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Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia
Francis Aloysius Sullivan
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|Series||Analecta Gregoriana, v. 82. Series Facultatis Theologicae, Sectio B, n. 29|
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|Pagination||viii, 299 p.|
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The most famous representative of the school of Antioch, Theodore of Mopsuestia, penned a number of commentaries on biblical books in both the Old and New Testaments. This volume offers not only an introduction to Theodore’s life and work, but also the first modern-language translation of his commentaries on Paul’s minor epistles (Galatians–Philemon). The English translation is. Theodore of Mopsuestia stands out as an influential figure well situated to observe and contribute to the Christianization of the Roman Empire during the late-fourth and early-fifth centuries. He was born into a well-to-do family in the city of Antioch (Antakya in southern Turkey) around the year AD
This book consists of three main thrusts. In the first (chapter 2), I seek to define and illustratetheōriain two primary Antiochene church fathers—Theodore of Mopsuestia and Theodoret of Cyrus—of the fourth and fifth centuries.¹ In the second (chapters 3–4), I unpack this research in order to understand how these two Antiochenes locate links between the OT and the NT, as well as. Theodore’s Christology exercised a more direct and eventful influence on the doctrine of his (mediate) disciple Nestorius (q.v.). The contemporary polemics against Arianism and Apollinarianism led the Antiochenes (Diodorus, Theodore, and Nestorius) to emphasize energetically the perfect Divinity and the unimpaired Humanity of Christ, and to.
Antiochene Theoria in the Writings of Theodore of Mopsuestia and Theodoret of Cyrus () by Richard J. Perhai Hear about sales, receive special offers & more. You can unsubscribe at any : Fortress Press. Born in Antioch circa AD, Theodore served as priest and eventual Bishop of the city of Mopsuestia. A disciple of Diodore of Tarsus (who also mentored John Chrysostom), Theodore became an important tour de force in the Antiochene school of exegesis. As Theodore was a teacher to Nestorious, many of his works were condemned posthumously at the Second Council of Constantinople (the Fifth Brand: IVP Academic.
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OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: The present state of the question --New interest in Theodore of Mopsuestia --Traditional views on Theodore of Mopsuestia --Recent discussions of Theodore's christology --The reliability of the fragments found in resources hostile to Theodore --The contents of the hostile florilegia --The theory of the common florilegium.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA'S SYRIAC Commentary on the Gospel of John comes out of the most mature period of his life.
(1) The Commentary contains all the major facets of his trinitarian theology, Christology, and soteriology, especially the central roles the Holy Spirit plays in the union of Christ's nature, the sacraments of baptism and Eucharist, and in forming the Body of Christ.
Get this from a library. Manhood and Christ: a study in the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia. [Richard A Norris, Jr.]. Christology: Theodore of Mopsuestia. In this article I will explain the Christology of fourth century theologian Theodore of Mopsuestia, which contrasts with the Christology of his contemporary Apollinaris of Laodicea.I will explore three aspects of Theodore’s Christology: 1) the relationship between divine and human in Christ; 2) the connection of this divine-human relationship to salvation.
ANNOTATIONS ON THE CHRISTOLOGY OF THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA JOHN L. MCKENZIE, SJ. West Baden College FRANCIS A. SULLIVAN, S J., o f the Gregorian University, has given us a new synthesis of the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia.1 This synthesis is the first to appear since the article of Amann inFile Size: 2MB.
The Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia. Posted on October 3, by tgenloe. Theodore, Bishop of Mopsuestia, lived from A friend of John Chrysostom, he was a proponent of the Antiochene school of biblical exegesis, which focused heavily on what might today be called the “grammatical-historical” interpretation of the text.
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vol. 82 Issue 29 of Analecta Gregoriana: Series Facultatis Theologiae The Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia, Francis Aloysius Sullivan: Author: Francis Aloysius.
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McNamara, "The Problem of Theodore of Mopsuestia," Irish Theological Quarterly 24 (): Richard A. Norris, Manhood and Christ: A Study in the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia. London: Oxford University Press, + J.
