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Notitia Editionis Codicis Bibliorum Sinaitici ...: Accedit Catalogus Codicum Nuper Ex Oriente Petropolin Perlatorum, Item Origenis Scholia in Proverbia Salomonis, Partim Nunc Primum Partim Secundum Atque Emendatius Edita
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Notitia Editionis Codicis Bibliorum Sinaitici ...: Accedit Catalogus Codicum Nuper Ex Oriente Petropolin Perlatorum, Item Origenis Scholia in Proverbia Salomonis, Partim Nunc Primum Partim Secundum Atque Emendatius Edita

by Origen, Constantin Von Tischendorf
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Notitia Editionis Codicis Bibliorum Sinaitici ...: Accedit Catalogus Codicum Nuper Ex Oriente Petropolin Perlatorum, Item Origenis Scholia in Proverbia Salomonis, Partim Nunc Primum Partim Secundum Atque Emendatius Edita
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Notitia Editionis Codicis Bibliorum Sinaitici ...: Accedit Catalogus Codicum Nuper Ex Oriente Petropolin Perlatorum, Item Origenis Scholia in Proverbia Salomonis, Partim Nunc Primum Partim Secundum Atque Emendatius Edita

by Origen, Constantin Von Tischendorf
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Origen Against Celsus
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Origen Against Celsus

by Bellamy James Tr, Origen
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Origen Against Celsus: Translated from the Original Into English. by James Bellamy.
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Origen Against Celsus: Translated from the Original Into English. by James Bellamy.

by Origen
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Sacred Invocation: Origen on Prayer
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Sacred Invocation: Origen on Prayer

by Origen
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The Philocalia of Origen: The Text Revised, with a Critical Introduction and Indices
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The Philocalia of Origen: The Text Revised, with a Critical Introduction and Indices

by Origen
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This is a translation of the complete homilies of Origen of Alexandria on the the book of Joshua. With the saga of the Israelites entering and possessing their promised land, Origen unfolds the story of the Christian life from baptism to resurrection. He exhorts his hearers to persevere in their ...
Homilies on Joshua: Vol. 105
This is a translation of the complete homilies of Origen of Alexandria on the the book of Joshua. With the saga of the Israelites entering and possessing their promised land, Origen unfolds the story of the Christian life from baptism to resurrection. He exhorts his hearers to persevere in their own struggles to overcome the enemies of their souls and obtain their own inheritence. As he exhorted, others wrote down his words, words he had asked the people to pray for and the Spirit to supply. Most of the original writings in Greek were lost during the centuries when Origen was offically defamed. What we have today is the Latin translation by Rufinus, the basis of the translations in this volume. In the introduction Bruce discusses and affirms the reliability of the Latin text, and briefly looks at Origen's minstry, his concept of the nature of Scripture and his method of interpretation.
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Homilies on Joshua: Vol. 105

by Origen
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Prayer, Exhortation to Martyrdom: Ancient Christian Writers No. 19
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Prayer, Exhortation to Martyrdom: Ancient Christian Writers No. 19

by Origen
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Philocalia;
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Philocalia;

by Origen
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Tvoreniya Origena, Uchitelya Aleksandrijskogo Vypusk 1
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Tvoreniya Origena, Uchitelya Aleksandrijskogo Vypusk 1

by Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by A E Brooke, Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Alan England Brooke, Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel - Scholar's Choice Edition
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel - Scholar's Choice Edition

by Origen
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This volume contains what remains of Books 13-32 of Origen's Commentary on the Gospel according to John, and thus completes the publication of the first full English translation of this work that stands as the beginning of Christian scriptural exegesis. Ronald Heine introduces his translation with a discussion of the ...
Commentary on the Gospel of John, Books 13-32: Vol. 89
This volume contains what remains of Books 13-32 of Origen's Commentary on the Gospel according to John, and thus completes the publication of the first full English translation of this work that stands as the beginning of Christian scriptural exegesis. Ronald Heine introduces his translation with a discussion of the times and circumstances within which the commentary was composed. He also provides a survey of the major theological questions with which the commentary is concerned. These include Origen's thought on the nature of God, the person and work of Christ, his relation to the Father and to the created order, his teaching on the Holy Spirit, the Resurrection, and eschatology, and his ideas on the devil. Beginning with the conversation between Christ and the Samaritan woman at the well and ending with Christ's discourse to his disciples at the Last Supper, the commentary displays Origen's attention to the literal meaning of the passages but moves beyond them to try to grasp their spiritual significance, providing us with the opportunity to examine Origen's mystical thought. Origen also refutes the Gnostic reading of the Gospel presented by Heracleon, but this polemic is subordinate to his own investigation of the theological, philosophical, historical, and etymological questions raised by the Gospel. Because it treats many of the same passages of the Gospel of St. John for which St. Augustine provides a commentary in The Fathers of the Church, volume 88, this volume provides a worthy companion to it and invites a comparison of the thoughts of these two great exegetes upon what both regarded as the greatest of the Gospels.
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Commentary on the Gospel of John, Books 13-32: Vol. 89

