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On Faith - Summa Theologiae 2-2, qq. 1-16 of St. Thomas Aquinas (Paperback): Thomas Aquinas On Faith - Summa Theologiae 2-2, qq. 1-16 of St. Thomas Aquinas (Paperback)
Thomas Aquinas; Translated by Mark D. Jordan
R901 R583 Discovery Miles 5 830 Save R318 (35%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

There are numerous Summas from the thirteenth century, but none quite like Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae in simplicity, scope, and rigor of organization. The structure of the Summa may seem complex to those approaching it for the first time, but it is a remarkable feat of clarity in comparison with its predecessors. In his spare and accessible English translation, Mark D. Jordan captures this clarity in Thomas's discussion of the theological virtue of faith.

Exodus (Paperback): W Johnstone Exodus (Paperback)
W Johnstone
R1,019 Discovery Miles 10 190 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Exodus requires the consideration not only of historical but also of institutional and theological questions. Since such disparate materials have all been brought together into one presentation, it is necessary also to look at the literary function and formulation of the book. In the light of these discussions it is possible to come to a clearer appreciation of the kind of work Exodus is.>

Letters, Volume 6 (1*-29*) - Vol. 81 (Paperback): Augustine Letters, Volume 6 (1*-29*) - Vol. 81 (Paperback)
Augustine
R1,004 Discovery Miles 10 040 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Most of the works of St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430) have been extant and studied for centuries by Christians throughout the world. Since this Doctor of the Western Church has long been the best known and most widely read of the Latin Fathers, it is so much more unexpected that a previously unknown work should be found. Johannes Divjak found not only a single work but in fact a whole collection of letters, which he published in a critical Latin edition in 1980. This volume contains the first English translation of these newly discovered letters. The letters range in size from short memoranda to long treatises on various subjects. In addition, there are three other previously unknown letters: two written to Augustine by Consentius, a North African rhetorician, and one written by Saint Jerome to Aurelius of Carthage. These letters, taken as a whole, present a vivid and fascinating view of life in North Africa at the beginning of the fifth century. In addition to the comments about ecclesiastical and episcopal affairs, there are also letters on various threats to peace and security common in this period of the late empire, on slavery and the growth of the slave trade, and on Roman involvement in African affairs, both ecclesiastical and civil. There are letters dealing with moral questions and pastoral problems, in both marriage and the family, as well as in larger areas of doctrine and discipline in the Church. The conflict resulting from the end of the Donatist schism becomes clearer, as does the refrain of desperation stemming from an inadequate supply of clergy for parishes needing to be served. A large number of these letters illustrate the day-to-day worries of a fifth century North African bishop: clerical scandals, Church finances, people seeking sanctuary in a church (and the ensuing problems with the civil authorities), and disputed episcopal succession. Until the time as scholars agree on a numbering system that will integrate these letters into a previously known corpus of Augustinian letters, they are numbered 1*-29*, with the asterick added to distinguish them from letters 1-29 of the traditional body of letters.

Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles (Paperback): The Venerable St.Bede Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles (Paperback)
The Venerable St.Bede; Translated by L. Martin
R697 R580 Discovery Miles 5 800 Save R117 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Bede's commentary on the Book of Acts is one of his earliest exegetical works (usually dated between 709 and 710) and one of his most popular and influential. None of the Latin Fathers of the Church had written a commentary on this book, and those which existed in Greek were unlikely to have been known in the West. Bede became the authority on Acts for countless subsequent students of Scripture. The breadth of Bede's mind, the diversity of his interests, and the thoroughness of his research are all mirrored in this work. Allegory is freely interspersed with practical commentary, textual analysis with mystical interpretation. Far from being a quaint relic of outdated exegesis, the commentary can be of practical use to modern Christians who read it in the spirit in which it was written: meditation on the workings of God.

