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These categories brought Greek learning together with biblical exegesis in the Antiochene tradition of Theodore of Mopsuestia.
Teodoro de Mopsuestia es considerado el mayor de los exponentes de la escuela de Antioquia, y, si no su fundador, si aquel que la doto de su complejo arsenal teorico (47).
344-407), and Theodore of Mopsuestia (350-428); the Syriac speaker Ephraem the Syrian (306-73); and the Latin speakers Tertullian (c.
Joao era originario de Antioquia, a metropole da provincia da Siria, uma cidade que, no seculo IV, apresentava uma intensa vida intelectual, nao apenas em virtude da atuacao de pensadores cristaos do porte de Diodoro de Tarso e Teodoro de Mopsuestia, principais artifices da escola de exegese antioquena, como tambem pela atuacao de Libanio, o mais ilustre representante da retorica grega no final do Mundo Antigo.
tales como Soli, Mallos, Adana, Epiphaneia, Zephyrium, Alexandria ad Issum o Mopsuestia (47).
2-72), Theodoros of Mopsuestia, Diodoros of Tarsus (frag.
While the fourth and fifth centuries produced many kinds of sermons, including festal, doctrinal, and expository, in this essay I discuss the catechetical and mystagogical preaching of four fourth-century preachers: Ambrose of Milan, Cyril of Jerusalem, John Chrysostom, and Theodore of Mopsuestia.
Similarly, about the same time that Chrysostom was writing these homilies, Theodore of Mopsuestia was writing his Greek Catechetical Homilies.
Asi el obispo Epifanio (403DC), Teodoro de Mopsuestia, representante de la escuela de Antioquia y San Juan Damasceno (749DC) expresaran la misma conviccion y recalcaran sobre el aspecto real del jardin divino.
Teodoro de Mopsuestia calificaba de "seducciones de Satan" las danzas, las luchas de los atletas, el teatro y el circo, porque a traves de ellas, decia, el diablo "procura la perdicion de las almas".
To illustrate the normative traditions of rabbinic Judaism and the early church he includes selections from the Genesis Rabbah, Exodus Rabbah, Babylonian Talmud, and other Old Testament apocrypha and rabbinic works; and from Gregory of Nyssa, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Ephrem, Augustine, John Chrysostom, Origen, Tertullian, and other patristic authors, mostly before 400 CE.
Among them are such well-known persons as John Courtney Murray, Galileo, Catherine of Siena, John Henry Newman, Yves Congar, Thomas Aquinas and Hildegard of Bingen, as well as lesser-known persons such as Mother Guerin, Sor Juana, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Matteo Ricci and Mary MacKillop.
This particular volume is devoted to three of St Paul's most important letters and we have here in translation the words of Jerome, Origen, Augustine, John Chrysostom, Theodoret, Marius Victorinus and Theodore of Mopsuestia.
Brock, `Studies' 24, `Transition' 2 15, insists on dating Apostolic Constitutions to the end of the fourth century and on ignoring its evidence, thus claiming Theodore of Mopsuestia as the first to attest post-baptismal anointing with [GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in the Antiochene area.
His brand of exegesis is said to be Antiochene, and he is said to find his 'stylistic model' (39) in Theodore of Mopsuestia.