7 edition of Pagan-Christian conflict over miracle in the second century found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Harold Remus.|
|Series||Patristic monograph series ;, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||BL487 .R45 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 371 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||83006729|
The Magical Book of Mary and the Angels (P. Heid. Inv. Kopt. ). Asclepius and Jesus. The Form, Character and Status of the Asclepius Cult in the Second-Century CE and its Influence on Early Christianity. Harvard, Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century. Cambridge/Mass., Keresztes. The Chris- tian counterpart of these Charms is to be found in the various miracle-working relics, of which more will be said in the second part of this essay* (1) Beowulf, line (2) id., , In view of the heightened pagan-Christian conflict or tension, 1 Peter addresses the Christian reality of a new life that resulted from the Father’s call, the Spirit’s sanctifying activity, and Jesus’ obedient submission of His life for the salvation of the believer (1 Peter ). And that standpoint in time is the generation which lived through the close of the second century and on into the latter half of the third century: say from A.D. to A.D. It is the first moment in which we can perceive the Church as a developed organism now apparent to all.
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Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century (Patristic Monograph Series) Jun 1, His publications include "Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century," "Jesus as Healer," and various articles in scholarly journals and encyclopedias. Rose Blackmore worked as a social worker with the Ontario Department of Public Welfare and as a field instructor for social work students from the Faculty of Social Work Author: Harold Remus.
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A review of the book (Re)presentations and Dialogue, edited by François Cooren and Alain Létourneau. Amsterdam and Philadelphia, PA: John Benjamins, ; xv + pp., US$ (hbk).Author: Jimmie Manning. General editor Harold Remus, professor emeritus, Wilfrid Laurier University, is the former executive officer of the Council on the Study of Religion and the former director of Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
He is past president of the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies and the founding managing editor of Religious Studies publications include "Pagan-Christian Conflict over. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Towards Historicizing “Magic” in Antiquity In: Numen. Author: Remus Harold Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century Cambridge Philadelphia Patristic Foundation while compiling his work such as a book attributed to Bolos of Mendes on sympathy and antipathy, a book of Zachalias on stones, Author: Bernd-Christian Otto.
Otherwise, the best treatments of these matters are Harold Remus, Pagan-Christian Conflict Over Miracle in the Second Century (), whom Clark cites but apparently has not read carefully, and Robert Grant, Miracle and Natural Law in Graeco-Roman and Early Christian Thought ().
Harold Remus is the author of I Remember Laurier ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Jesus as Healer ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 r 5/5(2). Vol. No. 2, Jun., Published by: The Society of Biblical Literature. Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century by Harold Remus. Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century by Harold Remus (pp.
Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century. By Remus Harold. Patristic Monograph Series Cambridge, Massachusetts: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, xiii + pp.
$ E. Glenn Hinson; Published online by Cambridge University Press: 28 Julyp. 89; Article. Miracles in Greco-Roman Antiquity: A Sourcebook for the Study of New Testament Miracle Stories (The Context of Early Christianity, 1) Wendy Cotter C.S.J. The new testament content comes from the ancient mediterranean, a time when and where there were tales of "miracles".
This book is an introductory compilation to some of the more well. Pagan-Christian Conflict Over Miracle in the Second Century. Adler, William: PhD 08/ George Syncellus and his Predecessors: Anti-Diluvian History in the Chronical of Syncellus and his Acknowledged Authorities.
Salmon, Dena K.: MA 08/ Translation and Commentary on Sifre Deuteronomy (DT ) Bergren, Theodore: PhD 12/ Continuationism is a Christian theological belief that the gifts of the Holy Spirit have continued to this present age, specifically those sometimes called "sign gifts" such as tongues and uationism is the opposite of Cessationism.
Continuationists believe that the miraculous gifts of the Holy Spirit are still distributed today, are still in use, and are still needed in the church. Remus, H. Pagan–Christian Conflict Over Miracles in the Second Century (PM, 10; Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation).
Google Scholar Richardson, A. The Miracle Stories of the Gospels (London: SCM Press).Author: Andrew J. Kelley. His publications include "Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century," "Jesus as Healer," and various articles in scholarly journals and encyclopedias.
Daniel Fraikin was professor of New Testament studies at Queenas Theological College and Queenas University department of. His publications include "Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century," "Jesus as Healer," and various articles in scholarly journals and encyclopedias.