The Lives of the Monks of Paulestine (Paperback, New edition): R.M. Price The Lives of the Monks of Paulestine (Paperback, New edition)
R.M. Price; Introduction by John Binns; Notes by John Binns; Cyril of Scythopolis
R663 R556 Discovery Miles 5 560 Save R107 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Between the deep valley which contains the Jordan river and the Dead Sea, and the hill country of Judea, in which Jerusalem and Bethlehem are situated, lies a narrow stretch of desert which evokes memories of great Biblical ascetics - Elijah and John the Baptist. The empty landscape and scriptural associations drew Christian ascetics in the third century. The new edition of this work by Cyril of Scythopolis provides perhaps our best source of information on the Palestinian monastic movement from AD 400-600. He gives a history not only of holy monks, but also of the Palestinian Church at the height of its power and prestige.

Sacred Ritual, Profane Space, Volume 1 - The Roman House as Early Christian Meeting Place (Hardcover): Jenn Cianca Sacred Ritual, Profane Space, Volume 1 - The Roman House as Early Christian Meeting Place (Hardcover)
Jenn Cianca
R2,436 R1,995 Discovery Miles 19 950 Save R441 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first three centuries of Christianity are increasingly seen in modern scholarship as sites of complexity. Sacred Ritual, Profane Space examines the Christian meeting places of the time and overturns long-held notions about the earliest Christians as utopian rather than place-bound people. By mapping what is known from early Christian texts onto the archaeological data for Roman domestic spaces, Jenn Cianca provides a new lens for examining the relationship between early Christianity and sites of worship. She proposes that not only were Roman homes sacred sites in their own right but they were also considered sacred by the Christian communities that used them. In many cases, meeting space would have included the presence of the Roman domestic cult shrines. Despite the fact that the domestic cult was polytheistic, Cianca asserts that its practices likely continued in places used for worship by Christians. She also argues that continued practice of the domestic cult in Roman domestic spaces did not preclude Christians from using houses as churches or from understanding their rituals or their meeting places as sacred. Raising a host of questions about identity, ritual affiliation, and domestic practice, Sacred Ritual, Profane Space demonstrates how sacred space was constructed through ritual enactment in early Christian communities.

Paul and the Gentile Problem (Paperback): Matthew Thiessen Paul and the Gentile Problem (Paperback)
Matthew Thiessen
R995 Discovery Miles 9 950 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Paul and the Gentile Problem provides a new explanation for the apostle Paul's statements about the Jewish law in his letters to the Romans and Galatians. Paul's arguments against circumcision and the law in Romans 2 and his reading of Genesis 15-21 in Galatians 4:21-31 belong within a stream of Jewish thinking which rejected the possibility that gentiles could undergo circumcision and adopt the Jewish law, thereby becoming Jews. Paul opposes this solution to the gentile problem because he thinks it misunderstands how essentially hopeless the gentile situation remains outside of Christ. The second part of the book moves from Paul's arguments against a gospel that requires gentiles to undergo circumcision and adoption of the Jewish law to his own positive account, based on his reading of the Abraham Narrative, of the way in which Israel's God relates to gentiles. Having received the Spirit (pneuma) of Christ, gentiles are incorporated into Christ, who is the singular seed of Abraham, and, therefore, become materially related to Abraham. But this solution raises a question: Why is it so important for Paul that gentiles become seed of Abraham? The argument of this book is that Paul believes that God had made certain promises to Abraham that only those who are his seed could enjoy and that these promises can be summarized as being empowered to live a moral life, inheriting the cosmos, and having the hope of an indestructible life.

The First Seven Ecumenical Councils (325-787) - Their History and Theology (Paperback): Leo D. Davis The First Seven Ecumenical Councils (325-787) - Their History and Theology (Paperback)
Leo D. Davis
R699 R582 Discovery Miles 5 820 Save R117 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This unique work - no other work yet available in English treats this subject - illustrates the contribution of these Councils in the development and formulation of Christian beliefs. It then shows how their legacies lingered throughout the centuries to inspire - or haunt - every generation.

