Der Abfassungszweck des sogenannten Haereticarum fabularum compendium des Theodoret von Kyrrhos

Teil I: Der Abfassungszweck der Schrift

in Vigiliae Christianae
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The date of origin, the addressee and the intended purpose of Theodoret’s of Cyrrhus so-called Haereticarum fabularum compendium demonstrate the profound connection of the writing to the christological dispute between 448 and 452. The significance of the text for the history of heresies and for the reconstruction of texts of Early Christianity is therefore small.

Vigiliae Christianae

A Review of Early Christian Life and Language

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Hieronymus, De viris illustribus 91. Eusebius von Emesa stammt aus Edessa; vgl. Simonetti, Eusebius (o. Anm. 14) 301.

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Bezeugt von Epiphanius, haer. 66,21,3. Es ist unklar, ob Theodoret diese Nachricht von dort hat. Die Schrift wird auch von Photius, bibl. cod. 85 (2,9f Henry), genannt.

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Epiphanius, haer. 64. Die Häresie geht von Origenes auf Arius und die Anhomöer über; zu Epiphanius als Origeneskritiker vgl. zuletzt M. Demura, Origen after the Origenist Controversy: Christians Shaping Identity from the Roman Empire to Byzantium. Studies Inspired by P. Allen, ed. by G.D. Dunn/W. Mayer = Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae 132 (Leiden/Boston 2015) 117-139.

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