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In this work, the author’s doctoral thesis, Hayes looks at the “school” very broadly in general terms of the Christian intellectual and theological milieu of the city.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-204-3
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Aug 9,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 330
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61719-204-3
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The famous School of Edessa (or School of the Persians) has been understood in various degrees of specificity and concreteness during the course of research on it. In this work, the author’s doctoral thesis, Hayes looks at the “school” very broadly in general terms of the Christian intellectual milieu of the city. He goes back to the early personages of Tatian and Bardaisan and discusses early literature such as the Acts of Judas Thomas, Odes of Solomon, and the Clementine literature. Virtually every major Syriac author that had anything to do with Edessa finds mention in the work. When he comes to the School of the Persians proper he naturally spends a lot of time on the Christological controversies and the individuals involved from their respective sides. At the end of the work he traces the history of Edessa into the period of Islamic rule and the Crusades. This broad examination of the intellectual and theological activity of the city that for centuries stood supreme in Syriac Christianity will find a welcome place on the shelves of students and scholars of eastern Christianity.

The famous School of Edessa (or School of the Persians) has been understood in various degrees of specificity and concreteness during the course of research on it. In this work, the author’s doctoral thesis, Hayes looks at the “school” very broadly in general terms of the Christian intellectual milieu of the city. He goes back to the early personages of Tatian and Bardaisan and discusses early literature such as the Acts of Judas Thomas, Odes of Solomon, and the Clementine literature. Virtually every major Syriac author that had anything to do with Edessa finds mention in the work. When he comes to the School of the Persians proper he naturally spends a lot of time on the Christological controversies and the individuals involved from their respective sides. At the end of the work he traces the history of Edessa into the period of Islamic rule and the Crusades. This broad examination of the intellectual and theological activity of the city that for centuries stood supreme in Syriac Christianity will find a welcome place on the shelves of students and scholars of eastern Christianity.

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E.R. Hayes

  • Series Foreword (page 5)
  • INTRODUCTION (page 9)
  • CHAPITRE PREMIER: Les debuts du christianisme a Edesse (page 16)
  • CHAPITRE II: Tatien (page 42)
  • CHAPITRE III: Bardesane et son ecole (page 74)
  • CHAPITRE IV: L'Ecole d'Edesse au III. siecle (page 109)
  • CHAPITRE V: Renaissance de l'Ecole d'Edesse: SAINT EPHREM ET SES DISCIPLES (page 124)
  • CHAPITRE VI: Une Ecole de Syrie orientale: L'Ecole des Perses (page 144)
  • CHAPITRE VIII: La theologie syrienne orientale (page 159)
  • CHAPITRE VIII: L'Ecole d'Edesse et la controverse nestorienne (page 172)
  • CHAPITRE IX: L'Ecole d'Edesse et la controverse nestorienne (page 191)
  • CHAPITRE X: L'Ecole d'Edesse et 1'Eglise Perse (page 209)
  • CHAPITRE XI: L'Ecole d'Edesse et les Monophysites (page 253)
  • CHAPITRE XII: Conclusion (page 284)
  • INDEX ALPHABETIQUE (page 295)
  • Table des Matieres (page 323)
  • Table des Matieres (page 327)
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