Sacred Ritual, Profane Space, Volume 1 - The Roman House as Early Christian Meeting Place (Paperback): Jenn Cianca Sacred Ritual, Profane Space, Volume 1 - The Roman House as Early Christian Meeting Place (Paperback)
Jenn Cianca
R768 R665 Discovery Miles 6 650 Save R103 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The first three centuries of Christianity are increasingly seen in modern scholarship as sites of complexity. Sacred Ritual, Profane Space examines the Christian meeting places of the time and overturns long-held notions about the earliest Christians as utopian rather than place-bound people. By mapping what is known from early Christian texts onto the archaeological data for Roman domestic spaces, Jenn Cianca provides a new lens for examining the relationship between early Christianity and sites of worship. She proposes that not only were Roman homes sacred sites in their own right but they were also considered sacred by the Christian communities that used them. In many cases, meeting space would have included the presence of the Roman domestic cult shrines. Despite the fact that the domestic cult was polytheistic, Cianca asserts that its practices likely continued in places used for worship by Christians. She also argues that continued practice of the domestic cult in Roman domestic spaces did not preclude Christians from using houses as churches or from understanding their rituals or their meeting places as sacred. Raising a host of questions about identity, ritual affiliation, and domestic practice, Sacred Ritual, Profane Space demonstrates how sacred space was constructed through ritual enactment in early Christian communities.

Columbanus and the Peoples of Post-Roman Europe (Hardcover): Alexander O'Hara Columbanus and the Peoples of Post-Roman Europe (Hardcover)
Alexander O'Hara
R1,788 Discovery Miles 17 880 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The period 550 to 750 was one in which monastic culture became more firmly entrenched in Western Europe. The role of monasteries and their relationship to the social world around them was transformed during this period as monastic institutions became more integrated in social and political power networks. This collected volume of essays focuses on one of the central figures in this process, the Irish ascetic exile and monastic founder, Columbanus (c. 550-615), his travels on the Continent, and the monastic network he and his Frankish disciples established in Merovingian Gaul and Lombard Italy. The post-Roman kingdoms through which Columbanus travelled and established his monastic foundations were made up of many different communities of peoples. As an outsider and immigrant, how did Columbanus and his communities interact with these peoples? How did they negotiate differences and what emerged from these encounters? How societies interact with outsiders can reveal the inner workings and social norms of that culture. This volume aims to explore further the strands of this vibrant contact and to consider all of the geographical spheres in which Columbanus and his monastic communities operated (Ireland, Merovingian Gaul, Alamannia, Lombard Italy) and the varieties of communities he and his successors came in contact with - whether they be royal, ecclesiastic, aristocratic, or grass-roots.

Early Biblical Interpretation (Paperback): James L Kugel, Rowan A Greer Early Biblical Interpretation (Paperback)
James L Kugel, Rowan A Greer
R1,077 R929 Discovery Miles 9 290 Save R148 (14%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This highly accessible book discusses how the early Jewish and Christian communities went about interpreting Scripture.

The Library of Early Christianity is a series of eight outstanding books exploring the Jewish and Greco-Roman contexts in which the New Testament developed.

Tertullian: A Historical and Literary Study (Hardcover, 1985): Timothy David Barnes Tertullian: A Historical and Literary Study (Hardcover, 1985)
Timothy David Barnes
R5,331 Discovery Miles 53 310 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Tertullian lived and wrote in Roman Carthage during the reigns of Septimus Severus (193-211) and his son Caracalla (211-217). His voluminous tracts and pamphlets reveal the atmosphere of early Christianity in an era of persecution. The author sets Tertullian's writings within a chronological and historical framework, then uses them to interpret Tertullian's intellectial development, his reaction to the society in which he lived, and his place in Latin literature.

