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THE PHILOCALIA OF ORIGEN
     

THE PHILOCALIA OF ORIGEN

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by St. Origen
 
I. Of the Inspiration of the Divine Scripture

II. That the Divine Scripture is closed up and sealed

III. Why the Inspired Books are Twenty-two in Number

IV. Of the Solecisms and Poor Style of Scripture

V. What is "much speaking," and what are the "many books"? The whole Inspired Scripture is One Book

VI. The whole Divine

Overview

I. Of the Inspiration of the Divine Scripture

II. That the Divine Scripture is closed up and sealed

III. Why the Inspired Books are Twenty-two in Number

IV. Of the Solecisms and Poor Style of Scripture

V. What is "much speaking," and what are the "many books"? The whole Inspired Scripture is One Book

VI. The whole Divine Scripture is One Instrument of God, perfect and fitted for its Work

VII. Of the special "character" of the Persons of Divine Scripture

VIII That we need not attempt to correct the Solecisms of Scripture, etc

IX. Scripture uses the same Terms in different Significations.

X. Stumbling-blocks in Holy Scripture

XI. On Heretical Interpretation of Holy Scripture

XII. We ought not to despair in reading the Scriptures if we find Difficulties in them

XIII. Philosophy in relation to Holy Scripture

XIV. The Use of Logic in the Study of Scripture

XV. A Reply to the Objection that the Truths of Christianity have been better expressed by the Greeks. Our Lord's Body, etc.

XVI. On the Divisions among Christians

XVII. May we give Heathen Titles to the Supreme God?

XVIII. The "simplicity"of Christian Faith, etc.

XIX. Faith in Christ commendable and accordant with the original Moral Notions of Mankind. How Jesus being God could have a Mortal Body

XX. Man and the Irrational Creatures

XXI. Free Will

XXII. The Dispersion of Mankind, and the Confusion of Tongues

XXIII. Fate, Astrology, etc

XXIV. Matter is not Uncreated, or the Cause of Evil

XXV. God's Foreknowledge, Predestination, etc

XXVI. Scripture Blessings. What things are really "Good" and "Evil"

XXVII. The Hardening of Pharaoh's Heart

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011816079
Publisher:
Jack Books
Publication date:
10/07/2010
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
667,288
File size:
243 KB

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Origen (Greek: Ὠριγένης Ōrigénēs, or Origen Adamantius, c. 185–254) was an early Christian scholar and theologian, and one of the most distinguished writers of the early Christian Church despite not being a Church father. According to tradition, he is held to have been an Egyptian who taught in Alexandria, reviving the Catechetical School of Alexandria where Clement of Alexandria had taught. The patriarch of Alexandria at first supported Origen but later expelled him for being ordained without the patriarch's permission. He relocated to Caesarea Maritima and died there after being tortured during a persecution.

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