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The Artificiality of Christianity - Essays on the Poetics of Monasticism (Hardcover): M.B. Pranger The Artificiality of Christianity - Essays on the Poetics of Monasticism (Hardcover)
M.B. Pranger
R1,897 Discovery Miles 18 970 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The writings of Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) reveal how the monastic mind, oscillating between hope and despair, was absorbed in technical exercises rather than in religious emotions. Early on monasticism had developed procedures for " ruminating on" the Bible and the works of the Church Fathers. Applying the art of logic to this theme, Anselm offers a denser version of monastic meditation that constitutes a poetics of monastic literature.
Before engaging Anselm' s works, this book addresses texts-- by Gregory the Great, Bernard of Clairvaux, Rupert of Deutz, and Richard of St. Victor-- based on the same principles. In them, the potentially violent nature of an existence in which time has almost come to a halt manifests itself in a vision of the act of reading as a struggle with the text and as violent, amorous passion. The book then traces the decline of the monastic poetical principle in the writings of John of the Cross, Pierre de Be rulle, Calvin, and Ignatius of Loyola.
A concluding chapter on Ignatius and James Joyce shows how the poetics of monasticism both survives and is exiled in modernist literature.

Judaism When Christianity Began - A Survey of Belief and Practice (Paperback): Jacob Neusner Judaism When Christianity Began - A Survey of Belief and Practice (Paperback)
Jacob Neusner
R617 R487 Discovery Miles 4 870 Save R130 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this book, Jacob Neusner gives an introductory, systematic, and holistic account of the theology and practice of Rabbinic Judaism, which emerged, along with Christianity, from antiquity and formed the classical statement of Judaism to the present day. He offers a description of beliefs and practices, theology as expressed in mythic narratives, and norms of ritual and symbolic behavior. Neusner also discusses: revelation and scripture, the doctrine of God, the definition of the holy, the chain of tradition embodied in the story of the written and oral Torah, the intervention of God in history through miracles, sacred space, atonement and repentance, death and afterlife, and art and symbol in Judaism.

Who are the Celtic Saints? (Paperback, illustrated edition): Kathleen Jones Who are the Celtic Saints? (Paperback, illustrated edition)
Kathleen Jones
R864 Discovery Miles 8 640 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the revival of interest in Celtic spirituality, the stories of the Celtic saints have been retold, often festooned with legend and folklore. The holy men and women who witnessed to the Christian faith with great courage and steadfastness in a very harsh ''world deserve better than this, argues Kathleen Jones, and in Who Are The Celtic Saints? she sets out discover the truth about these remarkable figures whose distinctive spirituality remains an inspiration today. This unique and groundbreaking book, based on the historical records, attempts to recreate the real experiences of the saints of the Celtic Church - their dedication, their love of poetry and learning, their yearning for solitude, their contemplation of the Creator through creation, their urgency in preaching and in mission. Who Are The Celtic Saints? gives a compelling account of Patrick, Brigid, Columba, David and the many other men and women who kept the flame of faith burning brightly in Ireland, Scotland and the Western Isles, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany and Northumbria. Illustrations and maps throughout add to this richly textured portrait of the early flowering of Christianity in these lands. Kathleen Jones is author tirrIk Sauter of the Anglican Calendar and A Basic Dictionary of Saints, published by the Canterbury Press, and also of two volumes in the Butter:, Lives of the Saints series. She is Emeritus Professor of Social Policy in the University of York and lives in York

Slavery in Early Christianity (Hardcover): Jennifer A. Glancy Slavery in Early Christianity (Hardcover)
Jennifer A. Glancy
R3,757 Discovery Miles 37 570 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Slavery was widespread in the ancient Mediterranean region where Christianity was born. Though Christians were both slaves and slaveholders, there has been surprisingly little study of what early Christians thought about the practice. Jennifer A. Glancy offers a comprehensive re-examination of the evidence pertaining to slavery in early Christianity. Drawing on a wide variety of sources, Glancy situates early Christian slavery in its broader cultural setting. She argues that scholars have consistently underestimated the pervasive impact of slavery on the institutional structures, ideologies, and practices of the early churches and of individual Christians. The churches, she shows, grew to maturity with the assumption that slaveholding was the norm, and welcomed both slaves and slaveholders as members. Glancy draws particular attention to the importance of the body in the thought and practice of ancient slavery.

