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eBook Apostolikos thronos: The primacy of Rome as reflected in the Church history of Eusebius and the historico-apologetic writings of Saint Athanasius the Great (Munsterische Beitrage zur Theologie) ePub

by Vincent Twomey

  • ISBN: 3402039540
  • Category: Theology
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Vincent Twomey
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Aschendorff (1982)
  • Pages: 623
  • ePub book: 1167 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1807 kb
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It was written in Koine Greek, and survives also in Latin, Syriac and Armenian manuscripts. The result was the first full-length historical narrative written from a Christian point of view.

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Eusebius didn't need the letters of Dionysius to give him the idea that God supported just kings and subverted wicked ones (FCH, p. 126). The scheme is already expressed in Melito of Sardis, quoted by Eusebius in HE . 6. 7, as Chesnut acknowledges, and derives from Christian attitudes deeply rooted in Scripture.

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Twomey V. Apostolikos Thronos: The Primacy of Rome as Reflected in the Church History of Eusebius and the al Writings of Saint Athanasius the Great, Münster, 1982. 24. Waarden . van. 2014 Priscillian of Avila’s Liber ad Damasum and the Inability to Handle a Conflict, in Geljon A. Roukema R. (ed. Violence in Ancient Christianity: Victims and Perpetrators, Leiden, 2014 (Vigiliae Christianae Supplements, vol. 125), pp. 132–150. Information about the author.

In book 2, where the history of the Church proper begins, Eusebius writes a story based on. .

In book 2, where the history of the Church proper begins, Eusebius writes a story based on what he holds as Scripture and he confirms some elements of it by drawing on Jewish and Christian non-canonical texts. In the following books, he draws on "ecclesiastical writers", viz. the authors he considers as orthodox. A causal nexus between the universal spread of the pre-paschal Quadragesima and the rise of Paschal baptism in Alexandria cannot be proven, even though from the middle of the fourth century onwards Quadragesima increasingly coincides with the intensive phase of baptismal instruction in many places.