Illiterate Apostles - Uneducated Early Christians and the Literates Who Loved Them (Hardcover): Allen Hilton Illiterate Apostles - Uneducated Early Christians and the Literates Who Loved Them (Hardcover)
Allen Hilton
R3,223 Discovery Miles 32 230 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Allen Hilton examines how pagan critics ridiculed the early Christians for being uneducated, and how a few literate Christians took up pen to defend the illiterate members of their churches. Hilton sheds light on the peculiarity of this "defense", in which the authors openly admit that the critics have the facts on their side, noting that the Book of Acts even calls two of its heroes, Peter and John, illiterates. Why did the authors of these biblical texts, intent on presenting Christianity in a positive light, volunteer such a negative detail? The answer to this question reveals a fascinating social exchange that first surrounded education levels in antiquity, and proceeded to make its way into the New Testament. This volume provides context for pagan education as opposed to early Christian illiteracy - touching upon the methods of ancient learning and the relationship between Christian and pagan schools - and analyses the 'uneducated virtue' of the Apostles. Hilton provides a useful window onto the social construction of ancient education and ushers readers into the everyday experience of ancient Christians, and those who disdained and defended them.

Satan - The Early Christian Tradition (Hardcover): Jeffrey Burton Russell Satan - The Early Christian Tradition (Hardcover)
Jeffrey Burton Russell
R1,313 Discovery Miles 13 130 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Lives Of The Desert Fathers (Paperback): Norman Russell The Lives Of The Desert Fathers (Paperback)
Norman Russell; Introduction by Benedicta Ward
R580 R488 Discovery Miles 4 880 Save R92 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Eyewitness accounts of the lives and teachings of the fourth-century Desert Fathers from the "Historiamonachorum in Aegypto."

The Atonement: The Origins of the Doctrine in the New Testament (Paperback): Martin Hengel The Atonement: The Origins of the Doctrine in the New Testament (Paperback)
Martin Hengel
R705 Discovery Miles 7 050 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In recent years it has been increasingly suggested in some quarters that the doctrine of the atoning death of Christ did not come into being in the earliest stages of Christianity; the first interpretation of Jesus is said to have been the image of him as the eschatological prophet, or the innocent man suffering wrongly. Against such views which might seem to devalue the doctrine of the atonement, Professor Hengel argues forcefully and with great scholarship that the doctrine of the atonement can be traced back to the earliest church, indeed to the sayings of Jesus himself. The second part of the book is devoted to this quest, moving back from the letters of Paul, through the pre-Pauline tradition, to Jesus. It is fascinating in itself. However, what gives the book even greater appeal is its first part, in which Professor Hengel examines a wider area of classical antiquity. Would it have made sense to Greeks and Romans of the first-century to say that Jesus had died for them? Were there points of contact in their traditions? Surveying Greek and Latin literature, Professor Hengel shows just how widespread a theme 'dying for' actually was, from Homer, through the Greek tragedians and orators, to Plutarch, Livy and Caesar. Once again, he sheds new light on areas which might be thought to have been long since worked to death.

God Visible - Patristic Christology Reconsidered (Hardcover): Brian E. Daley God Visible - Patristic Christology Reconsidered (Hardcover)
Brian E. Daley
R2,410 Discovery Miles 24 100 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

God Visible: Patristic Christology Reconsidered considers the early development and reception of what is today the most widely professed Christian conception of Christ. The development of this doctrine admits of wide variations in expression and understanding, varying emphases in interpretation that are as striking in authors of the first millennium as they are among modern writers. The seven early ecumenical councils and their dogmatic formulations are crucial way-stations in defining the shape of this study. Brian E. Daley argues that the scope of previous enquiries, which focused on the declaration of the Council of Chalcedon in AD 451 that Christ was one Person in two natures, the Divine of the same substance as the Father, and the human of the same substance as us, now seems excessively narrow and distorts our understanding. Daley sets aside the Chalcedonian formula and instead considers what some major Church Fathers-from Irenaeus to John Damascene-say about the person of Christ.

