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Towards a new critical edition of all the letters by Basil of Caesarea

Paul Jonathan Fedwick

Towards a new critical edition of all the letters by Basil of Caesarea

by Paul Jonathan Fedwick

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Published by Brepols in Turnhout .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Basil, -- Saint, Bishop of Caesarea, -- ca. 329-379 -- Correspondence.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesStudies of Basil of Ceasera and his world.
    Statementby Paul Jonathan Fedwick. Towards a new English translation of all the letters by Basil of Caesarea ; by Paulette Valerie Simmons-Chadwick.
    GenreCorrespondence.
    SeriesCorpus Christianorum
    ContributionsSimmons-Chadwick, Paulette Valerie.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [903]-923 ;
    Number of Pages923
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16259673M

      Stephen M. Hildebrand, Basil of Caesarea. Foundations of Theological Exegesis and Christian Spirituality. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, Pp. + xx. In this third volume in the Foundations of Theological Exegesis and Christian Spirituality series, Franciscan University’s Stephen M. Hildebrand takes up the study of the well-known Cappadocian Basil of Caesarea. ST. BASIL OF CAESAREA. To Amphilochius in the name of Heraclidas. 1. I remember our old conversations with one another, and am forgetful neither of what I said, nor of what you said. And now public life has no hold upon me.

    Basil was born into the wealthy family of Basil the Elder, a famous rhetor, [7] and Emmelia of Caesarea around in Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia [8] (modern day Kayseri, Turkey).His parents were renown for their piety, [9] and his maternal grandfather was a Christian martyr, executed in the years prior to Constantine I's conversion. [10] [11] Among Basil's siblings, four are commonly. Saint Basil of Caesarea, (), was the Greek bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia, Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). He was an influential theologian who supported the Nicene Creed and opposed the heresies of the early Christian church, fighting against both Arianism and the followers of Apollinaris of Laodicea. His ability to balance his theological convictions with his political.

      Skip to comments. THE EARLY CHURCH AND ABORTION: THE WITNESS OF BASIL OF CAESAREA Fontes-The Writings of Michael A. G. Haykin ^ | | Michael A. G. Haykin Posted on 01/03/ AM PST by HarleyD. Central to the early Christian community was an ethic which, on the one hand, condemned violence and bloodshed and, on the other, vigorously upheld the sanctity of . Basil's treatise is as much about how theology ought to be done and what human beings can and cannot know about God as it is about the exposition of Trinitarian doctrine. Thus Against Eunomius marks a turning point in the Trinitarian debates of the fourth century, for the first time addressing the methodological and epistemological differences.


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Towards a new critical edition of all the letters by Basil of Caesarea by Paul Jonathan Fedwick Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of Basil of Caesarea as a bishop towards Greek philosophy and science. Basil expressed his official attitude neither in his private or personal letters, nor in his theological treatises Against Eunomius and On the Holy Spirit, which are mainly addressed to bishops, theologians and cultivated Christian laymen, nor in his genuine ascetic and monastic.

Basil of Caesarea is thought of most often as an opponent of heresy and a pioneer of monastic life in the eastern church.

In this new biographical study, however, controversy is no longer seen as the central preoccupation of his life nor are his ascetic initiatives viewed as separable from his pastoral concern for all Christians. Basil of Caesarea is thought of most often as an opponent of heresy and a pioneer of monastic life in the eastern church.

In this new biographical study, however, controversy is no longer seen as the central preoccupation of his life nor are his ascetic initiatives viewed as separable from his pastoral concern for all Christians. Julian to Basil. Julian to Basil. Basil to Julian.

To Chilo, his disciple. Admonition to the Young. To a lapsed Monk. To a lapsed Monk. To a fallen virgin. To Gregory. To Eusebius, Bishop of Samosata. To Arcadius the Bishop. To Bishop Innocentius. To Bishop Bosporius.

To the Canonicæ. To the Chorepiscopi. To the Chorepiscopi. To Paregorius, the presbyter. Basil, Letters cxxv. and ccxxvi. and Dr. Swete in D.C.B. iii. ) It was the expulsion of Macedonius from the see of Constantinople in which brought “Macedonianism” to a head.

He was put there by Arians as an Arian. Theodoret (Ecc. Hist. 5) explains how disagreement arose. Basil returns to Caesarea.

Julian dies on J and Jovian succeeds him. Jovian is succeeded by Valentinian and Valens. (c.) St. Basil is ordained priest. He writes his work against Eunomius. Emmelia dies. Basil visits Samosata. Death of Eusebius of Caesarea. Basil is elected Archbishop of Caesarea.