The Chronography of George Synkellos - A Byzantine Chronicle of Universal History from the Creation (Hardcover): William Adler,... The Chronography of George Synkellos - A Byzantine Chronicle of Universal History from the Creation (Hardcover)
William Adler, Paul Tuffin
R9,973 Discovery Miles 99 730 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

George Synkellos, a monk of Constantinople who once held a position of authority under the patriarch Tarasios, composed (in Greek) a chronicle of universal history in the early ninth century. Beginning with the creation of the universe, the chronicle preserves a rich collection of ancient sources, many of them otherwise unknown. The English translation provided here, together with introduction and notes, promises to make this influential and wide-ranging history more accessible.

Christian Friendship in the Fourth Century (Paperback, Revised): Carolinne White Christian Friendship in the Fourth Century (Paperback, Revised)
Carolinne White
R1,117 Discovery Miles 11 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This study presents the evidence, derived from letters and theological works, for theories of Christian friendship as they were developed by the leading fourth-century Church Fathers, both in East and West. The author attempts to find out how consistent and positive is the picture of friendship between Christians at the time, and considers friendship in the context of the relation between pagan theory and Christian ideas. All of the writers considered had a profound influence on later ages as well as on their own period.

Every Pilgrim's Guide to the Journeys of the Apostles - Greece, Turkey, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Syria and the Holy Land... Every Pilgrim's Guide to the Journeys of the Apostles - Greece, Turkey, Italy, Lebanon, Malta, Syria and the Holy Land (Paperback)
Michael Counsell
R603 Discovery Miles 6 030 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This informative, pocket-sized guide is a travelling companion for the growing number of visitors to the sites of the Early Church. The guide includes practical information for tourists such as maps, a language guide and information on local services and facilities. It also features historical background, notes on Paul's letters and devotional insights. This volume covers all the major places featured in the Book of Acts as well as the seven churches of the Book of Revelation, including: Jerusalem, Samaria, Gaza, Lydda, Jopa, Caesarea, Damascus and Tarsus; Paul's first missionary journey - Antioch, Cyprus and Galatia; the second journey - Troas, Philippi, Thessalonica, Athens, Corinth, Ephesus; the third journey - Mitylene and the islands of Kos, Chios, Samos, Rhodes; the journey to Rome - Crete, Malta, Syracuse and through Italy to Rome; and the seven churches - Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.

Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church - An Historical Introduction to Patristic Exegesis (Paperback, 1993. Corr. 2nd... Biblical Interpretation in the Early Church - An Historical Introduction to Patristic Exegesis (Paperback, 1993. Corr. 2nd ed.)
Manlio Simonetti; Edited by Anders Bergquist, Markus Bockmuehl
R1,025 Discovery Miles 10 250 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A comprehensive historical survey if patristic exegesis. Simonetti examines the changing understanding of the Word of God in the early Church, and describes the individual authors and 'schools' who wre active in this development. First there is a study of the role of Scripture in the infant Church. Simonetti describes the use of Scripture in orthodox circles, drawing comparisons from the Gnostic world. There follows an examination of Eastern exegesis in the 4th and 5th centuries (Eusebius, the Antiochian School, the Cappadocians, and later developments in Alexandria), and an examination of Western exegesis in the same period (including detailed discussions of Jerome and Augustine). Simonetti concludes with a study of developments in the Eastern and Western Church in the later 5th and 6th Centuries. A final section provides a theological perspective through a study of the theological interpretation of Scripture in the patristic era. Professor Manlio Simonetti teaches at the University of Rome and the 'Augustinianum', the Patristic Institute in Rome.

