By Robert Dodaro, George Lawless
Augustine and his Critics КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: Robert Dodaro & George LawlessНазвание: Augustine and his CriticsИздательство: Taylor & FrancisГод: 2005Формат: pdfРазмер: three mbAugustine of Hippo (AD 354-430) is arguably the main debatable Christian philosopher in heritage. His positions on philosophical and theological matters were the topics of severe scrutiny and feedback from his lifetime to the current. Augustine and his Critics gathers twelve experts' responses to trendy criticisms of his concept, masking: own and spiritual freedom; the self and God; sexuality, gender and the physique; spirituality; asceticism; cultural reports; and politics. Stimulating and insightful, the gathering deals forceful arguments for ignored old, philosophical and theological views that are at the back of a few of Augustine's such a lot unpopular convictions.http://.com/files/qz3pt7615 zero
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Brockmeyer, 1993. White, The Correspondence (394–419) between Jerome and Augustine. Hennings, Der Briefwechsel zwischen Augustinus und Hieronymus und ihr Streit um den Kanon des Alten Testaments und die Auslegung von Gal. Brill, 1994. S. 162 C (=s. Dolbeau 10=s. Drobner, ‘Augustins sermo Moguntinus über Gal 2,11–14. Einleitung, Übersetzung und Anmerkungen’, in Theologie und Glaube 84 (1994), pp. 226–42. La Bonnardière, Biblia Augustiniana, 7 fascicles, Paris, Etudes augustiniennes, 1960–75. See also Saint Augustin et la Bible, ed.
13). Following, however, Tyconius’ first rule ‘concerning the Lord and his body’ (de domino et corpore eius), Christ has always to be understood in an ecclesial sense as the ‘complete Christ’ (Christus totus), head and body of the church. Thus, Augustine comments, ‘You will rarely find phrases in the Psalms, that do not refer to Christ and the church, or to Christ alone, or to the church alone, of which we are members, too’ (en. Ps. 59–1) Always, or nearly always let us hear the voice of Christ from thePsalm in such a way that we do not only look upon that head, thatis the one mediator between God and humanity, the man JesusChrist (1 Tim 2:5)… but let us consider Christ as head and body,a human being totally complete.
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Augustine and his Critics by Robert Dodaro, George Lawless