Basil of Caesarea - Writings Writings The principal theological writings of Basil are his On the Holy Spirit, a lucid and edifying appeal to Scripture and early Christian tradition (to prove the divinity of the Holy Spirit), and his Refutation of the Apology of the Impious Eunomius, written in orthree books against Eunomius of.

SOURCE: "The Letters and Times of Basil of Caesarea, ART. IV," The North American Review, Vol. XC, No.January-April,pp. [In the following, essay, the reviewer characterizes. St. Basil: Letters and Selected Works by Basil, Saint, Archbishop of Caesarea, ca. Usage Public Domain Topics Early Christian writings, Church Fathers, Early Christian Church, Patristic writers Collection opensource.

Early Christian literature Addeddate   Basil of Caesarea or Basil the Great (ca. AD) was a Cappadocian Church Father, contributor to the Nicene Creed and battler of Arianism (the heresy that denied the Trinity and taught that Jesus was a created being).

This great theologian and man of faith was also a champion and proponent of Sola Scriptura. In Basil’s letter to. Basil of Caesarea is thought of most often as an opponent of heresy and a pioneer of monastic life in the eastern church.

In this new biographical study, however, controversy is no longer seen as the central preoccupation of his life nor are his ascetic initiatives viewed as separable from his pastoral concern for all Christians.4/5(7). Basil of Caesarea, also called Saint Basil the Great (Greek: Ἅγιος Βασίλειος ὁ Μέγας, Hágios Basíleios ho Mégas; or [5] – January 1 or 2, ), was the Greek bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia, Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey).He was an influential theologian who supported the Nicene Creed and opposed the heresies of the early Christian church, fighting.

Basil of Caesarea is thought of most often as an opponent of heresy and a pioneer of monastic life in the eastern church. In this new biographical study, however, controversy is no longer seen as the central preoccupation of his life nor are his ascetic initiatives viewed as separable from his pastoral concern for all by: Basil of Caesarea ( AD) was a Greek Bishop in what is now Turkey.

A thoughtful theologian, he was instrumental in the formation of the Nicene Creed. He fought a growing heresy, Arianism, that had found converts, including those in high positions of state/5. Book Description. This unique volume examines the life and thought of Basil of Caesarea.

Stephen M. Hildebrand brings together a lengthy introduction to his life and thought with a selection of extracts from his diverse works in new translations, with each extract accompanied by an introduction and notes.

Earning her PhD from UNE (), Silvas is an experienced researcher in Basil of Caesarea and and his circle. She has located the site of his original ascetic retreat and published an updated critical edition of the Rule of Basil.

She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the : Australian Research Council Fellow Department of Classics History and Religion Anna M Silvas. Basil of Caesarea, Canonical Letters (Letters, ) Translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, forthcoming in Ellen Muehlberger, ed.

The Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings, Volume Two: Practice (Cambridge UP). INTRODUCTION Basil of Caesarea (ca. ) left behind one of the largest bodies of writing from theFile Size: KB. In addition to his work as a theologian, Basil was known for his care of the poor and underprivileged.

Basil established guidelines for monastic life which focus on community life, liturgical prayer, and manual labor. Together with Pachomius, he is remembered as a father of communal monasticism in Eastern Christianity. He is considered a saint by the traditions of both Eastern and Western Christianity.

Basil, Gregory of Nazianzus Born: orCaesarea, Cappadocia. Immediately download the Basil of Caesarea summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Basil of Caesarea.

Greek patriarch and theologian. Revered as a saint in both the Eastern and Western Christian churches, Basil possessed an extraordinary range of natural talents and an indomitable spirit, all of which he devoted to the cause of unifying the fourth-century church in Asia Minor.

As Bishop of Caesarea. Basil of Caesarea - CRC Press Book This unique volume examines the life and thought of Basil of Caesarea. Stephen M. Hildebrand brings together a lengthy introduction to his life and thought with a selection of extracts from his diverse works in new translations, with each extract accompanied by an introduction and notes.ST.

BASIL OF CAESAREA. To Amphilochius, the Canons. On my return from a long journey (for I have been into Pontus on ecclesiastical business, and to visit my relations) with my body weak and ill, and my spirits considerably broken, I took your reverence's letter into my hand.

No sooner did I receive the tokens of that voice which to me is of all voices the sweetest, and of that hand that I. Incidentally, for those who are not familiar with Basil and wish to know about him before jumping into the letters themselves, I highly reccomend P.

Rousseau, Basil of Caesarea, University of California, This book is an excellent study of Basil and his times. Again, these letters are 4 volumes of good :