by Origen
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Few works of the early Church are as interesting to the modern reader or as important to the historian as Origen's reply to the attack on Christianity made by the pagan Celsus. The Contra Celsum is the culmination of the great apologetic movement of the second and third centuries AD, ...
Origen: Contra Celsum
Few works of the early Church are as interesting to the modern reader or as important to the historian as Origen's reply to the attack on Christianity made by the pagan Celsus. The Contra Celsum is the culmination of the great apologetic movement of the second and third centuries AD, and is for the Greek Church what St Augustine's City of God is for Western Christendom. It is also one of the chief monuments of the coming together of ancient Greek culture and the new faith of the expanding Christian society. Thus Origen's work is of interest not only to the historian and theologian, but also to the hellenist. Professor Chadwick's English translation is preceded by a substantial introduction which includes discussion on Celsus' date, identity and theological outlook, as well as an account of Origen's philosophical background and method. The notes elucidate the many obscure allusions of a difficult text.
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Origen: Contra Celsum

by Origen
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Contra Celsum: Libri I. II. III. IV
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Contra Celsum: Libri I. II. III. IV

by Origen
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Origen (c. 186-255 CE) was one of the great thinkers and writers of the third-century Church. His Commentary on John, written between 226 and 229, represents the height of his biblical scholarship. In it, he combated rising Gnostic interpretations of the Johannine gospel that asserted doctrines such as the existence ...
The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
Origen (c. 186-255 CE) was one of the great thinkers and writers of the third-century Church. His Commentary on John, written between 226 and 229, represents the height of his biblical scholarship. In it, he combated rising Gnostic interpretations of the Johannine gospel that asserted doctrines such as the existence of two gods. Unfortunately, only nine books of the original work are extant. In this 1896 publication, biblical scholar Alan England Brooke (1863-1939) of Cambridge University provides the revised Greek text. Volume 2 includes Books 19, 20, 28 and 32 together with various fragments and two indices. Origen's efforts in this work are an important reminder of the contested role of the Bible in Christian theological debate, and the Commentary will be useful to scholars of both patristic studies and the history of Christian biblical interpretation.
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Origen
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Thirty-nine of Origen's homilies on the Gospel of Luke survive in Jerome's Latin translation. Origen preached them in Caesarea, perhaps around 234 or 240, to a congregation of catechumens and faithful. Most of the homilies are short; on average, they treat about six verses of the Gospel and would have ...
Homilies on Luke: Vol. 94
Thirty-nine of Origen's homilies on the Gospel of Luke survive in Jerome's Latin translation. Origen preached them in Caesarea, perhaps around 234 or 240, to a congregation of catechumens and faithful. Most of the homilies are short; on average, they treat about six verses of the Gospel and would have lasted between eight and twelve minutes. The first thirty-three homilies treat chapters one through four of Luke's Gospel; the remaining six treat passages from the tenth to the twentieth chapters. Origen's homilies are the only extant patristic writing devoted to Luke's Gospel before Ambrose's Exposition on Luke, written ca. 390 (and Ambrose himself followed Oorigen, sometimes quite closely). Homilies 1 to 20 also constitute the only existing commentary from the pre-Nicene Church on either Infancy Narrative. Several hundred fragments of Origen's homilies and commentary on Luke also survive, mostly in Greek. Henri de Lubac formulated the important principle, Observe Origen at work, and Origen's writings on Luke's Gospel are an intriguing place to do that. Origen, the champion of spiritual interpretation, regulary beings with a painfully literal reading of the text. His first unit of understanding is the word, and often the key that unlocks the meaning of a word in the Bible for him is the use of that same word elsewhere in Scripture. Origen assumed that each word had a meaning that is both profound and relevant to the reader--for the Holy Spirit is never trite and what the Holy Spirit says must always touch the hearer. This volume, the first English translation of the extant homilies and of fragments from the commentary on Luke, is an important addition to the growing body of Origen's work now available in English.
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Homilies on Luke: Vol. 94

