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eBook Palladius of Helenopolis: The Origenist Advocate (Oxford Early Christian Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 0199696969
  • Author: Demetrios S. Katos
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 13, 2012)
  • Pages: 288 pages
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978 0 19 969696 3 Palladius of Helenopolis. The Origenist advocate. Oxford Early Christian Studies.

978 0 19 969696 3 Palladius of Helenopolis. Pp. xix + 236. Oxford–New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.

This book examines the life, work, and thought of Palladius of. .Demetrios S. Katos, author Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Hellenic College, MA. More Less.

This book examines the life, work, and thought of Palladius of Helenopolis (c. The book examines Palladius' role as an advocate on behalf of John Chrysostom, and it employs late antique theories of judicial rhetoric and argumentation (issue or stasis theory), the significance of which is only now becoming apparent to late antique scholars, and elicits new insights from the Dialogue regarding the controversy that resulted in the death of John Chrysostom.

By Demetrios S. Katos. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Palladius of Helenopolis: The Origenist Advocate. By Demetrios S.

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Palladius of Helenopolis book. Start by marking Palladius of Helenopolis: The Origenist Advocate as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Katos employs late antique theories of judicial rhetoric and argumentation, theories whose significance is only now becoming apparent to late antique scholars, to elicit new insights from the Dialogue regarding the controversy that resulted in the death of John Chrysostom.

Demetrios S. Katos employs late antique theories of judicial rhetoric and . The study will also be valuable for scholars of late antiquity working in the areas of asceticism, spirituality, pilgrimage, hagiography, an. The study will also be valuable for scholars of late antiquity working in the areas of asceticism, spirituality, pilgrimage, hagiography, and early Christian constructions of gender, for all of which Palladius' works are important sources.

Philip Rousseau, "Demetrios S. Katos, Palladius of Helenopolis: The Origenist Advocate," The Journal of Religion 93, no. 3 (July 2013): 381-382.

The Origenist advocate. According to Katos, Palladius’ Lausiac history did not wax romantically about asceticism’s past glory days, but continued the fight. Responding to Jerome’s criticism of him and other Origenists, Palladius used the Lausiac history to praise the Origenist ascetic life and its theology, deeply indebted to Origen and above all Evagrius Ponticus. Published: 22 August 2012. by Oxford University Press (OUP). in The Journal of Theological Studies. The Journal of Theological Studies, Volume 63, pp 732-734; doi:10.

This book is the first monograph devoted to the life, work, and thought of Palladius of Helenopolis (ca. 362-420), an important witness of Christianity in late antiquity. Palladius' Dialogue on the Life of St. John Chrysostom and his Lausiac History are key sources for our knowledge of John Chrysostom's downfall and of the Origenist controversy, and they both provide rich information concerning many notable ecclesiastical personalities such as John Chrysostom, Theophilus of Alexandria, Jerome, Evagrius of Pontus, Melania the Elder, Isidore of Alexandria, and the Tall Brothers. Demetrios S. Katos employs late antique theories of judicial rhetoric and argumentation, theories whose significance is only now becoming apparent to late antique scholars, to elicit new insights from the Dialogue regarding the controversy that resulted in the death of John Chrysostom. He also demonstrates that the Lausiac History deliberately promoted to the imperial court of Pulcheria a spiritual theology that was indebted to his guide Evagrius and more broadly to the legacy of Origen, despite Jerome's recent attacks against both. Palladius emerges from this account not merely as a peripatetic monk, his own preferred self-portrait that has prevailed in most modern accounts, but as an ecclesiastical statesman who passionately supported both the causes and ideas of his associates in the most pressing controversies of his day.The study will also be valuable for scholars of late antiquity working in the areas of asceticism, spirituality, pilgrimage, hagiography, and early Christian constructions of gender, for all of which Palladius' works are important sources.
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