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Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism

knowing the unknowable

by Henny Fiskå Hägg

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Published by Oxford University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clement, -- of Alexandria, Saint, -- ca. 150-ca. 215,
  • Negative theology -- Christianity -- History of doctrines

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementHenny Fisk Hagg
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR65.C66 H34 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 314 p. ;
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17196933M
    ISBN 100199288089
    LC Control Number2006006745

    Titus Flavius Clemens (c – c. ), known as Clement of Alexandria, was a Christian theologian who taught at the Catechetical School of Alexandria.A convert to Christianity, he was an educated man who was familiar with classical Greek philosophy and his three major works demonstrate, Clement was influenced by Hellenistic philosophy to a greater . Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism / by: Hägg, Henny Fiskå. Published: () Clement of Alexandria and a secret Gospel of Mark. by: Smith, Morton, Published: () The philosophy of Clement of Alexandria. by: Osborn, Eric Francis.

    Clement has either shaped his own Christian apophaticism from these three systems, or this is part of the paradosis. Secondly, there is not enough direct textual evidence to link theoria with Clement's apophaticism; if there is a link we will have to verify it through the association of other ideas and categories. Clement of Alexandria Chapter 3 - Introduction. The survey of theoria helps us to understand the development of the word up until the time of Clement. We acknowledged that Clement's use of the word represents a further development from an intellectual "seeing" to something different, a spiritual "seeing," or contemplation.

    Henny Fiskå Hägg, Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ): Theological Studies 68 (): – Norman Russel, The Doctrine of Deification in the Greek Patristic Tradition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ): Theological Studies 67 (): – Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. ISBN Havey, Francis (). “Clement of Alexandria”. The Catholic Encyclopedia 4. New York, NY: Robert Appleton Company. Heid, Stefan ().


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Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism by Henny Fiskå Hägg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Henny Fiska Hagg investigates this earliest stage of Christian negative (apophatic) theology, as well as the beginnings of the distinction between essence and energies, focusing on Clement of Alexandria in the late second by:   CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA AND THE BEGINNINGS OF CHRISTIAN APOPHATICISM.

By Henny Fiska Hagg. Oxford Early Christian Studies. New York: Oxford University, Pp. xii + $ A revision of Hagg's dissertation at the University of Bergen, this book is a valuable contribution to the study of Clement of Alexandria's theological.

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Find books. Get this from a library. Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism. [Henny Fiskå Hägg] -- Can humans know God.

Can created beings approach the Uncreated. The concept of God and questions about our ability to know Him are central to this book.

Eastern Orthodox theology distinguishes. Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism (Oxford Early Christian Studies) - Kindle edition by Hägg, Henny Fiska.

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Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism. [Henny Fiskå Hägg] -- Can humans know God. Eastern Orthodox theology affirms that we cannot know God in his essence, but may know him through his energies.

The author investigates the beginnings of Christian negative. Apophatic theology claims that God is unknowable, and this book investigates the earliest stages of Christian apophaticism. It focuses on the writings of Clement of Alexandria (around AD ): his view of language and esotericism, various aspects of his concept of God, his Logos-theology as well as his epistemology in relation to God.

Clement holds that God is unknowable. Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism / by: Hägg, Henny Fiskå.

Published: () Clement of Alexandria: a study in Christian Platonism and Gnosticism / by: Lilla, Salvatore Romano Clemente. Published: (). Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism Henny Fiska Hägg Oxford Early Christian Studies.

An excellent introduction to both the central aspects of Clement of Alexandria's theology and the beginnings of apophatic (negative) theology. Clement of Alexandria. A Study in Christian Platonism and Gnosticism Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism (Oxford Early Christian Studies) Henny Fiska Hagg english.

File: PDF, MB. Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your. Book Review: Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism Article in Theological studies 68(4) December with 1 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Oxford University Press, USA | | ISBN: | pages Can humans know God. Can created beings approach the Uncreated. The concept of God and questions about our ability to know him are central to this book. Eastern Orthodox theology distinguishes between knowing God as he is (his divine essence) and as he presents himself.

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Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism. By HENNY FlSKÂ HÀGG. xii + (Oxford Early Christian Studies.) Oxford: Oxford University Press, ISBN ο 19 9.

£ CLEMENT's apophaticism is an appealing subject and is well served by this clear, pleasantly written, and relatively brief. Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism by Henny Fisk $ Christian Beginnings Revisited: Jesus His Disciples and the EvangelistsFre.

Clement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticism. By Henny Fiskå Hägg. (Oxford Early Christian Studies.) Pp. xii+ Oxford:. THE INSTRUCTOR. [PAEDAGOGUS.] THE INSTRUCTOR BOOK I CHAP. THE OFFICE OF THE INSTRUCTOR.

AS there are these three things in the case of man, habits, actions, and passions; habits are the department appropriated by hortatory discourse the guide to piety, which, like the ship's keel, is laid beneath for the building up of faith; in which, rejoicing exceedingly.

Eric Osborn has published a study of Clement’s synthesis of the apostolic faith and classical philosophy in Clement of Alexandria (Cambridge, ), and the series of Oxford Early Christian Studies has published an interesting Orthodox take on Clement’s apophatic mystical theology, Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian.

Titus Flavius Clemens (Greek: Κλήμης ὁ Ἀλεξανδρεύς; c. – c. ), known as Clement of Alexandria to distinguish him from the earlier Clement of Rome, was a Christian theologian who taught at the Catechetical School of Alexandria.A convert to Christianity, he was an educated man who was familiar with classical Greek philosophy and literature.

Clement of Alexandria: A Study in Christian Platonism and Gnosticism lilla Clement of Alexandria - $ of: Alexandria Clement Gnosticism A and Christian lilla in Study Platonism Platonism lilla Study in of A and: Christian Clement Alexandria Gnosticism.

Clement of Alexandria’s Exegesis of Old Testament Theophanies Returning to Clement’s treatment of theophanies, it is noteworthy that the extensive rehearsal of theophanic texts discussed above occurs in the irst book of the Paedagogue.

This forces us to view Clement’s exegesis of theophanies in a more nuanced manner. Concretely, that which.Journal of Early Christian Studies focuses on the study of Christianity in the context of late ancient societies and religions from C.E. The Journal publishes the best of traditional patristics scholarship while showcasing articles that call attention to newer methodologies and themes often absent from other patristic journals.

Every issue features an extensive book review section. It is a fascinating time in the world of early Christian studies, especially concerning figures once reprobated as suspect or heterodox. Our views of figures such as Evagrius have been undergoing considerable revision in recent it seems it is Clement of Alexandria 's turn.

Five years ago, in his Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of .