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Thu Oct 16 17:50:20 2014 UTClccn-n500668490.39Angelomorphic pneumatology Clement of Alexandria and other early Christian witnesses /0.590.90Klēmentos Alexandreōs logos tis o sōzomthyos plousios Clem. Alexand. liber quis dives salutem consequi posit : accedunt nonnulla in editionibus operum clementis hactenus desiderata100185827Clement_of_Alexandrian 500668491009984918741Clemens 150-ca. 215 AlexandrinusClemens 150-ca. 215 von AlexandriaClemens AlexandrinusClemens Alexandrinus 0150?-021.?Clemens, Alexandrinus, 150-ca. 215Clemens Alexandrinus c. 150-215/6Clemens (Alexandrinus) ca 150-ca 215Clemens Alexandrinus ca 150-ca 215 helgonClemens Alexandrinus, helgon, ca 150-ca 215Clemens, Alexandrinus, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clemens approximately 150-approximately 215 Alexandrinus, SaintClemens approximately 150-approximately 215 von Alexandreia, SaintClemens approximately 150-approximately 215 von Alexandrien, SaintClemens av Alexandria ca 150-ca 215 helgonClemens av Alexandria, helgon, ca 150-ca 215Clemens ca150-ca215 van AlexandriëClemens, Titus FlaviusClemens Titus Flavius 0150?-021.?Clemens, Titus Flavius AlexandrinusClemens, Titus Flavius Alexandrinus ca 150-ca 215Clemens, Titus Flavius, Alexandrinus, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clemens, Titus Flavius approximately 150-approximately 215 Alexandrinus, SaintClemens Titus Flavius ca 150-ca 215Clemens, van Alexandrie͏̈, ca150-ca215Clemens von Alexandreia ca 150-ca 215Clemens, von Alexandreia, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clemens, von Alexandria, 150-ca. 215Clemens von Alexandria ca 150-ca 215Clemens von Alexandrien ca 150-ca 215Clemens, von Alexandrien, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clément 150-ca. 215 d'AlexandrieClement 150-ca. 215 of AlexandriaClement, Alexandrinul, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clement approximately 150-approximately 215 Alexandrinul, SaintClément approximately 150-approximately 215 d'Alexandrie, SaintClement ca. 150-approximately 215 of Alexandria, SaintClement ca. 150-ca. 215 d'Alexandrie, SaintClement ca. 150-ca. 215 of Alexandria, SaintClément ca150-ca215 d'AlexandrieClement ca150-ca215 of AlexandriaClément D'AlexandrieClément d'Alexandrie 0150?-021.? saintClément, d'Alexandrie, 150-ca. 215Clément d'Alexandrie ca 150-ca 215Clément, d'Alexandrie, ca150-ca215Clément d'Alexandrie saintClément d'Alexandrie saint 0150?-021.?Clément, d'Alexandrie, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clement, d'Alexandrie, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215Clement of AlexandriaClement of Alexandria 0150?-021.?Clement, of Alexandria, 150-ca. 215Clement of Alexandria ca. 150-ca. 215Clement of Alexandria ca 150-ca 215 SaintClement, of Alexandria, ca150-ca215Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-approximately 215Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, ca. 150-ca. 215Clemente 150-ca. 215 de AlejandriaClemente, AlessandrinoClemente, Alessandrino, ca150-ca215Clemente, Alessandrino, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clemente approximately 150-approximately 215 Alessandrino, SaintClemente approximately 150-approximately 215 d'Alessandria, SaintClemente ca150-ca215 di AlessandriaClemente, d'Alessandria, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Clemente de AlejandríaClemente, de Alejandria, 150-ca. 215Clemente di AlessandriaClemente di Alessandria 0150?-021.?Clemente di Alessandria c. 150-215/6Clemente, di Alessandria ca. 150-ca. 215Clemente, di Alessandria, ca150-ca215Clementis AlexandriniCliment d'AlexandriaKlemens Aleksandrinos.Klemens Aleksandryjski.Klemens, Aleksandryjski, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Klēmens, Alexandreas, approximately 150-approximately 215Klemens approximately 150-approximately 215 Aleksandryjski, SaintKlēmens approximately 150-approximately 215 AlexandreasKlemens approximately 150-approximately 215 von Alexandrien, SaintKlemens ca150-ca215 von AlexandriaKlemens von AlexandriaKlemens von Alexandria ca 150-ca 215Klemens, von Alexandria, ca150-ca215Klemens von AlexandrienKlemens von Alexandrien ca 150-ca 215Klemens, von Alexandrien, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Klemens z Aleksandrii.Klemens z Aleksandryi.Klement AleksandrijskiKlement Alexandrijský ca 150-ca 215Klement Alexandrinský ca 150-ca 215Klement, Tit FlavijeKlementos 150-ca. 215 AlexandreosKlementos, Alexandreos, 150-ca. 215Klêmês AlexandreiasKlēmēs AlexandreusKliment, aleksandriĭskiĭ, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Kliment approximately 150-approximately 215 aleksandriĭskiĭ, SaintKlī́mīs ho ’Alexandreús 0150?