Rose Blackmore worked as a social worker with the Ontario Department of Public Welfare and as a field instructor for social work students from the Faculty of Social Work Author: Harold Remus.
Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century by Harold Remus; Magic, Miracles and the Gospel by L. Michael White; Henry Maguire (ed.) () Byzantine Magic: Introduction; 1.
"Fathers of the Church and the Evil Eye" by Matthew W. Dickie; 2. "The Archaeological Context of Magic in the Early Byzantine Period" by James Russel; 3. On ancient miracles generally: Wendy Cotter, Miracles in Geaeco-Roman Antiquity: A Sourcebook for the Study of New Testament Miracle Stories (); Harold Remus, Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century (); Robert Grant, Miracle and Natural Law in Graeco-Roman and Early Christian Thought ().
Continuationism is a Christian theological belief that the gifts of the Holy Spirit have continued to this present age, In his book, The Dynamics of Robeck, Cecil M., Jr.
Pagan Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century. Cambridge, MA: The Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, Ltd., Learning From ‘The Final Pagan Generation’ Here’s how Watts’s book ends: The fourth century has come to be seen as the age when Christianity eclipsed paganism, and Christian authority.
Remus, Pagan-Christian conflict over miracle in the second century Rives, Religion in the Roman Empire Rousselle, Porneia: On Desire and the Body in Antiquity Scheid, An Introduction to Roman Religion Smith, Drudgery Divine: Comparison of Early Christianities and the Religions of Late Antiquity The Conflict Between Paganism and Christianity in the Fourth Century, The Clarendon Press, Oxford,pp.
79—99 (1) On 28 October the Christians suddenly and unexpectedly found themselves victorious (2). The victory was a miracle — though opinions differed as to the nature of the sign vouchsafed to Constantine.
Blavatsky wrote of Simon Magus describing his abilities and stating that he lived in the 2nd Century AD rather than the time of Yeshua, and was so famous that the Romans erected a statue of him.
Simon Magus was another prominent miracle-worker of the second century, and no one denied his power. This study of second-century C.E.
culture and society focuses upon the attitudes of the educated elite toward the prophets, miracle workers, religious innovators, and radical philosophers who seem to have stood on every street corner throughout the Greek and Roman world during this "balmy late afternoon of Rome's classical empire" (p.
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SIMMONS, ERNEST JR. â Process Pluralism and. Note that the terms ot it-mophet themselves do not refer to the act of a miracle but to the meaning attributed to magical performances, identiiying them äs signs of divine empowerment and portents of potential future supernatural acts6.
Remus, H.: Pagan-Christian Conflict over Miracle in. England An artist, a Quaker, a medicine woman and a wealthy landowner come into conflict over the beauty and power of the rare and mysterious lady's slipper orchid.
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See A. Kolenkow, “A Problem of Power: How Miracle-Doers Counter Charges of Magic in the Hellenistic World,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers,pp.
–10; H. Remus, Pagan–Christian Conflict over Miracle in the Second Century, Cambridge, MA: Philadelphia Patristic Foundation, You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Footnotes. For an enlargement on this theme see Glover's Conflict of Religions in the early Roman Empire; also S.
Case, Evolution of Early Christianity (University of Chicago, ). The Adonis worship, for instance (a resurrection-cult), "was still thriving in Syria and Cyprus when Paul preached there," and the worship of Isis and Serapis had already reached Athens, Rome and Naples. The Nicomachean Ethics is one of Aristotle’s most widely read and influential works.
Ideas central to ethics—that happiness is the end of human endeavor, that moral virtue is formed through action and habituation, and that good action requires prudence—found their most powerful proponent in the person medieval scholars simply called “the Philosopher.”/5(9).
This rivalry was certainly a prominent influence on Christianity: cf. Thomas Matthews, The Clash of Gods: A Reinterpretation of Early Christian Art () and Harold Remus, Pagan-Christian Conflict Over Miracle in the Second Century ().It is obvious that these three streams would mingle and interfuse with each other a good deal; but as far as they were separable the first would tend to create Solar heroes and Sun-myths; the second Vegetation-gods and personifications of Nature and the earth-life; while the third would throw its glamour over the other two and contribute to the.The text is a rich, though often neglected, source for the history of intellectual and cultural conflict between Christian and Hellene intellectuals in the fourth century CE.
While the "Apocriticus" has frequently attracted the attention of scholars as a possible source of fragments from Porphyry's "Against the Christians", the text as a whole.