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The Philocalia of Origen , a fourth-century compilation of select passages from the writings of Origen of Alexandria, is no doubt among the most enigmatic of early Christian texts. 1 Scholars have yet to come to any true consensus regarding the identity of its editor(s), the time and place of

In: Vigiliae Christianae
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gewonnen werden, auch für die Stellen, für die der griech. Originaltext nicht erhalten ist. Die editio princeps erschien Paris 1618. J. Hönscheid Bibliography Ausg.: J. A. Robinson: The Philocalia of

in Lexikon des gesamten Buchwesens Online

Nazianzus (329/30–389/90), who compiled the Ōrigenous philokalia (Philocalia of Origen), an anthology of the writings of Origen ( ca.  185– ca.  254). 2. The main use of “Philocalia,” however, is for the Philokalia tōn hierōn nēptikōn (Philocalia of the holy sober ones

in The Encyclopedia of Christianity Online

/Weiser, 2008. Markus, r. A. “the Problem of self-definition: From sect to Church.” in The Shaping of Christianity in the Second and Third Centuries, ed. e. P. sanders, 1–15. Philadelphia: For- tress Press, 1980. origen. The Philocalia of Origen. Greek text with english introduction and indices by J. Armitage

In: Francis Mercury van Helmont's Sketch of Christian Kabbalism

law 67, 91, 164nxxxiv origen 117, 165nxliii original sin 13, 20, 25, 101–105, 131 Pardes Rimmonim 6, 9, 10 Parẓuf (s.), Parẓufim (pl.). See physiognomy, physiognomies Passover 155 Phaedo 115, 165nxxxix, 167–8nlxii Philaster, Bishop of Brixia 119, 166nliv Philo of alexandria 115, 165nxl Philocalia of

In: Francis Mercury van Helmont's Sketch of Christian Kabbalism

–219. l. st. Basil: Basilius, Bishop of Caesaria, b. 329. li. st. Gregory of nanzianze: Gregorius nanzianenus, Bishop of sasima and of Constantinople, fourth century. lii. origen, The Philocalia of Origen, Greek text with english introduc- tion and indices by J. armitage robinson (Cambridge: Cambridge

In: Francis Mercury van Helmont's Sketch of Christian Kabbalism

are given a lengthy treating here – Origen and Gregory Thaumaturgus. Basil himself was a devotee of Origen, and history remembered this well by attributing the Philocalia of Origen to a collaborative effort between him and Gregory Nazianzen. Though Neil McLynn has of late questioned this traditional

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In: Vigiliae Christianae

character of divine revelation 86; and pastoral judgments 93–95; and Philocalia of Origen 83; piety, hermeneutic of 161; Letter 101 (Letter I to Cledo- nius): understanding of substances and person of Christ “opposite” of what it is in Trinity 326; Ora- tions 9 – 12 and Holy Spirit 152; Oration 14, on love

In: God in Early Christian Thought

. In Ep. 115, Nazianzen sends to a certain Theodore a copy of “the Philocalia of Origen,” containing “excerpts of things useful for φιλόλογοι,” those who love the logos . Nazianzen in this letter, which precedes the Philocalia , does not say explicitly that this work was written by Basil and he

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Handschriften dieses Werkes und der Philokalia. Prolegomena zu einer kritischen Ausgabe (TU 6.1) (Leipzig: J. C. Hinrichs, 1889): 117- 121; J. A. Robinson, The Philocalia of Origen (Cambridge: CUP, 1893) xiii-xvii. 3 §j §pipno¤aw toË èg¤ou pneÊmatow boulÆmati toË patrÚw t«n ˜lvn diå ÉIhsoË XristoË taÊtaw

In: Vigiliae Christianae