«THE DEMONS SUGGEST AN ILLUSION OF GOD'S GLORY IN A FORM»: CONTROVERSY OVER THE DIVINE BODY AND VISION OF GLORY IN SOME LATE FOURTH, EARLY FIFTH CENTURY MONASTIC LITERATURE

in Scrinium

The article investigate the monastic anthropomorphites of Egypt seeing them as the heirs of an ancient, non-Hellenic, Jewish visionary tradition, a tradition rendered anachronistic by the theological settlement of Nicea. By examining certain works of fourth-century monasticism, the article seeks to trace the outlines of this tradition, both in its advocates and in its critics.

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«THE DEMONS SUGGEST AN ILLUSION OF GOD'S GLORY IN A FORM»: CONTROVERSY OVER THE DIVINE BODY AND VISION OF GLORY IN SOME LATE FOURTH, EARLY FIFTH CENTURY MONASTIC LITERATURE

in Scrinium

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