Biblica et Apocrypha , Ascetica , Liturgica . Ed . by E.A. LIVINGSTONE ( Leuven 1997 ) 273-290 ( unter Berücksichtigung der eucharistischen Gebetssprache nordafrikanischer Autoren ) ; E. MAZZA , L'action eucharistique .
Author: Albert Gerhards
Category: Eucharistic prayers
The work presents a collection of anaphoras - canons for the Mass in the oriental Churches - and of canons for the Mass in the western Church, completed by texts of the Jewish liturgy in which specialists recognize sources for the eucharistic prayer.
Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. StPatr 30, 314–318. Leuven: Peeters. McKinnon, James W. 1979/1980. “The Exclusion of Musical Instruments from the Ancient Synagogue.” Proceedings of the Royal Musical Association 106, 77–87.
Author: Josef Lössl
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A comprehensive review of the development, geographic spread, and cultural influence of religion in Late Antiquity A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity offers an authoritative and comprehensive survey of religion in Late Antiquity. This historical era spanned from the second century to the eighth century of the Common Era. With contributions from leading scholars in the field, the Companion explores the evolution and development of religion and the role various religions played in the cultural, political, and social transformations of the late antique period. The authors examine the theories and methods used in the study of religion during this period, consider the most notable historical developments, and reveal how religions spread geographically. The authors also review the major religious traditions that emerged in Late Antiquity and include reflections on the interaction of these religions within their particular societies and cultures. This important Companion: Brings together in one volume the work of a notable team of international scholars Explores the principal geographical divisions of the late antique world Offers a deep examination of the predominant religions of Late Antiquity Examines established views in the scholarly assessment of the religions of Late Antiquity Includes information on the current trends in late-antique scholarship on religion Written for scholars and students of religion, A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity offers a comprehensive survey of religion and the influence religion played in the culture, politics, and social change during the late antique period.
An Introduction to the Enemies of Grace and the Conspiracy of Lost Souls Stuart Squires. Dechow, Jon. Dogma and Mysticism in Early Christianity: Epiphanius of ... In Studia Patristica: Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica, XXX, ...
Author: Stuart Squires
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The Pelagian Controversy (411–431) was one of the most important theological controversies in the history of Christianity. It was a bitter and messy affair in the evening of the Roman Empire that addressed some of the most important questions that we ask about ourselves: Who are we? What does it mean to be a human being? Are we good, or are we evil? Are we burdened by an uncontrollable impulse to sin? Do we have free will? It was comprised by a group of men who were some of the greatest thinkers of Late Antiquity, such as Augustine, Jerome, John Cassian, Pelagius, Caelestius, and Julian of Eclanum. These men were deeply immersed in the rich Roman literary and intellectual traditions of that time, and they, along with many other great minds of this period, tried to create equally rich Christian literary and intellectual traditions. This controversy—which is usually of interest only to historians and theologians of Christianity—should be appreciated by a wide audience because it was the primary event that shaped the way Christians came to understand the human person for the next 1,600 years. It is still relevant today because anthropological questions continue to haunt our public discourse.
Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica (Studia Patristica 30; Leuven: Peeters, 1997), 8–12; Ausloos/Lemmelijn, “Canticles as Allegory?”, 42–47 argue for the priority of the reading preserved in LXX, whereas G. Garbini, ...
Author: Dries De Crom
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
Dries De Crom intends to stimulate the cross-fertilization of Septuagint Studies and Translation Studies, particularly the theoretical framework of Descriptive Translation Studies (DTS). It engages with concepts and theories from DTS in order to demonstrate their applicability to the study of the Septuagint. The aim is not to replace the established methods of Septuagint Studies, but rather to show that they are fully compatible with descriptive approaches to translation. The greater part of the volume is dedicated to a meticulous verse-by-verse comparison between the LXX and MT texts of Song of Songs. As there is at present no full critical edition of the Greek texts of Song of Songs, due attention is given to the most important witnesses to the pre-Hexaplaric text. The textual study engages with matters of translation technique, textual criticism, linguistic interference and the interpretation of LXX Song of Songs. On the basis of this textual analysis, the volume explores the question of Kaige-Theodotion and LXX Song of Song’s relation to it, as well as the peculiar textual-linguistic profile of LXX Songs of Songs, against the background of translational norms, interference, interlanguage and literary code.
Author: Massimo MastrogregoriPublish On: 2002-01-01
Historica, Theologica et Philosophica, Critica et PhilOIOgica. V01. 30. Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. Vol. 31. Preaching, Secon cent., Tertullian to Amobius, Egypt before Nicaea. Vol. 32. Athanasius and his opponents, ...
