The Apostolic Fathers V 1 2 Clement

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The Apostolic Fathers

Author: Clement I (Pope )
Editor: Wentworth Press
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The Apostolic Fathers And Paul

Author: Todd D. Still
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 0567672301
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Building on the work of Tertullian and Paul this volume continues a series of specially commissioned studies by leading voices in New Testament/Early Christianity and Patristics studies to consider how Paul was read, interpreted and received by the Church Fathers. In this volume the use of Paul's writings is examined within the work of the Apostolic Fathers. Issue of influence, reception, theology and history are examined to show how Paul's work influenced the developing theology of the early Church. The literary style of Paul's output is also examined. The contributors to the volume represent leading lights in the study of the Apostolic Fathers, as well as respected names from the field of New Testament studies.

Clement Ignatius Polycarp Didache Barnabas

Author: Apostolic Fathers
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THIS EDITION HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEWER EDITION The writings of the Apostolic Fathers give a picture of Christian life and thought in the period immediately after New Testament times. Some of them were accorded almost Scriptural authority in the early Church. The nine texts subsumed under this title include the epistles of Ignatius, bishop of Antioch, which were written while Ignatius was en route to Rome as a prisoner, condemned to die in the wild-beast arena. Here too is the "Didache," a book of precepts in religious instruction, worship, and ministry; and the "Epistle of Barnabas," which attempts to sever the connection between Judaism and the Old Testament. "The Shepherd of Hermas" is a book of revelations and a doctrine of repentance; and the "Martyrdom of Polycarp" gives an account of the persecution of Christians at Smyrna.

The Apostolic Fathers

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Jesus Tradition In The Apostolic Fathers

Author: Stephen E. Young
Editor: Mohr Siebeck
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This dissertation reevaluates the tradition of Jesus' sayings in the Apostolic Fathers in light of the growing recognition of the impact of orality upon early Christianity and its writings. At the beginning of the last century it was common to hold that the Apostolic Fathers made wide use of the canonical Gospels. While a number of studies have since called this view into question, many of them simply replace the theory of dependence upon canonical Gospels with one of dependence upon other written sources. No full-scale study of Jesus tradition in the Apostolic Fathers has been published which takes into account the last four decades of new research into oral tradition in the wake of the pioneering work of Milman Parry and Albert Lord. Based on this new research, the present dissertation advances the thesis that an oral-traditional source best explains the form and content of the explicit appeals to Jesus tradition in the Apostolic Fathers that predate 2 Clement. In the course of the discussion, attention is drawn to the ways in which the Jesus tradition in the Apostolic Fathers informs our understanding of the use of oral tradition in Christian antiquity.

The Apostolic Fathers Patres Apostolici

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The Apostolic Fathers

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ISBN: 1773561944
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The era of the apostolic fathers was filled with danger and plenty of false teaching. New fathers needed to rise up in order to fill the gap left by the apostles after their persecutions by the Roman Empire. This collection of writing is the basis from which many of our current beliefs come from. These men fought false teaching and notably Gnosticism in order to clear up the Bible and the apostolic teaching handed down to them and us.