Portrayed on the Heart - Narrative Effect in Pictorial Lives of Saints from the Tenth through the Thirteenth Century... Portrayed on the Heart - Narrative Effect in Pictorial Lives of Saints from the Tenth through the Thirteenth Century (Hardcover)
Cynthia Hahn
R1,513 R1,209 Discovery Miles 12 090 Save R304 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A sweeping and original study of the structuring of sanctity in pictorial hagiography, Hahn's book teases out the sophisticated rhetoric and imaginative independence of the illustrations to medieval lives of the saints. In systematically surveying the many ways in which narrative imagery reached out to and responded to a variety of audiences, "Portrayed on the Heart will take its place among the most compelling studies of medieval narrative in any medium.--Jeffrey Hamburger, "The Visual and the Visionary: Art and Female Spirituality in Late Medieval Germany and "Nuns As Artists: The Visual Culture of a Medieval Convent

In her superb analysis of the development of hagiographic pictorial narrative, Cynthia Hahn has achieved both historical precision and critical nuance. It is the very best sort of interdisciplinary work, showing the complex symbiosis of visual and textual narrative. This is one of the handful of best books I have read about medieval sanctity. Thomas Head, editor of "Medieval Hagiography: An Anthology

Cynthia Hahn's "Portrayed on the Heart, richly and beautifully illustrated, is both scholarly and entertaining. It is an interpretive feat that makes hagiographic manuscripts come alive as a dynamic dialogue between text and image. In a sophisticated application of narrative theory to illustrated manuscripts, Hahn shows how images "speak" to a medieval audience, elicit responses that are more emotional than those to a written text, and function as devotional objects. Far from being "mere" illustrations, images can reshape the textual presentation of a saint, make visible spiritual struggles, turn readers into witnesses to sanctity, and even play a role in canonizationproceedings. This is a wonderful book that deserves a wide readership. Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski, "Reading Myth: Classical Mythology and its Interpretations in Medieval French Literature

Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire - The Witness of Tertullian (Paperback): Robert Dick Sider Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire - The Witness of Tertullian (Paperback)
Robert Dick Sider; Quintus Septimus Florens Tertullian
R478 Discovery Miles 4 780 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Tertullian is a primary source for a modern understanding of the issues that once confronted -- and still confront -- Christians living in a non-Christian world. Unfortunately, his writings have often been cast aside as too difficult to read. In this volume, Robert D. Sider undertakes a judicious pruning of the original texts and brings a fresh accessibility to the important writings of Tertullian.

The Brother of Jesus - James the Just and His Mission (Paperback, 1st ed): Bruce D. Chilton, Jacob Neusner The Brother of Jesus - James the Just and His Mission (Paperback, 1st ed)
Bruce D. Chilton, Jacob Neusner
R688 R541 Discovery Miles 5 410 Save R147 (21%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the time between Jesus' resurrection and James'death, James the Just was the most prominent and widely respected leader of the fledgling Church. This text presents essays by renowned scholars which address issues such as the Jewish context of early Christianity; the person of James;his literary message and mission; James and Jesus; and James in relation to Peter and Paul.

The Acts of Peter, Gospel Literature, and the Ancient Novel - Rewriting the Past (Hardcover): Christine M. Thomas The Acts of Peter, Gospel Literature, and the Ancient Novel - Rewriting the Past (Hardcover)
Christine M. Thomas
R2,626 Discovery Miles 26 260 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Like the other Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles - stories of the exploits of the key figures of early Christianity - The Acts of Peter provides a window into the processes of oral and written composition that shaped early Christian narrative. The text most probably did not achieve the form of an extended written narrative until the mid-second century, undergoing repeated oral and written reformulation. In this book Thomas looks at the sources and subsequent versions of the Acts and argues that 'transmissional fluidity' - the existence of the work in several versions or multiforms - is a characteristic the Acts share with many related works, from the Jewish novels of Esther and Daniel to the Greek romance about Alexander the Great and the Christian Gospels of Jesus. The fluidity of these narratives, says Thomas, allowed them to accommodate the changing historical circumstances of their audiences.

