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eBook Theophilus of Antioch epub
  • ISBN: 0739101323
  • Author: Rick Rogers
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: World
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lexington Books (May 24, 2000)
  • Pages: 208 pages
  • ePUB size: 1391 kb
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Theophilus of Antioch. Theophilus, Apologia ad Autolycum, Book II, Chapter 15. ^ Rick Rogers Theophilus of Antioch: the life and thought of a second-century bishop p57. ^ iii. 13, 14.

Theophilus of Antioch. There is also a Theophilus of Alexandria (c. 412CE). Saint Theophilus of Antioch. Theophilus of Antioch from the Nuremberg Chronicle.

Rick Rogers, Theophilus of Antioch (Lexington Books 2000). Theophilus of Antioch. Early Christian Writings. Recommended Books for the Study of Early Christian Writings. Information on Theophilus of Antioch.

Theophilus of Antioch book. Rick Rogers seeks to redress this gap, offering a fuller analysis of the rhetoric and focus of Theophilus's theological system as it is manifest in Ad Autolycum. Theophilus of Antioch was a second-century Syrian bishop who sought. Rogers concludes that Theophilus's thought may have been closer to the emphasis of Hellenistic Judaism than was any other form of New Testament or early Christianity. His book will hold strong appeal for scholars and students of early Christianity.

Books online: Theophilus of Antioch: The Life and Thought of a Second-Century Bishop, 2000, Fishpond. Rick Rogers teaches in the Department of History and Philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. Write your question below

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Bishop Theophilus wrote three documents collectively called To Autolycus. Generally treated as apology, they are examined here as protreptic literature going well beyond merely defending faith to promoting a world and life view.

Bishop Theophilus wrote three documents collectively called To Autolycus. Furthermore, these works have convinced some scholars to regard Theophilus as a Jewish-Christian thinker View. Theophilus of Antioch was a second-century Syrian bishop who sought to promote in three books, collectively kn. ISBN10 : 0739101323, ISBN13 : 9780739101322.

Rogers, Rick, Theophilus of Antioch: The Life and Thought of a Second Century Bishop (Oxford: Lexington Books, 2000). Rogers, Rick, Theophilus of Antioch , Expository Times 12. (2009) : 214-224. Other sources connected with this document: Text. How to quote this page. ch-autolycus-i11 Visited: Fri, 09/27/2019 - 11:53.

Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. One needs more about his literary habits, and while Professor Rogers, author of this interesting study, says,"it is fun to notice how Theophilus insistently claims that pagan thinkers are often, what I would call,& kleptomaniacs"' (p. 134), he seems to neglect Theophilus' own reliance on anthologies with slight reference to primary texts, except for some Homer and Hesiod, possibly. a little Plato, and some minor specialties. Jerome's judgment on his books as edifying (p. 8) proves little since he had not read them. The life and thought of a second-century bishop. Lanham, MA–Oxford: Lexington Books, 2000. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 September 2002.

Theophilus of Antioch was a second-century Syrian bishop who sought to promote in three books, collectively known as Ad Autolycum, a moralistic form of Christianity. Given that this form of Christianity is generally considered by scholars as atypical within the early church, Theophilus has not received the same amount of attention as have other second-century theologians. Rick Rogers seeks to redress this gap, offering a fuller analysis of the rhetoric and focus of Theophilus's theological system as it is manifest in Ad Autolycum. Rogers concludes that Theophilus's thought may have been closer to the emphasis of Hellenistic Judaism than was any other form of New Testament or early Christianity. His book will hold strong appeal for scholars and students of early Christianity.
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