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De Graecarum affectionum curatione = Heilung der griechischen Krankheiten /

by Theodoretus Cyrensis, circa 393-458 vescovo di Ciro, autore ;
Scholten, Clemens, curatore .
Series: Supplements to Vigiliae Christianae : 126.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2015Description: XXIV, 825 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9789004279322.Other title: Heilung der griechischen Krankheiten.Uniform titles: Graecarum affectionum curatio. Tedesco e greco.Summary: The treatise “De Graecarum affectionum curatione” (Therapeia of the Greek Maladies) is considered a highlight of Christian apologetic literature. Bishop Theodoret of Cyrrhus(ca AD 393 - ca AD 460) disputes the prejudice that the Christian faith was incompatible with classical education and civilization. He shows the integrating ability of globally aligned Christianity to establish peaceful local communities. The Greek tradition itself demonstrates the truth of Christianity. The text is placed in the context of Theodoret’s life and works. Its literary character, place in Christian apologetics, sources, cultural and historical context, and the possibility that Syrian Antioch was its place of origin are all examined. The present edition contains the critical text by Raeder and a German translation with notes.
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Books Books Dip. Teologia CF 660.126 (Browse shelf) Copy 001 Available

Bibliogr. p. [715]-776.

The treatise “De Graecarum affectionum curatione” (Therapeia of the Greek Maladies) is considered a highlight of Christian apologetic literature. Bishop Theodoret of Cyrrhus(ca AD 393 - ca AD 460) disputes the prejudice that the Christian faith was incompatible with classical education and civilization. He shows the integrating ability of globally aligned Christianity to establish peaceful local communities. The Greek tradition itself demonstrates the truth of Christianity. The text is placed in the context of Theodoret’s life and works. Its literary character, place in Christian apologetics, sources, cultural and historical context, and the possibility that Syrian Antioch was its place of origin are all examined. The present edition contains the critical text by Raeder and a German translation with notes.

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