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Early Christian lives
Includes bibliographical references (p. lv-lvii).
|Statement||translated, edited and with introductions by Carolinne White.|
|Contributions||Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373., Gregory I, Pope, ca. 540-604., Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20., Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20., Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20., Severus, Sulpicius., White, Carolinne.|
|LC Classifications||BR1710 .E37 1998, BR1706 .E37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lvii, 219 p. :|
|Number of Pages||219|
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This book is a translation of the biographies of six early monastic saints of Christianity. The particular lives - Antony, Paul of Thebes, Hilarion, Malchus, Martin of Tours and Benedict - are chosen as representatives of particular monastic styles from the early hermits to the monastic community, as generally envisioned by: 1.
About Early Christian Lives. Written between the mid-fourth and late sixth centuries to commemorate and glorify the achievements of early Christian saints, these six biographies depict men who devoted themselves to solitude, poverty and prayer. This book is a translation of the biographies of six early monastic saints of Christianity.
The particular lives - Antony, Paul of Thebes, Hilarion, Malchus, Martin of Tours and Benedict - are chosen as representatives of particular monastic styles from the early hermits to the monastic community, as generally envisioned today/5(16).
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Anthony, who died into St. Benedict (c. Shedding light on the men who were the founding fathers of monasticism in both the eastern and western areas of the Roman Empire, these accounts -- Athanasius's Life of Antony; St.
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Paul Foster in his compilation of essays, Early Christian Thinkers, attempts very effectively to demonstrate the importance of knowing our roots.
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Athanasius records Antony's extreme seclusion in the Egyptian desert, despite. we know of no other collection of early Christian sources undertaken with the same purpose and perspective as this book.
Though thoroughly documented and comprehensive enough to be useful to scholars and lay readers alike, its main focus is not patristics. What mattered to Arnold – and matters to us today – is the challenging legacy of the menFile Size: 1MB.
This book goes where few others have gone. It explores the early women leaders in the evolution of Christian spirituality. Early church histories frequently make brief comments of women dwelling in the desert, living as urban solitaries, or residing in or near monastic ommunities.
Palladius, in his Lausiac History, estimated that the women outnubered the men two to one, and yet it still is Pages: This book is a translation of the biographies of six early monastic saints of Christianity.
The particular lives - Antony, Paul of Thebes, Hilarion, Malchus, Martin of Tours and Benedict - are chosen as representatives of particular monastic styles from the early hermits to the monastic community, as generally envisioned today.5/5. Get this from a library. Early Christian lives: life of Antony by Athanasius, life of Paul of Thebes by Jerome, life of Hilarion by Jerome, life of Malchus by Jerome, life of Martin of Tours by Sulpicius Severus, life of Benedict by Gregory the Great.
[Carolinne White; Athanasius, Saint Patriarch of Alexandria; Jerome, Saint; Sulpicius Severus; Gregory, Pope;] -- These pioneering Lives are. Full of vivid incidents and astonishing miracles, these Lives have provided inspiration as models for centuries of Christian worship.
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We have apparently more isolated Christian communities founded very early in Galilee. Paul's mission carried Christianity all the way over Asia Minor, present Turkey into. Her publications include a translation of the correspondence between Jerome and Augustine (), Early Christian Lives (Penguin, ), an anthology of Early Christian Latin Poets in translation () and The Rule of Benedict (Penguin, ).Pages: The Incredible Life in the Early Church.
Listen to this powerful and beautiful description of the early Church from the book of Acts, which we read during this post-Paschal season: and to make this unconditional love the central characteristic that others will see in our lives.
The authentic Christian life is a very difficult one. It is. Book Description Penguin Books 7/1/, Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Early Christian Lives. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller.
Who Made Early Christianity. reframes the question in its title and offers a new, revisionist account of the origins of Christianity. John G. Gager reveals the profound Jewishness of early Christianity and reconsiders Paul's role in the formation of Christianity, anti-Judaism in the early Church, and the parting of ways between the two.
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The first section of the book scrutinizes theology with a view to understanding its bearing upon Christian understandings of life (the theological stories of Irenaeus, Gregory of Nyssa, and Augustine).
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