The Christology of John Chrysostom
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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • John Chrysostom, -- Saint, -- d. 407,
  • Jesus Christ -- Natures.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Melvin E. Lawrenz, III.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationvi, 216 leaves.
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18272739M

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The Christology of John Chrysostom [Lawrenz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Lawrenz. Chronology of the Life of John Chrysostom --Ch. 1. Historical Background --John Chrysostom --Life and Works --Chrysostom as a Catechetical Theologian --Studies Relating to Chrysostom's Christology --Ch. 2. Chrysostom on the Divinity of Christ --Jesus and the Gospels --Neo-Arian Movement --Chrysostom's Response to Neo-Arian Theology --Ch. 3. The Christology of John Chrysostom by Mel Lawrenz, , University Microfilms International edition, in EnglishCited by: 3. I am delighted to announce the recent publication of my monograph titled, Transformed in Christ: Christology and the Christian Life in John Chrysostom, in the Princeton Theological Monograph Series, by Pickwick Publications (Imprint of Wipf and Stock). This book began life a few years ago as my doctoral thesis at the University of Aberdeen.

Book Description (from the author): Scholarly readings of John Chrysostom’s Christology seldom examine the intimate relationship that exists between his doctrinal, sacramental, and praxeological views. The vital correlation between exegesis and praxis in patristic thought must be taken into consideration in any evaluation of christological. Scholarly readings of John Chrysostom's Christology seldom examine the intimate relationship that exists between his doctrinal, sacramental, and praxeological views. The vital correlation between exegesis and praxis in patristic thought must be taken into consideration in any evaluation of christological positions. Chrysostom's doctrine of Christ is intricately bound to life in the church.   Transformed in Christ (Princeton Theological Monograph) [Naidu, Ashish J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Transformed in . St. John Chrysostom: Six Books on the Priesthood (St. Vladimir's Seminary Press Popular Patristics Series) by St. John Chrysostom and Graham Neville | Jul 1, out of 5 stars Paperback $ $ Get it as soon as Tue, Nov 3. FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon.

  The method used in this study is the examination of the nearly five hundred homilies and homiletical commentaries on the books of the New Testament Chrysostom treated, and his polemical homilies against the Neo-Arians. Recommended Citation. LAWRENZ, MELVIN EDWARD, "THE CHRISTOLOGY OF JOHN CHRYSOSTOM" ().Cited by: 3. Scholarly readings of John Chrysostom’s Christology seldom examine the intimate relationship that exists between his doctrinal, sacramental, and praxeological views. The vital correlation between exegesis and praxis in patristic thought must be taken into consideration in any evaluation of christological positions. Saint John Chrysostom, his life and times a sketch of the church and the empire in the fourth century / by: Stephens, W. R. W. Published: () John Chrysostom on divine pedagogy: the coherence of his theology and preaching / by: Rylaarsdam, David, Published: (). John Chrysostom (d. ) came from Antioch and was such a great preacher that he earned the name “Chrysostom” (golden mouth). Chrysostom was influenced by the so-called Antiochene school, because he sat under the teaching of Diodore of Tarsus, a well-known Antiochene teacher. Although Chrysostom benefited from the teaching of Diodore, it would not be accurate to classify him as an.