Who Rides the Beast? - Prophetic Rivalry and the Rhetoric of Crisis in the Churches of the Apocalypse (Hardcover): Paul B. Duff Who Rides the Beast? - Prophetic Rivalry and the Rhetoric of Crisis in the Churches of the Apocalypse (Hardcover)
Paul B. Duff
R3,487 Discovery Miles 34 870 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Book of Revelation presents the reader with a frightening narrative world in which the people of God are tormented, threatened, and sometimes killed by various agents of Satan. Throughout the work, the Apocalyse points to Rome as the predominant demonic agent. Scholars have traditionally thought that Revelation was written in order to encourage believers to stand fast in the face of the Roman persecutation of the early Church. More recently, however, it has been argued that no such crisis existed at the time the book was written. In this study, Paul Duff offers a different viewpoint on the origin of the Book of Revelation is a rhetorically sophisticated response to an internal leadership crisis within the churches. In support of this argument Duff marshals evidence from the social and economic context of the time, and from literary and rhetorical analyses of the text. The result is a work that substantially advances the implication of the current consensus and sheds new light on this influential yet enigmatic text.

Orthodoxy and Difference - Essays on the Geography of Russian Orthodox Church(es) in the 20th Century (Hardcover): D Sidorov Orthodoxy and Difference - Essays on the Geography of Russian Orthodox Church(es) in the 20th Century (Hardcover)
D Sidorov
R1,017 Discovery Miles 10 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Eunomius of Cyzicus and the Nicene Revolution (Hardcover): Richard Paul Vaggione Eunomius of Cyzicus and the Nicene Revolution (Hardcover)
Richard Paul Vaggione
R7,829 Discovery Miles 78 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The doctrine of the Trinity has been central to Christian faith since the fourth century, but it is often the cause of more confusion than understanding. The author here overcomes this by looking at it from the point of view of one who vehemently rejected it. Eunomius of Cyzicus was condemned as a heretic during his lifetime in the fourth century and after. Richard Paul Vaggione uses Eunomius' life to examine how the whole Christian community, including ordinary men and women, helped determine how this often abused doctrine was - and is - understood.

Authority and Asceticism from Augustine to Gregory the Great (Hardcover): Conrad Leyser Authority and Asceticism from Augustine to Gregory the Great (Hardcover)
Conrad Leyser
R5,578 Discovery Miles 55 780 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

When barbarians invaded the Roman Empire in the years around 400 AD, Christian monks hid in their cloisters - or so it is often assumed. Conrad Leyser shows is that monks in the early medieval West were, in fact, pioneers in the creation of a new language of moral authority. He describes the making of this tradition over two centuries from St Augustine to St Benedict and Gregory the Great.

A Prodigal Saint - Father John of Kronstadt and the Russian People (Paperback): Nadieszda Kizenko A Prodigal Saint - Father John of Kronstadt and the Russian People (Paperback)
Nadieszda Kizenko
R1,185 Discovery Miles 11 850 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Rarely are we privileged to see the making of a saint, but it is just what this book gives us for John of Kronstadt (1829-1908), a major figure in the religious life of Late Imperial Russia. So popular was Father John during his years of ministry that Kronstadt became a pilgrimage site replete with peddlers selling souvenir photographs, postcards, and commemorative mugs.

A Prodigal Saint follows Father John's development from activist priest to venerated spiritual leader and, after his death, to his elevation to sainthood in 1990. We see both the inner life of an aspiring saint and the symbiotic relationship between a living icon and his followers.

Father John represented a fundamentally new type of religious behavior and a new standard of sanctity in Late Imperial Russia. He ministered to the poor of Kronstadt, creating shelters and employment programs and participating in the temperance movement. In the process he acquired a reputation for prayerful intercession that soon spread beyond Kronstadt. When he was asked to minister to the dying Alexander III in 1894, his fame became international as he attracted correspondents from the United States and Europe. In his later years he allied himself increasingly with the radical right, which has had momentous implications for the Russian Orthodox Church in the twentieth century.