Quasten, "The Liturgical Mysticism of Theodore of Mopsuestia," Theological Studies 15 (): Theodore Of Mopsuestia, (born c.Antioch, Syria—died /, Mopsuestia, Cilicia [now part of Turkey]), Syrian theologian, considered the greatest biblical interpreter of his time and the spiritual head of the exegetical School of Antioch.
Theodore studied under the celebrated sophist and rhetorician Libanius with his friend John Chrysostom, who in influenced him to become an ascetic. Both Augustine and Theodore of Mopsuestia reject the Old Testament revelatory and epistemological foundation of New Testament Christology and Triadology.
[ ] However, the bishop of Hippo had a legalistic and authoritarian understanding of the Church's dogmas, accepting them at first on faith, and then trying hard the rest of his life to.
Theodore's Christology exercised a more direct and eventful influence on the doctrine of his (mediate) disciple Nestorius.
The contemporary polemics against Arianism and Apollinarianism led the Antiochenes (Diodorus, Theodore, and Nestorius) to emphasize energetically the perfect Divinity and the unimpaired Humanity of Christ, and to separate.
^ "Theodore of Mopsuestia." at the Catholic Encyclopedia. Accessed Nov. 2, ^ n, Patrology, vol. 3; article on Theodore of Mopsuestia ^ The Encyclopædia britannica "Possibly Universalists are apt to quote in their favour all who in any degree show themselves, to use Augustine's word, more merciful.
Certainly a long list of. Approximately half of the book is devoted to the history of the process leading to the condemnation, and the remainder ta a review of the sources (), to a study of Theodore's exegetical method (), to an exposition of Theodore's doctrinal system (), of which only nine pages ( ) are devoted to the Incarnation and Christology.
The most famous representative of the school of Antioch, Theodore of Mopsuestia penned a number of commentaries on biblical books in both Testaments. This volume offers not only an introduction to Theodore s life and work but also the first modern-language translation of his commentaries on Paul s minor epistles (Galatians Philemon).Author: Rowan A.
Greer. Bishop of Mopsuestia in Cilicia and ecclesiastical writer; b. at Antioch about (thus also known as Theodore of Antioch), of wealthy and prominent parents; d. According to Syrian sources Theodore was the cousin of the somewhat younger Nestorius (Nestle, op. cit.
in bibliography); Polychromius, afterwards Bishop of Apamea, was a brother of Theodore. Second, that the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia, as read as an expression of this School, is orthodox by the Chalcedonian standard.
Included in the Appendices are complete translations of Mar Narsai’s 16th and 35th Metrical Sermons, on human nature and the Trinity, respectively, as well as of his “Dialogue Between the Watcher & Mary.”.
Second, that the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia, as read as an expression of this School, is orthodox by the Chalcedonian standard.
Included in the Appendices are complete translations of Mar Narsai's 16th and 35th Metrical Sermons, on human nature and the Trinity, respectively, as well as of his "Dialogue Between the Watcher & Mary."5/5(2).
works on Theodore were a posthumous work by Rudolf Bultmann, Die Exegese des Theodor von Mopsuestia (),13 Dimitri Z. Zaharoupolos’s book on Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Bible: A Study of His Old Testa- ment Exegesis ()14 and then my own The Image of God in the Antio- chene Tradition ()15 which focused primarily on Theodore’s under- standing of the “image of God” and.
Norris, Richard A.Manhood and Christ: a study in the Christology of Theodore of Mopsuestia / by R.A. Norris Clarendon Press Oxford Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.Theodore of Mopsuestia was born in Antioch, A.D.and died or He ranked next to Origen in the esteem of the ancient church.
For nearly fifty years he maintained the cause of the church in controversy with various classes of assailants, and throughout his life his orthodoxy was regarded as .THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA (c.
), early Christian theologian, the most eminent representative of the so-called school of Antioch, was born at Antioch about the middle of the 4th century and was a friend of John Chrysostom; in rhetoric the celebrated Libanius was his teacher.
Soon, however, he attached himself to the school of the great exegete and ascetic, Diodorus, a presbyter in Antioch.