Christ in Christian Tradition: The Church in Alexandria, with Nubia and Ethiopia after 451 AD, Opseg 2

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A&C Black, 11. sij 1996. - Broj stranica: 431
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This text offers a presentation of faith in Jesus Christ as it developed between the Council of Chalcedon (AD 451) and the advance of Islam in the Nile region. The period begins in Alexandria, leading to Ethiopia, where we see an extraordinary example of a synthesis of Judaism and Christianity. The book covers a variety of theological work by poets, exegetes, philosophers and others, offering the reader a vivid picture of the state of Christian faith in the Nile and beyond before the Islamic conquest. Particular attention is paid to Jewish influence in pre-Islamic Arabia and to recent discoveries of literary texts and religious art.
 

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A CHRISTOLOGICAL NILE EXPEDITION FROM
1
ALEXANDRIANGREEK CHRISTOLOGY
7
The struggle between Chalcedonians
36
Theodosius Patriarch of Alexandria
53
The development of two hierarchies
60
Summary
87
Two Alexandrian exegetes
101
John Philoponus philosopher
107
The further history of Christian Nubia
277
PART FOUR
291
The mission of the nine saints
302
The events
312
The religiouscultural background
324
Faith in Christ in the Ethiopian church
336
Limitations
369
The position of Jesus in the worship and prayer
379

Final evaluation
142
Shenoute as the founder of Coptic Christology
167
Special indications of Shenoute as the author of
173
Summary
213
In the light and shadow of the master
229
On Christology in the liturgical prayer
235
The silent eremite mission in pre
263

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