Kizenko draws upon rich and virtually unknown documents from the Russian archives, including Father John's diaries, thousands of letters he received from his followers, and the police reports on the sect that formed around him. John's diaries are a truly unique source, for they document the making of a modern saint: his struggles with doubt, his ascetic practices, and his growing realization that others saw him as a saint. Kizenko explores the extent to which Father John collaborated in the formation of his own cult and how he himself was influenced by the expectations and desires of his audience. In the final chapter she follows Father John's posthumous reputation (and the struggles over how to use that reputation) in Russia, the Soviet Union, and throughout the world. A Prodigal Saint is published in collaboration with the Harriman Institute at Columbia University as part of its Studies of the Harriman Institute series. It is a pioneering study that contributes to our understanding of lived religion, saints' cults, and modern Russian history.

Paul - A Man of Two Worlds (Paperback, 2nd Ed.): C.J.Den Heyer Paul - A Man of Two Worlds (Paperback, 2nd Ed.)
C.J.Den Heyer
R1,247 Discovery Miles 12 470 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The apostle Paul is a controversial figure, both admired and reviled. His letters have influenced creeds and dogmatic statements, but he is also accused of turning the "simple" gospel that Jesus preached into a complex dogmatic system. Furthermore, on the authority of Paul, women have been given second place in church and society for many centuries. The "apostle to the Gentiles" has sometimes been a source of inspiration, but he has more often than not been a stumbling block when Jews and Christians meet. This book tackles all of these and other issues surrounding Paul and presents him for the widest possible audience. With his enviable gift for clear and popular writing, C. J. den Heyer here takes on a particularly difficult task and shows great mastery in offering a detailed portrait of one of the most controversial figures in the ancient world. C. J. den Heyer is Professor of New Testament at the Theological University of the Reformed Churches in the Netherlands.

Bernard of Clairvaux (Paperback): Gillian R. Evans Bernard of Clairvaux (Paperback)
Gillian R. Evans
R1,817 Discovery Miles 18 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this book the renowned medievalist G.R. Evans provides a concise introduction to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153), a figure of towering importance on the twelfth-century monastic and theological scene. After a brief overview of Bernard's life, Evans focuses on a few major themes in his work, including his theology of spirituality and his theology of the political life of the Church. The only available introduction to Bernard's life and thought, this latest addition to the Great Medieval Thinkers series will appeal to a wide audience of students and scholars of history and theology.

Bernard of Clairvaux (Hardcover): Gillian R. Evans Bernard of Clairvaux (Hardcover)
Gillian R. Evans
R2,953 Discovery Miles 29 530 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In this book the renowned medievalist G.R. Evans provides a concise introduction to St. Bernard of Clairvaux (1090-1153), a figure of towering importance on the twelfth-century monastic and theological scene. After a brief overview of Bernard's life, Evans focuses on a few major themes in his work, including his theology of spirituality and his theology of the political life of the Church. The only available introduction to Bernard's life and thought, this latest addition to the Great Medieval Thinkers series will appeal to a wide audience of students and scholars of history and theology.

Discoveries in the Judaean Desert: Volume XXXIV: Qumran Cave 4: XXIV - 4QInstruction (Musar LeMevin) (Hardcover): John... Discoveries in the Judaean Desert: Volume XXXIV: Qumran Cave 4: XXIV - 4QInstruction (Musar LeMevin) (Hardcover)
John Strugnell, Daniel Harrington, Torleif Elgvin
R8,016 Discovery Miles 80 160 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume contains six or seven manuscripts of a previously unknown sapiential composition from the Second Temple period (4Q415 ff.), originally dubbed 'Sapiential Work A' and now known as '4QInstruction'. The numerous copies of this manuscript attest to its importance for the community at Qumran. Also included in the volume is a re-edition of 1QInstruction (1Q26) originally published by J. T. Milik in DJD I. DJD XXXIV is the second and final volume in the series of sapiential texts from Cave 4.

The Making of a Christian Empire - Lactantius and Rome (Hardcover): Elizabeth DePalma Digeser The Making of a Christian Empire - Lactantius and Rome (Hardcover)
Elizabeth DePalma Digeser
R1,334 Discovery Miles 13 340 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The work of the Christian scholar Lactantius provides an ideal lens through which to study how Rome became a Christian empire. Elizabeth DePalma Digeser shows how Lactantius' Divine Institutes -- seditious in its time -- responded to the emperor Diocletian's persecution and then became an important influence on Constantine the Great, Rome's first Christian emperor.

The Making of a Christian Empire is the first full-length book to interpret the Divine Institutes as a historical source. Exploring Lactantius' use of theology, philosophy, and rhetorical techniques, Digeser perceives the Divine Institutes as a sophisticated proposal for a monotheistic state that intimately connected the religious policies of Diocletian and Constantine, both of whom used religion to fortify and unite the Roman Empire. For Digeser, Lactantius' writings justify Constantine's own attitude of tolerance toward pagans and casts light upon other puzzling features of Constantine's religious policy. Her book contributes importantly to rail understanding of the political and religious tensions of the early fourth century.

Eusebius' Life of Constantine (Hardcover): Bishop of Caesarea Eusebius Eusebius' Life of Constantine (Hardcover)
Bishop of Caesarea Eusebius; Edited by Averil Cameron, Stuart Hall; Translated by Averil Cameron
R5,599 Discovery Miles 55 990 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The emperor Constantine changed the world by making the Roman Empire Christian. Eusebius wrote his life and preserved his letters so that his policy would continue. This English translation is the first based on modern critical editions. Its Introduction and Commentary open up the many important issues the Life of Constantine raises.

Ancient Christian Ecopoetics - Cosmologies, Saints, Things (Hardcover): Virginia Burrus Ancient Christian Ecopoetics - Cosmologies, Saints, Things (Hardcover)
Virginia Burrus
R1,514 R1,219 Discovery Miles 12 190 Save R295 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In our age of ecological crisis, what insights-if any-can we expect to find by looking to our past? Perhaps, suggests Virginia Burrus, early Christianity might yield usable insights. Turning aside from the familiar specter of Christianity's human-centered theology of dominion, Burrus directs our attention to aspects of ancient Christian thought and practice that remain strange and alien. Drawn to excess and transgression, in search of transformation, early Christians creatively reimagined the universe and the human, cultivating relationships with a wide range of other beings-animal, vegetable, and mineral; angelic and demonic; divine and earthly; large and small. In Ancient Christian Ecopoetics, Burrus facilitates a provocative encounter between early Christian theology and contemporary ecological thought. In the first section, she explores how the mysterious figure of khora, drawn from Plato's Timaeus, haunts Christian and Jewish accounts of a creation envisioned as varyingly monstrous, unstable, and unknowable. In the second section, she explores how hagiographical literature queers notions of nature and places the very category of the human into question, in part by foregrounding the saint's animality, in part by writing the saint into the landscape. The third section considers material objects, as small as portable relics and icons, as large as church and monastery complexes. Ancient Christians considered all of these animate beings, simultaneously powerful and vulnerable, protective and in need of protection, lovable and loving. Viewed through the shifting lenses of an ancient ecopoetics, Burrus demonstrates how humans both loomed large and shrank to invisibility, absorbed in the rapture of a strange and animate ecology.

Ascetic Eucharists - Food and Drink in Early Christian Ritual Meals (Hardcover): Andrew McGowan Ascetic Eucharists - Food and Drink in Early Christian Ritual Meals (Hardcover)
Andrew McGowan
R6,899 Discovery Miles 68 990 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Some early Christians used water, not wine, in the cup of their Eucharist, and avoided eating meat. This kind of avoidance, more common than previously imagined, reflected a more radical stance towards the wider society than that taken by the Christian mainstream. The discussion here throws new light on early Christianity and the ways eating and drinking have often reflected deeply-held beliefs and values.

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