4 edition of Hilary of Poitiers" preface to his Opus historicum found in the catalog.
Hilary of Poitiers" preface to his Opus historicum
Saint Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by P. Smulders.|
|Series||Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae -- v.29|
|Contributions||Smulders, Pieter Frans.|
|The Physical Object|
preface definition: 1. an introduction at the beginning of a book explaining its purpose, thanking people who helped. Learn more. Meaning of preface in English. preface. noun [ C] uk. In his preface. Sep 24, · The topics are discussed with consistent thoroughness, beginning with an overview of the objectives of these preparatory chapters, namely to examine Hilary’s three-stage model of Christian life and his motivation (17 and 57–58), and a discussion of .
Sep 01, · For a helpful introduction to the context and content of this work, see Pierre Smulders, Hilary of Poitiers" Preface to his Opus Historicum (Leiden: Brill, ). () For further discussion of this point, see my "Not the Athanasius of the West: Hilary's Changing Relationship with Athanasius," Studia Patristica 42 (): The Preface to Saint Joan is one of Shaw's longer ones and presents again many of his views of the personage of Joan from a more objective point of view. The Preface is divided into forty-one sub-sections, which could be loosely divided into the following categories for discussion: (A) Sections Various Views of the Historical Joan.
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What precisely does Hilary's so-called "Opus Historicum" aim at. His Preface provides the clue. An introduction to the present edition sketches the mutilated work's discovery, tabulates its contents, and discusses problems of dating and authenticity. The English translation, which faces the Latin text, adopts some alternative readings.
The Preface is elucidated in itself, and by reference to. The aim of Hilary's so-called Opus Historicum may be found in its Preface. In this edition the Preface is presented in Latin and English and commented upon.
Get this from a library. Hilary of Poitiers' preface to his Opus historicum: translation and commentary. [Hilary, Saint Bishop of Poitiers; Pieter Frans Smulders]. TEXT in Hilary of Poitiers' Preface to his Opus Historicum. Author: P Hilary of Poitiers' Preface to his Opus Historicum Translation and Commentary Series: Vigiliae the book demonstrates the role of text as a form of imperial control over against oral tradition as a means of resistance by the marginalized peasantry or marginalized elite.
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Hilary, as the reconstruction would have it, tried to invest his political opposition with religious and theological grounds only after the Council of Sirmium ofprobably in ; it also claims that the document called the Opus Historicum reflects that initial attempt in The Opus Historicum is a valuable collection of documents from.
During the past forty years J.C.M. van Winden OFM, Emeritus Professor of Early Christian Literature at Leiden University and editor of Vigiliae Christianae, has built up an impressive body of published research on early Christian thought and related areas of Greek and Jewish philosophy. Hilary was bishop of Poitiers in west central France and was the leading orthodox Latin church father during the peak of the Arian power.
Hilary was born into a prominent pagan family of Poitiers and was educated in philosophy and rhetoric. Hilary of Poitiers' Preface to His Opus Historicum: Translation and Commentary Popularity is. Follow Hilary, Saint, Bishop of Poitiers and explore their bibliography from savilerowandco.com's Hilary, Saint, Bishop of Poitiers Author Page.
By using our website Hilary of Poitiers' Preface to his Opus Historicum. Smulders. 01 Mar Hardback. US$ Add to basket 'Christus Medicus' in der fruhchristlichen. Wickham, L.R. Hilary of Poitiers, Conflicts of Conscience and Law in the Fourth-Century Church “Against Valens and Ursacius”, the Extant Fragments, Together with His “Letter to the Emperor Constantius”.
(Liverpool ). Notes. — Hilary of Poitiers's preface to his "Opus historicum" / translation and commentary by P. Smulders, — Sancti Hilarii Pictaviensis episcopi Tractatus super psalmos / cura et studio J.
Doignon, — Commento ai Salmi / Ilario di Poitiers ; introduzione, traduzione e. Book I. The treatise begins with St. Hilary's own spiritual history, the events of which are displayed, no doubt, more logically and symmetrically in the narrative than they had occurred in the writer's experience.
He tells of the efforts of a pure and noble soul, impeded, so far as we hear, neither by unworthy desires nor by indifference, to find an adequate end and aim of life. In the beginning of the fourth book Hilary refers back to the proof furnished in the previous books, written some time ago, of the Scriptural character of his faith and of the unscriptural nature of all the heresies.
Setting aside the first book, which does not correspond to this description, we find what he describes in the second and third. Smulders, P. Hilary of Poitiers’ Preface to His “Opus Historicum.” Leiden and New York: E.
Brill, Williams, D. “A Reassessment of the Early Career and Exile of Hilary of Poitiers.” Journal of Ecclesiastical History 42 (): – ———.
“The Anti-Arian Campaigns of Author: Daniel H. Williams. Hilary of Poitiers lived in On the Trinity is written by Hilary of Poitiers, one of the few students we know to have been under the teaching of Augustine. Hilary of Poitiers lived in the unique period in history when the Church was under the throes of Arianism: the teaching that Christ was simply the /5.
Hilaire de Poitiers avant l'exil: recherches sur la naissance, l'enseignement et l'épreuve d'une foi épiscopale en Gaule au milieu du IVe siècle. Hilary, bishop of Poitiers (now in France) during the middle of the 4th Century, makes clear that Jesus’ words in the famous bread of life discourse of John 6 were given a very realistic interpretation in the patristic era immediately following the new testament period — in the sacrament of the Eucharist (Mass or holy communion) we truly eat his flesh and drink his blood.
Hilary of Poitiers (c), Bishop and Theologian, was instrumental in shaping the development of pro-Nicene theology in the West. Carl Beckwith engages the extensive scholarship on the fourth-century Trinitarian debates and brings new light on the structure and chronology of Cited by: 6.
Book VIII. Piety is necessary in a Bishop, but he needs also knowledge and dialectical skill in the face of such heresies as were rampant in Hilary's day; for the heretics outdo the orthodox in zeal, and are masters in the art of devising pitfalls for the unwary reasoner (§§ ).He maintains (§ 4) that hitherto he has established his case; and now turns, in § 5, to the Arian.the christology in hilary of poitiers commentary on matthew Download the christology in hilary of poitiers commentary on matthew or read online here in PDF or EPUB.
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