by Origen
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The Early Christians: In Their Own Words
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The Early Christians: In Their Own Words

by Clement Of Alexandria, Origen, Irenaeus, Polycarp, Ignatius, Justin, Hermas, Tertullian
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Origenous Peri Euches Biblion. = Origenis de Oratione Liber, ... Recognitus Et Emendatus. ... AB Editore Guilielmo Reading, ...
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Origenous Peri Euches Biblion. = Origenis de Oratione Liber, ... Recognitus Et Emendatus. ... AB Editore Guilielmo Reading, ...

by Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Alan England Brooke, Origen
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Origen (c. 186-255 CE) was one of the great thinkers and writers of the third-century Church. His Commentary on John, written between 226 and 229, represents the height of his biblical scholarship. In it, he combated rising Gnostic interpretations of the Johannine gospel that asserted doctrines such as the existence ...
The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
Origen (c. 186-255 CE) was one of the great thinkers and writers of the third-century Church. His Commentary on John, written between 226 and 229, represents the height of his biblical scholarship. In it, he combated rising Gnostic interpretations of the Johannine gospel that asserted doctrines such as the existence of two gods. Unfortunately, only nine books of the original work are extant. In this 1896 publication, biblical scholar Alan England Brooke (1863-1939) of Cambridge University provides the revised Greek text. Volume 1 includes an introductory discussion of extant manuscripts and text critical matters together with Books 1, 2, 6, 10 and 13. Origen's efforts in this work are an important reminder of the contested role of the Bible in Christian theological debate, and the Commentary will be useful to scholars of both patristic studies and the history of Christian biblical interpretation.
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Origen
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Souls existing before their bodies, witches summoning dead prophets from the underworld, the return of the damned--and the Devil himself--to God in the end, and many other theological speculations surprise the reader of Origen's Homilies on Jeremiah and I Kings 28. Some of these very theses of the third-century priest ...
Homilies on Jeremiah and I Kings 28
Souls existing before their bodies, witches summoning dead prophets from the underworld, the return of the damned--and the Devil himself--to God in the end, and many other theological speculations surprise the reader of Origen's Homilies on Jeremiah and I Kings 28. Some of these very theses of the third-century priest from Alexandria, Egypt, were condemned in the Second Council of Constantinople. But plumbing the mystical depths of the Prophecy of Jeremiah is the central point of the homilies.Presented in this volume are the remains of twenty-two homilies and a collection of fragments delivered by Origen around A.D. 240. The original texts of the homilies on Jeremiah have not come down to us completely; two of the homilies survive only in a Latin translation of St. Jerome. The homily on I Kings 28, while not a part of the homilies on Jeremiah, deals with the Witch of Endor and has been added to this volume in virtue of its own inherent interest.In this collection, Origen seeks understanding of the significance of the hostility of the Chosen People towards the Prophet Jeremiah before their captivity in Babylon. Origen in many ways identified with the great prophet and thought of Jeremiah as a type for Christ in the Hebrew Scriptures. Origen realized that Jeremiah came at a crucial time in the history of Israel, the time of captivity, and he views this event and the events around it as pregnant with meaning for the people of his time.Watching a master grapple with admittedly difficult, obscure texts and give them compelling, forceful delivery must have impressed Origen's congregation. Readers will find it no less engaging to read his homilies now and experience some of that exhilaration of hearing a true expert highlight every subtlety of the pericope and make plain what once was obscure.John Clark Smith studied religion, theology, and philosophy at Syracuse University, Duke University, and the University of St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto, where he was also a lecturer for several years. He is the author of The Ancient Wisdom of Origen and numerous articles. Smith's translation is first rate. It reads smoothly and clearly. . . . Smith has done a good service to the field. --Church History The decision to translate and publish the homilies on 1 Kings and Jeremiah together was a sound one for two reasons. First, they are the only homilies of Origen that have been preserved in Greek, rather than Latin. Second, neither has ever been published in English before. Thus this volume is to be greeted by anglophones with especially loud huzzahs. . . . A solid, respectable volume, which clearly sees its role as being as transparent a medium for Origen's thoughts as possible. --Laval theologique et philosophique
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Homilies on Jeremiah and I Kings 28

by Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Alan England Brooke, Origen
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel
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The Commentary of Origen on S. John's Gospel

by Alan England Brooke, