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’Émèse , 2: 318. 41) Buytaert, Eusèbe d’Émèse , 2: 318. 42) Buytaert, L’héritage , 22.* 43) Robert E. Winn, “The Church of Virgins and Martyrs: Ecclesiastical Identity in the Sermons of Eusebius of Emesa,” Journal of Early Christian Studies 11,3 (2003) 316. 44) Winn, “Church of Virgins and

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follows that in the edition of E.M. Buytaert, Eusèbe d’Émèse: Discours conservés en Latin . 2 Vols. (Louvain, 1957). The passage from the sermon in question are volume 2, pp. 187-194. 17 Robert E. Winn, “The Church of Virgins and Martyrs: Ecclesiastical Identity in the Sermons of Eusebius of Emesa

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.-A. Vannier, ‘L’apport du Sermon Dolbeau 26 ’ (331-337); O. Velasquez, ‘From Dubitatio to Securitas : Augustine’s Confessions in the context of uncertainty’ (338-341); R.E. Winn, ‘The Moral and Intellectual Failure of Divine Inspiration in Augustine’s De Ordine ’ (342-347); D.F. Wright, ‘ Non posse peccare in

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Buytaert’s argument ‘per- suasive, but not conclusive’ (p. 135). Both Klein, Die Argumentation 46 and Robert Everett Winn, ‘The Theology of Eusebius of Emesa’ (Ph.D. diss., Catholic University of America, 2001) 19 think the text is lost. 39) Theodoret, Haereticarum fabularum compendium 1,26 (PG 83, 381

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- tion princeps de Mesnart (B), publi6e à Paris en 1545, et par celle de Gelenius (1550), qui disposait aussi d'un autre manuscrit. M. Munier offre ici le texte 6tabli par Dom Dekkers pour le Corpus Christianorum (avec quelques corrections). Dans le deuxieme volume on trouve le commentaire, qui consiste

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titles of the Armenian sermons will be given in their Latin version as listed in CPG , 3531. THE NATURAL WORLD IN THE SERMONS OF EUSEBIUS OF EMESA  ROBERT E. WINN A  : In his extant sermons, Eusebius of Emesa rejected the use of nat- ural analogies, such as the sun and its light, to clarify the

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