From the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451)

ISBN-10: 066422301X
ISBN-13: 9780664223014
Edition: 2nd (Revised)
Authors: Aloys Grillmeier
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Description: A monumental work in scope and content, Aloys Grillmeier'sChirst in the Christian Traditionoffers students and scholars a comprehensive exposition of Western writing on the history of doctrine. Volume One covers the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451).

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Book details

List price: $70.00
Edition: 2nd
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication date: 2/1/1988
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 190
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

A monumental work in scope and content, Aloys Grillmeier'sChirst in the Christian Traditionoffers students and scholars a comprehensive exposition of Western writing on the history of doctrine. Volume One covers the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451).

Author's Preface
Preface to Second Edition
Translator's Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
The Birth of Christology
Biblical Starting-Points for Patristic Christology
The Present Situation
New Testament Outlines
The christology of the primitive community
The synoptists
Pauline christology
Pauline christological formulas
The 'Word made flesh'
First Growth: the Christology of the Second Century
Christological Variants
An archaic heritage: Christ and Jewish-Christian theology
A popular picture of Christ
Myth, legend and belief: the popular theology of the mysteries of the life of Jesus
Solvere Christum (1 John 4. 3): on the christological heresies of the second century
Martyrdom and apology
The Testimony of Pastors and Teachers of the Church from Clement of Rome to Irenaeus
Clement of Rome
Ignatius of Antioch
Justin, philosopher and martyr
Melito of Sardis
Irenaeus of Lyons
Conclusion
From Hippolytus to Origen: the Foundation of Christology as Speculative Theology and the Emergences of Hellenism
The Logos Doctrine of the Apologists
Hippolytus
Tertullian
Tertullian's christology in its historical context
Sermo in carne
Novatian
The Alexandrians
Clement of Alexandria
Origen
Conclusion
The First Theological Interpretations of the Person of Christ: From Origen to Ephesus (431)
Introduction: Towards Fourth-Century Christology
The interpretation of the incarnation
The 'One God' and His 'Logos', the 'Logos' and His 'Flesh', the 'Logos-Sarx' Christology
Theological Twilight
Eusebius of Caesarea
The Logos doctrine of Eusebius before Nicaea
The incarnate Logos
The historical influence of Eusebius
Sapiens Religio--Religiosa Sapientia: On the Christology of Lactantius
The historical and intellectual background
The one God and his Son
Lactantius and spirit christology
Lactantius as a binitarian
Lactantius as a subordinationist
The second birth of the Son of God
Asterius the Sophist
Aphrahat the Persian Sage
Arius and Arianism
The Father and his Logos
Gregory Thaumaturgus and Arius
The 'Logos' and his 'Flesh'
The Importance of Christology in the Arian System
The Council of Nicaea (325) and its Interpretation of the Baptismal Kerygma
Nicaea and the Rise of the Imperial Church
The Fides Nicaena
Nicaea and the understanding of the incarnation
From the Nicene Son and Logos to a Doctrine of the Incarnation
Marcellus of Ancyra
Eustathius of Antioch
The older tradition
Eustathius as opponent of the 'Logos-sarx' framework
Between Arianism and Apollinarianism
Introduction
Eusebius of Emesa
Athanasius
The problem
The activity of the Logos in Christ's humanity
The death of Christ as a separation of the Logos
The body as an instrument
The Tomus ad Antiochenos of 362
Athanasius' christological formula
Apollinarianism
The 'Heavenly Man'
Mia Physis
The Concept of 'Person'
Retrospect
The 'Logos-Anthropos' Christology
Introduction
Earlier Anti-Apollinarianism and the 'Logos-Anthropos' Christology
The Action of Epiphanius of Cyprus and of Pope Damasus
Diodore of Tarsus
New Trends After Origen
The Alexandrian Development of a Christological Psychology
Cappadocian Christology
Evagrius Ponticus
Origenist Christology in the West
Nemesius of Emesa
The Western Contribution
The Eve of Ephesus
The Younger Cyril and the 'Logos-sarx' Christology
The Antiochene Picture of Christ
John Chrysostom and his picture of Christ
Theodore of Mopsuestia and classical Antiochene christology
The critic of the 'Logos-sarx' framework
Christological thought
Christological formula
Kerygma--Theology--Dogma: Ephesus and Chalcedon (431-451)
Introduction
The Scandalum Oecumenicum of Nestorius and the Council of Ephesus
Introduction: Ecclesiastical Kerygma, Theology and the Orthodoxy of Nestorius
Nestorius and the Kerygma (or Dogma) of the Church
The Position of Historical Research
The Language and Thought of Nestorius at Ephesus
Defence
The Christ of the Patriarch Nestorius
The Nestorius Question and Rome
The Case of Leporius
The Case of Nestorius at Rome
Cyril of Alexandria, the Adversary of Nestorius
Cyril and Apollinarius
Ambiguous Language
Cyril and the Concept of Person
The Council of Ephesus
From Ephesus to Chalcedon
The Reactions of the Antiochenes
Theodoret of Cyrus
Andrew of Samosata
Nestorius and his Liber Heraclidis
Theology of two natures
The christological formula of the Liber Heraclidis
Christological formula and thought
The Eve of Chalcedon
Proclus
The Trial of Eutyches and the Formula of Flavian of Constantinople
Leo the Great and his Tomus ad Flavianum
Leo's christological thought in the pre-Chalcedonian period
Christological formula
The Council of Chalcedon
The Dogmatic Formula of Chalcedon
Chalcedon and the History of Theology
Epilogue: Chalcedon--End or Beginning?
The Nestorius Question in Modern Study
Bibliography
Index of Subjects
Index of Ancient Authors
Index of Biblical References
Index of Modern Scholars

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