The Making of Orthodoxy: Essays in Honour of Henry Chadwick

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Overview

This volume of essays honours Henry Chadwick, probably the greatest and best-known of English scholars of early Christianity. The essays, written by many of the leading theologians and church historians in the English-speaking world, discuss different aspects of how Christianity developed norms and standards in its teaching, how it came to have - and to enforce - a definition of orthodoxy and heresy. It is a collection of fundamental work by internationally recognised experts. It covers issues of orthodoxy from the first right up to the sixth century, and its wide-ranging surveys of centrally important material in early Christianity will find broad appeal among scholars and students of Old and New Testaments, medieval history and patristics.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780521892513
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 4/18/2002
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 5.43 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface; List of abbreviations; Bibliography of Henry Chadwick J. C. O'Neill; 1. Does it make sense to speak of pre-Nicene orthodoxy? Rowan Williams; 2. 'And I have other sheep' - John 10:16 W. H. C. Frend; 3. Reason and the rule of faith in the second century AD Eric F. Osborn; 4. Adam in Origen C. P. Bammel; 5. Panegyric, history and hagiography in Eusebius' Life of Constantine T. D. Barnes; 6. Matthew 28:19, Eusebius, and the lex orandi H. Benedict Green; 7. The achievement of orthodoxy in the fourth century AD Richard Hanson; 8. Eunomius: hair-splitting dialectician or defender of the accessibility of salvation? Maurice Wiles; 9. Some sources used in the De Trinitate ascribed to Didymus the Blind Alasdair Heron; 10. The rhetorical schools and their influence on patristic exegesis Frances Young; 11. Pelagianism in the East Lionel Wickham; 12. The legacy of Pelagius: orthodoxy, heresy and conciliation R. A. Markus; 13. Augustine and millenarianism Gerald Bonner; 14. Divine simplicity as a problm for orthodoxy Christopher Stead; 15. The origins of monasticism J. C. O'Neill; 16. Artistic idiom and doctrinal development Sister Charles Murray; Index of modern names; Index of ancient and medieval names; Index of sources.

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