Author: Massimo Mastrogregori
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Annually published since 1930, the International bibliography of Historical Sciences (IBOHS) is an international bibliography of the most important historical monographs and periodical articles published throughout the world, which deal with history from the earliest to the most recent times. The works are arranged systematically according to period, region or historical discipline, and within this classification alphabetically. The bibliography contains a geographical index and indexes of persons and authors.
on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 1995: Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. Studia Patristica 30. Leuven: Peeters, 314–318. McGowan, A. 1999. Ascetic Eucharists: Food and Drink in Early Christian Ritual Meals.
Author: Jonathan Ben-Dov
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Time has always held a fascination for human beings, who have attempted to relate to it and to make sense of it, constructing and deconstructing it through its various prisms, since time cannot be experienced in an unmediated way. This book answers the needs of a growing community of scholars and readers who are interested in this interaction. It offers a series of innovative studies by both senior and younger experts on various aspects of the construction of time in antiquity. Some articles in this book contain visual material published for the first time, while other studies update the field with new theories or apply new approaches to relevant sources. Within the study of antiquity, the book covers the disciplines of Classics and Ancient History, Assyriology, Egyptology, Ancient Judaism, and Early Christianity, with thematic contributions on rituals, festivals, astronomy, calendars, medicine, art, and narrative.
Church: essays in Honour of D. Vincent Twomey SVD, eds J.E. Rutherford and D. Woods (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2012), 116–34. Mackay, T.W., 'Augustine and Gregory the Great in Bede's ... Biblica et Apocrypha, ascetica, liturgica, ed.
Author: Peter Darby
Bede (c. 673-735) was Anglo-Saxon England’s most prominent scholar, and his body of work is among the most important intellectual achievements of the entire Middle Ages. Bede and the Future brings together an international group of Bede scholars to examine a number of questions about Bede’s attitude towards, and ideas about, the time to come. This encompasses the short-term future (Bede’s own lifetime and the time soon after his death) and the end of time. Whilst recognising that these temporal perspectives may not be completely distinct, the volume shows how Bede’s understanding of their relationship undoubtedly changed over the course of his life. Each chapter examines a distinct aspect of the subject, whilst at the same time complementing the other essays, resulting in a comprehensive and coherent volume. In so doing the volume asks (and answers) new questions about Bede and his ideas about the future, and will undoubtedly stimulate further research in this field.
Gruen, E.S., Heritage and Hellenism: The Reinvention of Jewish Tradition (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998). Gurtner, D.M., Exodus: A ... XXX, Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica (Leuven: Peeters, 1997), pp. 114–19.
Author: James K Aitken
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The Septuagint is the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible and the scriptures read by early Christians. Septuagint studies have been a growth field in the past twenty years. It has become an area of interest not only for textual criticism of the Hebrew Bible but as a product of Judaism in the Graeco-Roman world. It is even being utilized occasionally by scholars of Greek religion. At the same time renewed interest in the daughter versions (Syriac, Vulgate, Ethiopic, Coptic etc.) has thrown new attention onto the Septuagint. This Companion provides a cutting-edge survey of scholarly opinion on the Septuagint text of each biblical book. It covers the characteristics of each Septuagint book, its translation features, origins, text-critical problems and history. As such it provides a comprehensive companion to the Septuagint, featuring contributions from experts in the field.
The reasons why the pilgrim festivals attracted people to Jerusalem were manifold, and agrarian implications of the actual ... International Conference on Patristic Studies Held in Oxford 1995: Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica, ...
Author: Richard W. Bishop
Preaching after Easter examines the festal history and homiletics of Mid-Pentecost, Ascension, and Pentecost in the late-antique Mediterranean world. Methodologically rigorous studies of important sermons and preachers are complemented by attention to Jewish-Christian dialogue, art-historical reception, and contemporary liturgical theology.
Studia Patristica: Cappadocian Fathers, Chrysostom and His Greek Contemporaries, Augustine, Donatism and Pelagianism. Vol. 22. Leuven: Peeters, 1989. ———, ed. Studia Patristica: Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. Vol. 30.
Author: Samantha L. Miller
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
References to demons and the devil permeate the rhetoric of John Chrysostom, the "golden-tongued" early church preacher and theologian. Samantha Miller examines Chrysostom's theology and world, helping us understand the role of demons in his soteriology and exploring what it means to be human and to follow Christ in a world of temptation.
