6 edition of Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Bible found in the catalog.
|Statement||Dimitri Z. Zaharopoulos.|
|LC Classifications||BS1160 .Z34 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 223 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||89032431|
“Theodore of Mopsuestia, a follower of the Antiochene school of biblical interpretation (which preferred a natural, “plain sense” understanding of the Bible to an allegorical approach), rejected the allegorizing interpretation. Title: Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Bible: A Study of His Old Testament Exegesis (Theological Inquiries) Author Name: Zaharopoulos, Dimitri Z. Categories: Other, Publisher: Paulist Pr: ISBN Number: ISBN Number Binding: PAPERBACK Book Condition: Good SKU Number: U
Born in Antioch circa AD, Theodore served as priest and eventual Bishop of the city of Mopsuestia. A disciple of Diodore of Tarsus (who also mentored John Chrysostom), Theodore became an important tour de force in the Antiochene school of exegesis. As Theodore was a teacher to Nestorious, many of his works were condemned posthumously at the Second Brand: IVP Academic. Entry for 'Theodore of Mopsuestia' - Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this encyclopedia, with it's nea entries and 17 millin words, dwarfs modern Bible encyclopedias with .
a hitherto unpublished prologue to the acts of the apostles (probably by theodore of mopsuestia). The oldest manuscripts of the Bible contain, as is well known, only the text of the Holy Scriptures. Even the brief titles and subscriptions in the Codex Sinaiticus and the Vaticanus are in part added by a later hand. As Theodore agreed with Origen in teaching the doctrine of final restoration, he has, by some historians, been spoken of as of the school of Origen. Hagenbach (Section , note 6) speaks of Diodore of Tarsus, and Theodore of Mopsuestia, as adopting the milder notions of Origen concerning a final restoration.
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Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Bible: A Study of His Old Testament Exegesis (Theological Inquiries) Paperback – December 1, byAuthor: Dimitri Z. Zaharopoulos. The most famous representative of the school of Antioch, Theodore of Mopsuestia penned a number of commentaries on biblical books in both Testaments.
This volume offers not only an introduction to Theodore s life and work but also the first modern-language translation of his commentaries on Paul s minor epistles (Galatians Philemon).Author: Rowan A.
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Zaharopoulos | Dec 1, Paperback. Bishop of Mopsuestia in Cilicia and ecclesiastical writer; b. at Antioch about (thus also known as Theodore of Antioch), of wealthy and prominent parents; d.
According to Syrian sources Theodore was the cousin of the somewhat younger Nestorius (Nestle, op. cit. in bibliography); Polychromius, afterwards Bishop of Apamea, was a.
Bishop of Mopsuestia in Cilicia and ecclesiastical writer; b. at Antioch about (thus also known as Theodore of Antioch), of wealthy and prominent parents; d. I According to Syrian sources Theodore was the cousin of the somewhat younger Nestorius (Nestle, op. cit. in bibliography); Polychromius, afterwards Bishop of Apamea, was a brother of Theodore.
THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA, b. at Antioch about ; d. at Mopsuestia, in Cilicia secunda, or ; one of the chief leaders of the Antiochian school of theology. Theodore Of Mopsuestia, (born c. Antioch, Syria—died /, Mopsuestia, Cilicia [now part of Turkey]), Syrian theologian, considered the greatest biblical interpreter of his time and the spiritual head of the exegetical School of Antioch.
Theodore studied under the celebrated sophist and rhetorician Libanius. Theodore of Mopsuestia’s first foray into scholarly writing was his commentary on the Psalms, in which he concluded that most of them were not written by David. He also challenged the traditional understanding that many of the Psalms pointed to Christ.
Theodore entertained Julian of Eclanum * c, wrote a lost anti-Augustinian Against Defenders of Original Sin, and was made the “father of Pelagianism”* by Marius Mercator.* His supposed teaching on the effects of Adam's sin and man's created mortality appears significantly similar, but again recently discovered works allegedly suggest.
The Minor Prophets as Christian Scripture in the Commentaries of Theodore of Mopsuestia and Cyril of Alexandria (Oxford Early Christian Studies) Hardcover – Aug by Hauna T. Ondrey (Author)Author: Hauna T.
Ondrey. Theodore the Interpreter (ca. – ) was bishop of Mopsuestia (as Theodore II) from to AD. He is also known as Theodore of Antioch, from the place of his birth and is the best known representative of the middle School of Antioch of.
Theodore the Interpreter (ca. – ) was bishop of Mopsuestia from to AD. He is also known as Theodore of Antioch, from the place of his birth and presbyterate. He is the best known representative of the middle School of Antioch of hermeneutics.
The most famous representative of the school of Antioch, Theodore of Mopsuestia, penned a number of commentaries on biblical books in both the Old and New Testaments.
This volume offers not only an introduction to Theodore’s life and work, but also the first modern-language translation of his commentaries on Paul’s minor epistles (Galatians–Philemon). Theodore of Mopsuestia The Jewish Encyclopedia THEODORE OF MOPSUESTIA (c.
), early Christian theologian, the most eminent representative of the so-called school of Antioch, was born at Antioch about the middle of the 4th century and was a friend of John Chrysostom; in rhetoric the celebrated Libanius was his teacher.
Theodore of Mopsuestia The Jewish Encyclopedia Christian bishop and Church father born and educated at Antioch died at Mopsuestia about teacher of Nestorius and Theodoret, and the foremost exegete of the school of Antioch, which was.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in. Christian Documents in Syriac, Arabic, and Garshuni, edited and translated with a critical apparatus, of which the present book is volume 6, The Commentary of Theodore of Mopsuestia on the Lord’s Prayer and on the Sacraments of Baptism and the Eucharist is an important witness to the development of Christianity.
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In this article I will explain the Christology of fourth century theologian Theodore of Mopsuestia, which contrasts with the Christology of his contemporary Apollinaris of Laodicea.I will explore three aspects of Theodore’s Christology: 1) the relationship between divine and human in Christ; 2) the connection of this divine-human relationship to .