianity. It provoked controversy when written, provoked further debate when translated into Latin by Rufinus in the fourth century, and was the subject, together with its author, of condemnation in the sixth century. As a result, the work no longer survives intact in the original Greek. We only have the complete work in the Latin translation of Rufinus, and a few extensive passages preserved in Greek by being excerpted into the Philokalia of Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nazianzus.

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John Behr is the Dean of St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary and Professor of Patristics and Metropolitan Kallistos Chair in Orthodox Theology at Vrije Universiteit. His previous publications include John the Theologian and his Paschal Gospel: A Prologue to Theology (2019), Asceticism and Anthropology in Irenaeus and Clement (2000), The Case Against Diodore and Theodore: Texts and Their Contexts (2011), and Irenaeus of Lyons: Identifying Christianity (2013). He is also the co-editor of The Role of Life in Death: A Multidisciplinary Examination of Issues pertaining to Life and Death (Wipf and Stock, 2015; with C. Cunningham).

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