Pages 259–64 in Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. edited by elizabeth a. livingstone. stPatr 30 leuven: Peeters, 1997. royse, James. Scribal Habits in Early Greek New Testament Papyri. nttsd 36. leiden: Brill, 2007. rücker, ...
Author: Jennifer S. Wyant
Publisher: SBL Press
Explore a tale of two sisters Beyond Mary or Martha: Reclaiming Ancient Models of Discipleship dives into the complicated reception history of Mary and Martha of Bethany, who have been at the center of many debates for almost two thousand years. Jennifer S. Wyant begins her study with a close reading of the sisters’ first encounter with Jesus in Luke 10:38-42, then moves on to patristic, medieval, and modern interpretations of that narrative. Wyant tracks how Mary and Martha both became paradigms of discipleship, revealing the inherent tension within Christianity between contemplative practices and acts of service. By placing ancient debates alongside more modern ones, she argues that, contrary to discussions today within academic and religious circles, gender is not the most important aspect of their story. Features: A thorough examination of the textual variants in the passage to show how variants affected interpretation throughout history Interpretations from medieval women and their contributions to interpretation of Mary and Martha A visual exegesis of the art representing the passage throughout history
Author: John Rufus (Bishop of Maiuma)Publish On: 2008
Helena Augusta: The Mother of Constantine the Great and the Legend of Her Finding of the True Cross. Leiden: Brill, 1992. Duval, Rubens, ed. ... 176–82 in Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. Vol. 2 of Studia patristica: Papers ...
Author: John Rufus (Bishop of Maiuma)
Publisher: Society of Biblical Lit
This book makes available for the first time in English important works by the anti-Chalcedonian historian and biographer John Rufus on Peter the Iberian, Theodosius of Jerusalem, and Abba Romanus, three key figures of the Christian history of Palestine in the fifth and early sixth centuries C.E. The work offers a new critical edition of the Syriac text; the first-ever published English translation; a substantial introduction to Palestinian monasticism, the christological controversies of the time, and the life and writings of John Rufus; and ample annotations to a Syriac text whose Greek original is no longer available. By providing access to the Christian landscape (literally and metaphorically) in late antique and early Byzantine times, this volume offers a valuable counterbalance from a minority perspective to the biographical and historical writings of the Chalcedonian apologist Cyril of Scythopolis.
Therefore, once they have emptied and lowered themselves, as they were exalted in the beginning, the instinct oflust (ܐܓܪܕ ܐܕ) is uprooted from them. ... Studia Patristica: Biblica Et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica, vol.
Author: Kristian S. Heal
Publisher: CUA Press
This collection of sixteen new critical essays offers fresh perspectives on the Book of Steps, adding greater detail and depth to our understanding of the work's intriguing picture of early Syriac asceticism as practiced within the life of a local church and community.
Biblica et Apocrypha , Ascetica , Liturgica , ed . E. A. Livingstone , pp . 337–49 . Leuven . Williams , R. ( 1993 ) . " Baptism and the Arian Controversy . " In Arianism After Arius : Essays on the Development of the Fourth Century ...
Author: Raymond Van Dam
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
"Van Dam's exploration . . . makes for fascinating reading and should provoke fruitful debate."—Choice
Biblica et Apocrypha , Ascetica , Liturgica . Leuven : Peeters , 120– 125 . ZELZER ( K. ) 1986. Basili Regula . A Rufino latine versa . Wien : Hölder - PichlerTempsky ( Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorum 86 ) .
Author: Clemens Leonhard
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
Ishodad of Merw (9th century), like other East Syrian exegetes, understands himself as an heir of Theodore of Mopsuestia's (died 428) approach to biblical interpretation. The study examines this claim in one of the rare cases where the Syriac translation of Theodore's commentary (on Ps 119 and 139-147) is extant. Ishodad emerges as a competent representative of his scholastic tradition working creatively with his scientific tools. Ishodad's commentary shows traces of Theodore's in less than a third of the verses explained. This reflects the development of medieval academic exegesis and the changed expectations towards biblical interpretation and its presentation. In its highly abbreviated style, Ishodad's commentary shows that it was written for a learned audience for whom one could reduce one's explanations to their essential parts. The study of Ishodad's commentary provides a glimpse into East-Syrian scholarship in Abbasid Mesopotamia as mediating between different exegetical traditions and biblical translations.
Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica. Leuven: Peeters (StPatr 30), 120-125. Young, Norman H. 2003. “'The Use of Sunday for Meetings of Believers in the New Testament”: A Response' In: NT 45, 111-122. Yuval, Israel Jacob 1995/96.
