|Item type||Location||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due|
|Books||Dip. Teologia||CF 2072 (Browse shelf)||Copy 001||Available|
Patristic Worlds / Susan Ashbrook Harvey -- Whose fathers? an overview of patristic studies in Europe / Martin Wallraff -- Between Western and Eastern traditions: Polish patristic studies after World War II / Marcin R. Wysocki -- The state of patristics in North America / Dennis Trout -- Los estudios patristicos en Sudamerica y el Caribe / Francisco Garcia Bazan -- Patristic studies in East Asia (Mainly in Japan) / Satoshi Toda -- Patristics in Australia: Current status and future potential / Bronwen Neil -- La contribution des etudes patristiques a la theologie Africaine : L'etude des peres de l'eglise a l'ecole theologique de Kinshasa (1957-2013) / Michel Willy Libambu -- The origins of AIEP / Adolph Martin Ritter -- The development of the AIEP/IAPS / Angelo Di Berardino -- Editer et traduire les ecrits des Peres dans sources Chretiennes: Regard sur soixante-dix ans d'activite editoriale / Jean-Noel Guinot -- Patristic studies and the emergence of Islam / Averil Cameron -- The construction of ancient Jewish Christianity in the twentieth century: The case of Hans-Joachim Schoeps and Jean Danielou / Emanuel Fiano -- Manichaeism at the crossroads of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions / Timothy Pettipiece -- Patristics beyond 'East' and 'West' / Columba Stewart OSB -- A meeting-point between East and West: Hesychius of Jerusalem and the interpretation of the psalter in Byzantium / Barbara Crostini -- Patristics and theology: From concordance and conflict to competition and collaboration? / Christoph Markschies -- The fifth theological oration of Gregory of Nazianzen and the historical contingency of revelation / Lenka Karfikova -- Formation from the Fathers: The place of patristics in the theological education of clergy / Eimhin Walsh -- Syriac Christians and Babylonian Jewery: Narratives and identity shaping in a muti-religious setting / Reuven Kiperwasser - Serge Ruzer -- 'La patristique, c'est autre chose': Andre Mandouze, Peter Brown, and the avocations of patristics as a philological science / Mark Vessey -- Les 'Pseudo-Clementines' et le choix du roman grec / Dominique Cote -- Patristics - As reflected in Gregorian spiritual and intllectual history / Tina Dolidze -- The rise and function of the Holy Text in late Antiquity: Severus of Antioch, the Babylonian Talmud, and beyond / Yonatan Moss -- Integrating material and visual evidence into early Christian studies: Approaches, benefits, and potential problems / Robin M. Jensen -- Patristics and Byzantine meta-images: Molding belief in the divine from written to painted theology / Anne Karahan -- Identification of Early Byzantine Constantinopolitan, Syrian, and Roman church plans in the Levant and some possible consequences / Bernard J. Mulholland -- The churh of Mary in the Probatic Pool and the Haghiasmata of Constantinople / Eirini Panou
An overview of the state of Patristic studies world-wide, in the twenty-first century: its relevance and contribution to the fields of religious culture, traditions, literature, art, archaeology and theology. To mark the fiftieth anniversary of its inception, the International Association of Patristic Studies, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Christianity in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, convened an international conference in Jerusalem on 25th - 27th June, 2013. The theme of the conference was the state of patristic studies in the twenty-first century, focusing on the implications of the various settings and interests of patristic studies for the future of the field.
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