-021.?Titus Flavius Clemens.Titus Flavius Clemens, Alexandrinus ca 150-ca 215Titus Flavius Clemens, Alexandrinus, Saint, approximately 150-approximately 215Titus Flavius Clemens approximately 150-approximately 215 Alexandrinus, Saintz Alexandreie, Kléméns ca 150-ca 215Κλήμης ὁ Ἀλεξανδρεύς 0150?-021.?קלמנס, אלכסנדרינסإكليمنضس السكندريlccn-n79004180Origenlccn-n80089626JustinMartyr, Saintlccn-n80051891Philoof Alexandrialccn-n88661234Butterworth, G. W.(George William)1879-trllccn-n79117240Ferguson, John1921-1989lccn-n85117789Mondésert, Claudeauiannwamtrledtlccn-no96009842Stählin, Otto1868-1949othtrledtlccn-n50036112Chadwick, Henry1920-2008lccn-n2009002107Itter, Andrew C.lccn-n2009009849Bucur, Bogdan GabrielClementof Alexandria, Saintapproximately 150-approximately 215HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcControversial literatureClement,--of Alexandria, Saint,GnosticismChristian lifeJustin,--Martyr, SaintAlexandrian school, ChristianOrigenTheology--Early churchApologeticsChristian life--Early churchTheologyChristianityPhilo,--of AlexandriaStromata (Clement, of Alexandria, Saint)Aphraates,--the Persian sage,Shepherd (Hermas)Interfaith relationsWealth--Religious aspects--ChristianityIrenaeus,--Saint, Bishop of LyonEgypt--AlexandriaSecret Gospel according to MarkApologetics--Early churchNeoplatonismReligionLogos (Christian theology)Good and evilPhilosophy, AncientAllegoryBible.--Old TestamentBibleWealth--Moral and ethical aspectsTertullian,Classical literatureReligion and cultureValentinus,Bible.--GospelsAsceticism--Early churchPlatonistsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)AristotleJustinian--I,--Emperor of the East,Theological anthropology--Christianity--History of doctrines--Early churchValentiniansNegative theology--ChristianityChristianity and cultureGod (Christianity)--History of doctrines--Early churchChristianity and culture--Early churchChristian literature, EarlyEconomics--Religious aspects--ChristianityChristianity--Economic aspectsTheology, Doctrinal--Early church1502151490149515021526153015331536153815441550155115561563156415661567156915701572157615821589159015921598159916011606161216141616162216231629163116331637163816411642164416461647164816491654165716621664166516661669167016711672167416761677168116831684168516871688169016961698169917001701170517061710171117121715171617171718171917211723172417271728172917331735173617371738173917411742174317441745174617471749175017521753175417551756175717581761176217631764176617671769177017711772177317741775177617771778177917801781178217841785178617871791179217931799180018011802180318041806180918141816181718211822182318251826182718281829183018311832183418351836183718381839184018421843184418451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171919192019211922192319241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193519361937193819391940194119421943194419451946194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320143380919763902248BR65.C65ocn466869738ocn467704273ocn467078342ocn466511511ocn466609174ocn467704589ocn467704576ocn466512140ocn467704501ocn466644117ocn457119065ocn467478019ocn466472770ocn760909287ocn464711992ocn467478235ocn467507621ocn467508181ocn467508204ocn467508153ocn466526484ocn470174039ocn466394083ocn469908568ocn465318051ocn466388234ocn466194047ocn466388392ocn470105397ocn457391143ocn873631222ocn796738306ocn796734709ocn842109600ocn842113898ocn842109595ocn842109596ocn796738477ocn842113897ocn842113896ocn033301581ocn033306082ocn033303953ocn405130741ocn693264943ocn228696749ocn033308036ocn078349005ocn457432435ocn691349854ocn497113783ocn691713378ocn156935478ocn469749187ocn691713375ocn767105025ocn693503580ocn762770073ocn693965759ocn457786257ocn842353901ocn842353839ocn494048599ocn468849328ocn844040759ocn842214820ocn801373594ocn801369010ocn033299586ocn084377381ocn725185238ocn081515689ocn421541158ocn846554246ocn691539422ocn451671762ocn839094823ocn079082695ocn079255200ocn693313858ocn691688699ocn691674669ocn691689083ocn691688802158821ocn647923144file19530.50ClementChrist