Author: Clemens Leonhard
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Die Studie arbeitet die wichtigsten aktuellen Fragen zur frühen Geschichte von Pesach- und Osterfest auf und wirft neues Licht auf die Entwicklung dieser Feste. So zeigt der Autor, dass Exodus 12 einen ätiologischen Hintergrund des Pilgerfestes zur Zeit des Zweiten Tempels gibt. Anhand relevanter Texte (Pesach-Haggada, das „Gedicht der vier Nächte” aus der palästinischen Targum-Tradition, Ostervigil) weist die Studie nach, dass das christliche Osterfest als Reaktion auf das jüdische Pesach im 2. Jahrhundert n.Chr. entstanden ist und die Entwicklung des Oster-Sonntags diesem Brauch folgt.
Jewish and Christian Manuscript Culture, Textual Fluidity, and New Philology Liv Ingeborg Lied, Hugo Lundhaug ... Pages 455–67 in Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica: Papers Presented at the Twelfth International Conference on ...
Author: Liv Ingeborg Lied
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Scholars of early Christian and Jewish literature have for many years focused on interpreting texts in their hypothetical original forms and contexts, while largely overlooking important aspects of the surviving manuscript evidence and the culture that produced it. This volume of essays seeks to remedy this situation by focusing on the material aspects of the manuscripts themselves and the fluidity of textual transmission in a manuscript culture. With an emphasis on method and looking at texts as they have been used and transmitted in manuscripts, this book discusses how we may deal with textual evidence that can often be described as mere snapshots of fluid textual traditions that have been intentionally adapted to fit ever-shifting contexts. The emphasis of the book is on the contexts and interests of users and producers of texts as they appear in our surviving manuscripts, rather than on original authors and their intentions, and the essays provide both important correctives to former textual interpretations, as well as new insights into the societies and individuals that copied and read the texts in the manuscripts that have actually been preserved to us.
... S. Alexe, “Le discernement selon Saint Jean Cassien,” in Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica, Studia Patristica 30 (1997): 129–135; Anthony D. Rich, Discernment in the Desert Fathers: Diákrisis in the Life and Thought of Early ...
Author: Susan Schreiner
Publisher: Oxford University Press
The topic of certitude is much debated today. On one side, commentators such as Charles Krauthammer urge us to achieve "moral clarity." On the other, those like George Will contend that the greatest present threat to civilization is an excess of certitude. To address this uncomfortable debate, Susan Schreiner turns to the intellectuals of early modern Europe, a period when thought was still fluid and had not yet been reified into the form of rationality demanded by the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Schreiner argues that Europe in the sixteenth century was preoccupied with concerns similar to ours; both the desire for certainty -- especially religious certainty -- and warnings against certainty permeated the earlier era. Digging beneath overt theological and philosophical problems, she tackles the underlying fears of the period as she addresses questions of salvation, authority, the rise of skepticism, the outbreak of religious violence, the discernment of spirits, and the ambiguous relationship between appearance and reality. In her examination of the history of theological polemics and debates (as well as other genres), Schreiner sheds light on the repeated evaluation of certainty and the recurring fear of deception. Among the texts she draws on are Montaigne's Essays, the mystical writings of Teresa of Avila, the works of Reformation fathers William of Occam, Luther, Thomas Muntzer, and Thomas More; and the dramas of Shakespeare. The result is not a book about theology, but rather about the way in which the concern with certitude determined the theology, polemics and literature of an age.
In Biblica et Apocrypha, Ascetica, Liturgica, edited by Elizabeth A. Livingstone, 389–94. Studia Patristica 30. Louvain: Peeters, 1997. ———. “Did the Apostolic Church Baptise Babies? A Seismological Approach.
Author: Anthony G. Siegrist
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
At a time when the fractious legacy of the Protestant Reformation is coming under new scrutiny, Anthony Siegrist explores the implications of ecumenism for believers' baptism. Writing from within the tradition of the Radical Reformation, he challenges dominant ecclesiological assumptions and argues that this central practice needs to be reconstrued. Siegrist works constructively to develop a concrete account of believers' baptism that attends closely to the dynamics of divine initiation. Siegrist deliberately stretches the traditional Anabaptist conversation to include not just expected voices like Yoder and Marpeck, but also luminaries from the broader Christian tradition; Barth, Bonhoeffer, and a variety of ancient sources are creatively engaged. The intent of Participating Witness is eminently practical, but its argumentation is carried out with theological rigor.