Angelomorphic Pneumatology : Clement of Alexandria and Other by Bogdan Gabriel Bucur

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Relevant in this respect are texts such as Strom. 176, where Clement characteristically reconciles “the fourfold division of Moses’s philosophy” with the threefold scheme of ethics, physics, and epoptics,81 and Strom. 3, where, according to 79 In a passage attributed to the Hypotyposeis, quoted by Eusebius (Hist. eccl. 5–7 [SC 41:107]), Clement writes: “But, last of all, John, perceiving that the corporeal aspects (τὰ σωματικὰ) had been made plain in the Gospel, being urged by his friends [and] inspired by the Spirit, composed a spiritual Gospel (πνευματικὸν .

V 3). Another manuscript, Paris. Suppl. Graec. 250, is only a copy of the first, made some time during the sixteenth century. ; O. Stählin, L. Früchtel, U. ; Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1972), xxxix–lxi; Carlo Nardi, Estratti profetici (Biblioteca patristica 4; Florence: Centro internazionale del libro, 1985), 33–35. The Adumbrationes are a Latin translation, commissioned by Cassiodorus (~485–585), of parts of the Hypotyposeis—most likely of excerpts from Books 7 and 8 (Christian K. J. von Bunsen, Analecta Antenicena [orig.

J. von Bunsen and Theodor Zahn, on the other. 20 B. F. Westcott accepted his judgment. Zahn, however, saw the Eclogae and Excerpta as distinct from the Hypotyposeis, namely as surviving portions of Strom. ”21 Harnack rejected these views. Acknowledging the contribution of two doctoral dissertations,22 and guided by his firm conviction that Clement must have evolved from more “heretical” to more “orthodox” theological positions, Harnack concluded that the Hypotyposeis were composed by the young Clement, who later came to develop a more orthodox theology; that they were not related to the so-called Strom.

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