the educatorHistory106560ocn003681903book19190.56ClementClement of AlexandriaHistoryOldkirkelige skrifter fra omkring år 200+-+185644921583415ocn022662638book19910.56ClementStromateisHistory+-+203557863550451ocn000776346book19410.70ClementLe ProtreptiqueHistory38425ocn010473938book19480.66ClementExtraits de Théodote38357ocn000736119book16160.82ClementClemens AlexandrinusHistory36229ocn000880505book19600.74ClementLe pédagogue29529ocn010801220book19510.77ClementLes StromatesHistory23082ocn004606451book15500.63Clement... Clementis Alexandrini Opera quae extantHistoryControversial literature21141ocn009694061book16830.63ClementQuis dives salvetur?Criticism, interpretation, etc20120ocn010179715book18670.59ClementThe writings of Clement of AlexandriaHistory19012ocn033243261book19720.77ClementClementis Alexandrini Protrepticus+-+149956955418811ocn721820955book20110.70ClementQuel riche sera sauvé?En déclarant qu'il était plus difficile à un riche d'entrer dans le Royaume des cieux qu'à un chameau de passer par le trou d'une aiguille (cf. Mc 10, 25), Jésus n'a-t-il pas voué à la perdition tout détenteur de capitaux? L'effroi de ses auditeurs n'a pas échappé à Clément d'Alexandrie, ni la détresse spirituelle qui guettait les riches de la ville, quand ils voyaient la distance existant entre leur mode de vie et les exigences de l'Evangile. Mais la parole du Christ avait-elle été bien comprise? L'auteur des Stromates se révèle ici tour à tour exégète, dogmaticien, moraliste et directeur spirituel. Dans l'Alexandrie bigarrée de la fin du 1i'̀ siècle, sa pensée de fin lettré allait ouvrir à ses auditeurs et à ses lecteurs des perspectives insoupçonnées sur les richesses de la parole divine. Cette première homélie sur un sujet difficile et controversé devait connaître un grand succès. Après une entrée en matière qui invite chacun à l'espérance, Clément analyse soigneusement le texte évangélique. Il s'élève ensuite à de profondes considérations sur l'amour de Dieu et du prochain, avant de conclure à nouveau par un vibrant appel à l'espérance. Le Quis dives salvetur est la première tentative de réflexion chrétienne sur les rapports de la foi et de l'argent. Le " Mamon de l'injustice " y devient un moyen d'accéder aux " tentes éternelles "18757ocn022540941book19190.39ClementThe exhortation to the Greeks, the rich man's salvation, and the fragment of an address entitled To the newly baptizedHistory+-+18564492151646ocn010629770book16830.90ClementKlēmentos Alexandreōs logos tis o sōzomthyos plousios Clem. Alexand. liber quis dives salutem consequi posit : accedunt nonnulla in editionibus operum clementis hactenus desiderata1595ocn001971767book19620.82ClementSelections from the ProtreptikosHistory15910ocn050606493book20020.79ClementClementis Alexandrini Paedagogus+-+05297695541464ocn004228214book18720.59Catholic ChurchLiturgies and other documents of the Ante-Nicene period1428ocn489703706book19970.56ClementLes stromates12611ocn042858243book19990.50ClementLes StromatesHistory11366ocn575871230file20090.39Bucur, Bogdan GabrielAngelomorphic pneumatology Clement of Alexandria and other early Christian witnessesThis monograph on Clement of Alexandria's pneumatology supplemented by studies of Revelation, Shepherd of Hermas, Justin Martyr, and Aphrahat, shows that the complex theological articulation of angelomorphic pneumatology, binitarianism, and spirit christology constitutes a relatively widespread phenomenon in early Christianity+-+696926955411356ocn606909901file20090.47Itter, Andrew CEsoteric teaching in the Stromateis of Clement of AlexandriaHistory+-+1739269554113115ocn000387187book19660.56Chadwick, HenryEarly Christian thought and the classical tradition; studies in Justin, Clement, and OrigenThis book takes three Christian thinkers, Justin, Clement of Alexandria, and Origen, and shows what the debate looked like from the Christian side. It draws on the pagan critics of the Church to illustrate the case the Christians had to answer. The examination of the Christian synthesis illustrates the extent to which penetrating criticism of the classical tradition was combined with a profound acceptance of its humanism+-+68211734659604ocn741690109file20080.47Ashwin-Siejkowski, PiotrClement of Alexandria a project of Christian perfectionThis book€examines Clement's project which brings together ethical, intellectual and spiritual development of a Christian while highlighting the need of search for integrity in the life of faith and reason. Approaches to Clement have traditionally either assessed the philosophical context of his thought or studied the adaptation of Greek legacy into a new Christian context as underpinning Clement's work. In this new study Piotr Ashwin-Siejkowski challenges and develops these approaches providing new and refreshing insights into Clement's understanding of Christian perfection+-+12378521056741ocn000704862book19740.53Ferguson, JohnClement of Alexandria5503ocn000695310book19730.59Smith, MortonClement of Alexandria and a secret Gospel of Mark5415ocn000241317book19710.63Lilla, Salvatore Romano ClementeClement of Alexandria: a study in Christian Platonism and Gnosticism+-+107670240645311ocn191184605file20060.63Hägg, Henny FiskåClement of Alexandria and the beginnings of Christian apophaticismHistoryCan 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, focusing on Clement of Alexandria in the late second century+-+43533744654039ocn005303406book19570.66Osborn, Eric FrancisThe philosophy of Clement of Alexandria4022ocn000152457book19680.66Floyd, William Edward GregoryClement of Alexandria's treatment of the problem of evil3889ocn001428025book18860.63Bigg, CharlesThe Christian Platonists of Alexandria. Eight lectures preached before the University of Oxford in the year 1886 on the foundation of the late Rev. John Bampton+-+63337611253877ocn006698418book19190.56ClementClement of AlexandriaHistoryCLEMENT 'of ALEXANDRIA'. Titus Flavius Clemens Alexandrinus, famous Father of the Church, is know chiefly from his own works. He was born, perhaps at Athens, about A.D. 150, son of not-Christian parents. He had half a dozen admired teachers, most of them Greek, and, probably in early manhood, was converted to Christianity. He became a presbyter in the Church at Alexandria and there succeeded Pantaenus in the catechical school. His pupils included Origen and Bishop Alexander. When a persecution of Christianity had begun he may have left Alexandria in 202. He was known at Antioch, was alive in 211, and dead before 220. The surviving works are: (i) 'The Exhortation to the Greeks' to give up gods for God and Christ; (ii) 'The Tutor' (3 books) wherein Clement, maintaining that Christ as the Logos or Reason was and is the true Tutor, teaches how Christians should behave in following the Logos; (iii) 'Patchwork' (Stromaties, 8 books), of very varied content, but all intending to stress the true nature of the Christian 'Gnostic' (the 8th book, on logic, being incomplete and somewhat suspect); and (iv) 'Who is the Man who is Saved?' -- a good exposition of Mark, X, 17-31. Lost are: 'Hypotyposes', Outlines, 8 books of a commentary on the whole Bible including some 'apocryphal' writings; 'On the Passover'; 'Discourses on Fasting'; 'On Slander'; 'Exhortation to Endurance'; 'Rule of the Church'; and some other works. In this volume we give the Exhortation, the treatise on the Rich Man, and the Exhortation to Endurance. Clement was an 'eclectic' philosopher of a 'neo-Platonic' kind who later found a new perfect philosophy in Christianity, and studied not only the Bible but the beliefs of Christian 'heretics'. He prepared the way for a full exposition of Christian teaching+-+18564492153852ocn023287206book19920.74Dawson, DavidAllegorical readers and cultural revision in ancient AlexandriaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Allegorical readings always being as counter-readings, starting with denial or negation: "You have read the text this way, but I will read it differently." But allegory may do more than merely