Christ in Christian Tradition: From the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451)

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1975 - Religion - 624 pages
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A monumental work in scope and content, Aloys Grillmeier's Chirst in the Christian Tradition offers students and scholars a comprehensive exposition of Western writing on the history of doctrine. Volume One covers the Apostolic Age to Chalcedon (451).

  

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Contents

FIRST GROWTH THE CHRISTOLOGY OF THE SECOND
33
CONTENTS
41
CONCLUSION
104
FROM HIPPOLYTUS TO ORIGEN THE FOUNDATION
106
CONCLUSION
148
SECTION
167
ARIUS AND ARIANISM
219
THE COUNCIL OF NICAEA 325 AND ITS INTERPRETA
249
THE EVE OF EPHESUS
414
INTRODUCTION
443
THE LANGUAGE AND THOUGHT OF NESTORIUS
451
THE NESTORIUS QUESTION AND ROME
464
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA THE ADVERSARY OF NESTORIUS
473
THE COUNCIL OF EPHESUS
484
THE EVE OF CHALCEDON
520
THE COUNCIL OF CHALCEDON
541

FROM THE NICENE SON AND LOGOS TO A DOCTRINE
274
BETWEEN ARIANISM AND APOLLINARIANISM
302
APOLLINARIANISM
329
RETROSPECT
341
SECTION
345
NEW TRENDS AFTER ORIGEN
361
THE WESTERN CONTRIBUTION
392
CHALCEDON AND THE HISTORY OF THEOLOGY
551
THE NESTORIUS QUESTION IN MODERN STUDY
559
BIBLIOGRAPHY
569
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
581
INDEX OF BIBLICAL REFERENCES
590
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Aloys Grillmeier, S.J. was Professor of Dogmatics at St. Georgen Theological Seminary in Frankfurt am Main, Germany from 1950-78. He was an expert theologian at the Second Vatican Council from 1962-65 and was named a cardinal-deacon of the Catholic Church in 1994.

The Revd Dr. John Bowden, is the former Editor and Managing Director of SCM Press. He is the author of several books and articles, and has translated numerous religious books from German, French, and Dutch. .

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