Basic Writings - Proslogium, Mologium, Gaunilo's In Behalf of the Fool, Cur Deus Homo (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition):... Basic Writings - Proslogium, Mologium, Gaunilo's In Behalf of the Fool, Cur Deus Homo (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Anselm; Translated by S.N. Deane
R797 R618 Discovery Miles 6 180 Save R179 (22%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) was one of the originators of medievil scholastic philosophy. This collection of his best-known philosophical works contains, among other things, the Proslogium, in which Anselm first put forward the famous ontological argument for the existence of God. Also included are Gaunilo of Maurmoutier's criticism of Anselm's argument and Anselm's reply to Gaunilo.

Summa Contra Gentiles - Book 3: Providence, Part II (Paperback): Thomas Aquinas Summa Contra Gentiles - Book 3: Providence, Part II (Paperback)
Thomas Aquinas
R824 Discovery Miles 8 240 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Summa Contra Gentiles is not merely the only complete summary of Christian doctrine that St. Thomas has written, but also a creative and even revolutionary work of Christian apologetics composed at the precise moment when Christian thought needed to be intellectually creative in order to master and assimilate the intelligence and wisdom of the Greeks and the Arabs. In the Summa Aquinas works to save and purify the thought of the Greeks and the Arabs in the higher light of Christian Revelation, confident that all that had been rational in the ancient philosophers and their followers would become more rational within Christianity. This exposition and defense of divine truth has two main parts: the consideration of that truth that faith professes and reason investigates, and the consideration of the truth that faith professes and reason is not competent to investigate. The exposition of truths accessible to natural reason occupies Aquinas in the first three books of the Summa. His method is to bring forward demonstrative and probable arguments, some of which are drawn from the philosophers, to convince the skeptic. In the fourth book of the Summa St. Thomas appeals to the authority of the Sacred Scripture for those divine truths that surpass the capacity of reason. The present volume is the second part of a treatise on the hierarchy of creation, the divine providence over all things, and man's relation to God. Book 1 of the Summa deals with God; Book 2, Creation; and Book 4, Salvation.

Augustinus von Hippo - Predigten zu den alttestamentlichen Propheten ("Sermones" 42-50)- Einleitung, Text, Uebersetzung und... Augustinus von Hippo - Predigten zu den alttestamentlichen Propheten ("Sermones" 42-50)- Einleitung, Text, Uebersetzung und Anmerkungen (German, Hardcover, New edition)
Hubertus Drobner
R2,274 Discovery Miles 22 740 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Band 10 der zweisprachigen Ausgabe der Sermones ad populum bietet die erstmalige deutsche UEbertragung der Predigten 42-50 zu den alttestamentlichen Propheten (Jesaja, Ezechiel, Micha, Haggai), darunter die beiden vormals groessten und seit der Antike ausserst popularen Sermones 46 und 47 zu Ezechiel 34 "UEber die Hirten und die Herde". Der kritisch annotierte lateinische Text beruht auf dem Vergleich der bisherigen Editionen unter Heranziehung neu identifizierter Handschriften sowie der indirekten UEberlieferung in Zitaten mittelalterlicher Werke. Die Kommentierung erlautert insbesondere UEberlieferung, Chronologie, Struktur, Stil, biblisches Gedankengut, Liturgie und Theologie der Predigten, historische, hagiographische, archaologische und naturwissenschaftliche Daten.

