Doctrines of human nature, sin, and salvation in the early church / edited with introductions by Everett Ferguson.

Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • French
Published/​Created
New York : Garland, 1993.
Description
xiv, 339 pages ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Series
Notes
English and French.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Sources of Origen's doctrine of freedom / B. Darrell Jackson
  • Fate, fortune, free will and nature in Eusebius of Caesarea / Glenn F. Chesnutt, Jr.
  • Theological reflections on human nature in ancient Syrian traditions / Arthur Vööbus
  • Synergism in Gregory of Nyssa / Ekkehard Mühlenberg
  • Augustine's doctrine of man : image of God and sinner / Gerald Bonner
  • Augustine on the origin of souls / Gerard J.P. O'Daly
  • La condition de l'homme pécheur d'après saint Augustin / A. Solignac
  • Péché originel : naissance d'un dogme / A. Sage
  • Philosophical implications of the Pelagian controversy / Harry A. Wolfson
  • Augustine on free will and predestination / John M. Rist
  • Primitive Christian soteriological themes / Michael Slusser
  • The economy of salvation : two patristic traditions / J. Patout Burns
  • 'The bond of a common mind' : a study of collective salvation from Cyprian to Augustine / Joyce E. Salisbury
  • Les images de l'au-delà durant l'antiquité chrétienne / Nancy Gauthier
  • Origen, Celsus, and the resurrection of the body / Henry Chadwick
  • Immortality and resurrection in the philosophy of the church fathers / Harry Austryn Wolfson.
ISBN
  • 0815310706
  • 9780815310709
LCCN
92041462
OCLC
27035684
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