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The doctrine and origin of two of the commentaries of Hippolytus of Rome, whose troubled career has left him with the reputation of both Saint and Antipope
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61719-274-6
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 553
Publication Date: Jun 17,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 90
Language: German
ISBN: 978-1-61719-274-6
$51.00
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The doctrine and origin of two of the commentaries of Hippolytus of Rome, whose troubled career has left him with the reputation of both Saint and Antipope. A study of the manuscript tradition of these last works in Greek in the Christian West, including the fuller version of the commentary on Daniel; a study of Hippolytus' use of the Old and New Testaments; and a summary of his views on Redemption, eschatology, the Church, and ethics. Some notes on current events suggest a chronology for the composition of the two works

The doctrine and origin of two of the commentaries of Hippolytus of Rome, whose troubled career has left him with the reputation of both Saint and Antipope. A study of the manuscript tradition of these last works in Greek in the Christian West, including the fuller version of the commentary on Daniel; a study of Hippolytus' use of the Old and New Testaments; and a summary of his views on Redemption, eschatology, the Church, and ethics. Some notes on current events suggest a chronology for the composition of the two works

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Gottlieb Nathaniel Bonwetsch

  • 1. Die Komposition des Danielkommentars und die fragmente des kommentars zum Hohenliede (page 5)
  • 2. Das Alte und neue Testament in den Kommentaren zu Daniel und zum Hohenlied. (page 23)
  • 3. Der Erloser und die Erlosung. (page 38)
  • 4. Die eschatologische Erwartung.1) (page 48)
  • 5. Die Kirche. (page 57)
  • 6. Ethisches. (page 66)
  • 7. Zeitgeschichtliche Beziehungen (page 73)
  • Inhaltsfibersicht (page 90)
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