The Seven Books of History Against the Pagans - Vol. 50 (Paperback, Short-Run Reprint ed.): Origen The Seven Books of History Against the Pagans - Vol. 50 (Paperback, Short-Run Reprint ed.)
Origen
R1,025 Discovery Miles 10 250 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Orosius wrote the first Christian Universal History, "Historiarum adversus paganos libri septem." It has been thought to be a supplement to the "City of God," "Civitate Dei," especially the third book, in which St. Augustine attempts to prove that the Roman Empire suffered as many disasters before as after Christianity was received. It was a common argument among the pagans that the abandonment of the worship of their deities had led to the general break-up of the Roman Empire and all its attendant evils. St. Augustine was annoyed by the persistence of this argument and hoped that a history of all the known people of antiquity, with the fundamental idea in mind that God determines the destinies of nations, would put an end to that pagan thinking. St. Augustine called upon his young friend Orosius to do this work. Added interest is attached to Orosius' History by reason of his think link with St. Augustine. The great St. Augustine, in his declining years, requested the youthful and far less gifted Orosius to perform a most important task. From the point of view of the modern historian and his scientific method, Orosius' work does not rate very high. The work completed in 418 shows sign of haste. In addition to Holy Scripture and the chronicle of Eusebius revised by St. Jerome, Orosius used Livy, Eutropius, Caesar, Suetonius, Florus, and Justin as sources. All the calamities suffered by the various peoples are described often with annoying monotony. Yet the work is valuable as history, containing as it does contemporary information on the period after 278 A.D. It was used widely during the Middle Ages, and the existence today of nearly 200 manuscript copies is evidence of its past popularity.

Late Medieval Mysticism (Paperback): Ray C. Petry Late Medieval Mysticism (Paperback)
Ray C. Petry
R1,009 R769 Discovery Miles 7 690 Save R240 (24%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Included in this collection of Medieval writings are Ray Petry's careful essays on the province and character of mysticism and the history of mysticism from Plato to Bernard of Clairvaux.

Long recognized for the quality of its translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes, the Library of Christian Classics provides scholars and students with modern English translations of some of the most significant Christian theological texts in history. Through these works--each written prior to the end of the sixteenth century--contemporary readers are able to engage the ideas that have shaped Christian theology and the church through the centuries.

Early Latin Theology - Selections from Tertullian, Cyprian, Ambrose, and Jerome (Paperback, New edition): S. L Greenslade Early Latin Theology - Selections from Tertullian, Cyprian, Ambrose, and Jerome (Paperback, New edition)
S. L Greenslade
R1,009 R769 Discovery Miles 7 690 Save R240 (24%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This collection of representative works in early Latin theology includes works by Tertullian, Cyprian, Ambrose, and Jerome.

Long recognized for the quality of its translations, introductions, explanatory notes, and indexes, the Library of Christian Classics provides scholars and students with modern English translations of some of the most significant Christian theological texts in history. Through these works--each written prior to the end of the sixteenth century--contemporary readers are able to engage the ideas that have shaped Christian theology and the church through the centuries.

Christ the Educator - Vol. 23 (Paperback): of Alexandria,Saint Clement Christ the Educator - Vol. 23 (Paperback)
of Alexandria,Saint Clement
R1,015 Discovery Miles 10 150 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Clement of Alexandria, a scholar who flourished around the turn of the third century, devoted this work to instructing Christian converts on the nature of the Christian life. Another of his books, the Protreptikos, was intended as an outreach to pagans, and this book, the Paidagogos (called here Christ the Educator), was to serve as a guide to Christian living for baptized individuals who were still young in the faith. A sober lifestyle of moderation and self-restraint should characterize every Christian, and Clement's thinking on ethics reveals the influence of Stoic philosophy.

Confessions - Vol. 21 (Paperback): Augustine Confessions - Vol. 21 (Paperback)
Augustine
R1,028 Discovery Miles 10 280 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Augustine wrote his famous Confessiones during the early years of his episcopate, specifically, between 397 and 400. This work, ground-breaking in its time, is a piece of introspection and personal reminiscence aimed at glorifying God in gratitude for Augustine's conversion to Christianity. Augustine lays bare his personal journey, which took him from youthful carousal through phases of Manichaean dualism, Stoic speculation, skepticism, and Neo-Platonism, to the discovery of salvation in Jesus Christ. The final three "books" of this work offer Augustine's exegesis of the creation narratives in the Book of Genesis.

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