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The Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings

Volume 1. God

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Bradley K. Storin, Ellen Muehlberger, Anthony Briggman, Mark DelCogliano, Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, Jeffrey Steenson, Matthew Crawford
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  • Date Published: November 2017
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  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107062030

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  • The Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings provides the definitive anthology of early Christian texts, from c.100 to 650 CE. Its six volumes reflect the cultural, intellectual and linguistic diversity of early Christianity and are organized thematically on the topics of God, practice, Christ, community, reading and creation. The series expands the pool of source material to include not only Greek and Latin writings, but also Syriac and Coptic texts. Additionally, the series rejects a theologically normative view by juxtaposing texts that were important in antiquity but later deemed 'heretical', with orthodox texts. The translations are accompanied by introductions, notes, suggestions for further reading and scriptural indices. The first volume focuses on early Christian writings about God's nature and unity, and the meaning of faith. It will be an invaluable resource for students and academic researchers in early Christian studies, history of Christianity, theology, religious studies and late antique Roman history.

    • Provide fresh translations of previously translated texts, and first-time translations of many obscure texts, providing readers with access to texts previously available only to high-level scholars
    • Includes texts from a range of theological viewpoints, presenting a fair picture of the full range of early Christian diversity
    • As a six-part whole, the number of texts presented in The Cambridge Edition of Early Christian Writings is staggering and the series will be the definitive collection of early Christian texts for decades to come
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    • Date Published: November 2017
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107062030
    • length: 402 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 157 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.7kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Notes on contributors
    Acknowledgments
    Note on the texts and translations
    Series introduction
    Introduction
    Part I. The Emergence of Christian Theology (150–300):
    1. Ptolemy, Letter to Flora translated by Bradley K. Storin
    2. The Gospel of Truth translated by Ellen Muehlberger
    3. Irenaeus of Lyons, Against Heresies 1.21.1-2, 2.28.1-9 and 4.20.1-8 translated by Anthony Briggman
    4. Tertullian, Against Marcion 1.2-5 and 1.22-27 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    5. Hippolytus, Against Noetus 1-11 and 14-17 translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    6. Origen of Alexandria, On First Principles, Preface and 1.1-3 translated by Bradley K. Storin
    Part II. Creeds and Controversies (300–400):
    7. Arius, Letters to Eusebius of Nicomedia and Alexander of Alexandria translated by Mark DelCogliano
    8. Creed of the Council of Nicaea (325) translated by Mark DelCogliano
    9. Eusebius of Caesarea, On Ecclesiastical Theology 2.1-7 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    10. Hilary of Poitiers, On the Trinity 8.19-26 and 41 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    11. Basil of Ancyra, The Synodal Letter of the Council of Ancyra translated by Jeffrey Steenson
    12. Athanasius of Alexandria, On the Synods at Ariminum and Seleucia translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    13. Ephrem, Hymns on the Faith 40, 73-75 translated by Ellen Muehlberger
    14. Ephrem, Commentary on the Gospel 1.2-8 translated by Matthew Crawford
    15. Basil of Caesarea, Letters 159 and 236.6 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    16. Ambrose of Milan, On the Faith 1 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    17. Creed of the Council of Constantinople (381) translated by Mark DelCogliano
    18. Gregory of Nyssa, On the Holy Spirit against the Macedonian Spirit-Fighters translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    19. Gregory of Nazianzus, Poems 1.1.1-3 translated by Bradley K. Storin
    20. Eunomius of Cyzicus, The Confession of Faith translated by Mark DelCogliano
    Part III. Doctrinal Inheritance and Philosophical Exploration (400–c.570):
    21. Augustine of Hippo, Sermon 52 translated by Mark DelCogliano
    22. Cyril of Alexandria, Five Tomes against Nestorius 4.1-2 Translated by Matthew Crawford
    23. Pseudo-Dionysius, On the Mystical Theology to Timothy translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    24. Boethius, On the Holy Trinity Translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    25. John Philoponus, Fragments on the Trinity translated by Andrew Radde-Gallwitz
    Suggestions for further reading
    Scriptural index.

  • Editor

    Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, University of Notre Dame, Indiana
    Andrew Radde-Gallwitz has written widely on the early Christian doctrine of God. His first monograph, Basil of Caesarea, Gregory of Nyssa, and the Transformation of Divine Simplicity (2009), won a Templeton Award of Theological Promise. He has published book-collaborative translations of works by Athanasius of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind and Basil of Caesarea. He is currently working on a monograph on Gregory of Nyssa's doctrinal writings and a study of the various uses of creeds in early Christianity. He is Assistant Professor in the Program of Liberal Studies at the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, where he teaches courses on the Great Books and the history of Christian theology.

    Contributors

    Bradley K. Storin, Ellen Muehlberger, Anthony Briggman, Mark DelCogliano, Andrew Radde-Gallwitz, Jeffrey Steenson, Matthew Crawford

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