challenge the literal sense--it may also revise prevailing cultural ideals and social practices. In this book, David Dawson combines literary interpretation, social history of religion, and intellectual history to describe how some ancient pagan, Jewish, and Christian interpreters used allegory to endorse, revise, and subvert competing worldviews. Rather than insist, as do standard discussions, that ancient allegory is best understood as a way of reading texts, Dawson considers allegory as a way of using nonliteral readings to reinterpret culture and society. He argues that the Jewish and Christian allegorical readers of ancient Alexandria were not merely turning scriptural language into ciphers for Hellenistic meanings. On the contrary, they were attentive to the textuality of the works they interpreted and to the socio-historical worlds in which they lived. Rather than trying to assimilate scripture to the dominant culture, they aimed at cultural revision through allegorical readings." "Focusing on works by the Stoic philosopher Cornutus and the literary critic Heraclitus, the book opens with an analysis of the pagan use of etymology and allegory in the Hellenistic world and discusses pagan opposition to both techniques. The remainder of the book presents three Hellenistic religious writers who each typify distinctive models of allegorical interpretation: the Jewish exegete Philo, the Christian Gnostic Valentinus, and the Christian Platonist Clement." "In addition to contributing directly to the fields of classics, history of Christianity, and history of Hellenistic Judaism, this study of ancient allegory will be of interest to scholars engaged in literary criticism and theory, as well as to those concerned more broadly with critical theory and cultural criticism. Dawson's new approach to allegorical reading, emphasizing socio-cultural context rather than purely formal literary features, will contribute toward the contemporary reassessment of this ancient interpretive practice."--Jacket+-+17562557053783ocn000731624book19720.74Timothy, Hamilton BairdThe early Christian apologists and Greek philosophy : exemplified by Irenaeus, Tertullian and Clement of Alexandria36915ocn000041862book18860.59Bigg, CharlesThe Christian Platonists of Alexandria; the 1886 Bampton lecturesHistory3563ocn039556634book19990.74Buell, Denise KimberMaking Christians : Clement of Alexandria and the rhetoric of legitimacyHistory+-+75340564153277ocn506068900file20080.63Cosaert, Carl PThe text of the Gospels in Clement of AlexandriaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+97288343063246ocn061176538book20050.74Osborn, Eric FrancisClement of Alexandria"Clement of Alexandria (150-215) lived and taught in the most lively intellectual centre of his day. This book offers a comprehensive account of how he joined the ideas of the New Testament to those of Plato and other classical thinkers. Clement taught that God was active from the beginning to the end of human history and that a Christian life should move on from simple faith to knowledge and love. He argued that a sequence of three elliptical relations governed the universe: Father and Son, God and humanity, humans and their neighbours. Faith as a fixed conviction which is also a growing mustard seed was joined to Plato's unwavering search for the best reason. The open heaven of prophecy became intelligible through Plato's ascending dialectic. This book will be invaluable in making this outstanding thinker of the early church accessible to the students of today."--BOOK JACKET+-+28028367053204ocn042849656book20000.77Behr, JohnAsceticism and anthropology in Irenaeus and ClementHistory"The book examines the ways in which Irenaeus and Clement understood what it means to be human. By exploring these writings from within their own theological perspectives, Dr. Behr also offers a theological critique of the prevailing approach to the asceticism of Late Antiquity."--BOOK JACKET+-+85552734653053ocn003875609book19770.70Clark, Elizabeth AClement's use of Aristotle : the Aristotelian contribution to Clement of Alexandria's refutation of gnosticismHistory+-+2035578635+-+2035578635Thu Oct 16 15:35:12 EDT 2014batch96549