9 edition of Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and (Post)modern found in the catalog.
December 15, 2007
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||360|
Gregory returned to Nyssa where he was warmly welcomed. Basil died soon afterward and Gregory took on a more important role in the defense of orthodox belief. He was a leader in two councils and defended the Trinity. He also wrote many books. Passages from these are considered quite beautiful. His book on Moses urged people to a deeper. Pseudo-Gregory of Nyssa: testimonies against the Jews / by: Gregory, of Nyssa, Saint, approximately approximately Published: () Gregory of Nyssa: ancient and (post)modern / .
Gregory of Nyssa provides a concise and accessible introduction to the thought of this early church father with new translations of key selections of his writings. Anthony Meredith presents a diverse range of Gregory's writings: his contribution to the debates of the period about the nature of God in argument with a form of extreme Arianism his discussion of the nature and work of the Holy. Librarian's tip: "On the Life and Wonders of Our Father among the Saints, Gregory the Wonderworker" by Gregory, Bishop of Nyssa begins on p. 41 PS PRIMARY SOURCE A primary source is a work that is being studied, or that provides first-hand or direct evidence on a topic.
In his new book, Embodiment and Virtue in Gregory of Nyssa, Boersma writes that “he wanted to test my hunch that the pre-modern Platonist-Christian synthesis does not require us to abandon the goodness of matter.” In an extensive investigation of Gregory’s views on gender, marriage, exegesis, death, virtue and the church, he concludes. Although the reception of the Eastern Father Gregory of Nyssa has varied over the centuries, the past few decades have witnessed a profound awakening of interest in his thought. The Body and Desire sets out to retrieve the full range of Gregory’s thinking on the challenges of the ascetic life by examining within the context of his theological commitments his evolving attitudes on what we now.
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This book is easiest the best treatment available of Gregory of Nyssa's theology in all its parts, married to a critical account of contemporary engagements with Gregory by scholars and theologians. The book is not an easy read because it covers a fulsome range of topics in Gregory's theology as well as those authors -- most active today still 5/5(1).
A must read as far as reception history goes for Gregory of Nyssa. The literature about him has exploded over the last 20 years and this book helps navigate it. Ludlow's observations and analysis on top of this makes this a stellar read/5.
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Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and Morwenna Ludlow The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others.
The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others.
Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and (Post)modern - Paperback - Morwenna Ludlow - Oxford University Press. Gregory of Nyssa: The Lord's Prayer, The Beatitudes (Ancient Christian Writers) Hardcover – January 1, by Gregory of Nyssa (Author), Hilda /5(9).
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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from /5(6). Gregory of Nyssa's Contra Eunomium, one of the major books on trinitarian theology of the 4th century, documents the exchange between Eunomius and the Cappadocian Father in the last episode of the so-called "Arian Crisis".The present volume is devoted to the third and last book of Contra offers a fresh English translation with a running commentary in the form of ten studies by.
At the time when Gregory of Nyssa was writing his Life of Moses, others had already tried to build a bridge between Hellenism and the Jewish Scriptures and, among them, particularly the Jew Philo and the Christian Origen. Gregory is indebted to them both. But his approach, as also that of the other two.
Get this from a library. Gregory of Nyssa: ancient and (post)modern. [Morwenna Ludlow] -- The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others.
Buy the Paperback Book Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and (Post)modern by Morwenna Ludlow atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders. The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians.
Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, Gregory of Nyssa’s Doctrinal Works: A Literary Study, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Why do Gregory of Nyssa’s writings dedicated to “the understanding of faith” (to ho tes pisteos logos) look the way they do?In his latest book, Andrew Radde-Gallwitz argues that readers must first appreciate the literary qualities of Gregory’s doctrinal writing.
The Contra Eunomium is probably Gregory of Nyssa’s most challenging work with regards to his theological and philosophical thought, and one that continues to draw the deeper attention of contemporary scholars.
This volume devoted to Contra Eunomium I constitutes, in a certain way, a new version of the Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium on Gregory of Nyssa ().
Looking for books by Gregory of Nyssa. See all books authored by Gregory of Nyssa, including Gregory of Nyssa: The Life of Moses (Classics of Western Spirituality Series), and The Life of Saint Macrina, and more on Basil's training was an antidote to the lessons of the pagan schools, wherein, as we know from a letter of St.
Gregory of Nazianzus, Gregory of Nyssa spent some time, very probably in his early youth, for it is certain that while still a youth Gregory exercised the ecclesiastical office of rector.
Volker Henning Drecoll, Dr. theol (), Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Ephorus of the Evangelisches Stift Tübingen, is Professor of Church History at the Evangelisch-theologische Fakultät has published on Greek Theology of the fourth century AD, especially on Basil of Cesarea and Gregory of Nyssa.
Margitta Berghaus studied Theology and Classics at the. Gregory of Nazianzus has long been regarded as the premier teacher on the Holy Trinity in Eastern Christianity. Yet, ironically, for over a century historians and theologians have neglected his work in favor of his fellow Cappadocians Basil of Caesarea and Gregory of Nyssa, while Gregory has long been overshadowed in the West by Augustine.
The 4th-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others. This study analyses these recent readings of Gregory of Nyssa and asks: what do they reveal about modern and post-modern interpretations of the Christian past.
The fourth-century Christian thinker, Gregory of Nyssa, has been the subject of a huge variety of interpretations over the past fifty years, from historians, theologians, philosophers, and others. In this highly original study, Morwenna Ludlow analyses these recent readings of Gregory of Nyssa Price: $ Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and (Post)modern.
By Morwenna Ludlow. Clement of Alexandria: Piotr Ashwin-Siejkowski's book on the theme of Christian perfection in Clement of Alexandria is a simpler and more traditional work of patristic theology than Ludlow's work. Still, it is an excellent example of fine scholarship and clear argumentation Author: David Jasper.
St. Gregory of Nyssa This great spiritual master of the fourth century was born as the general persecution of Christians was ending. One of the Greek Cappadocian Fathers (the other two were Gregory's brother, St.
Basil the Great, and their mutual friend, St. Gregory Nazianzen), Gregory has come to be regarded increasingly as the most brilliant and subtle thinker and most p/5(63).By examining the resonance of Plotinus' thought with contemporary artists and with Christian thinkers, including Gregory of Nyssa, the book demonstrates the importance of Plotinus' treatise On Beauty for the development of late ancient aesthetics.
The Cappadocian fathers' interest in Plotinus is explored, as well as the consequent legacy of the.Gregory of Nyssa, Ancient and (Post)modern Morwenna Ludlow (Lecturer in Patristics, University of Exeter) This item is a print on demand title and will be dispatched in weeks.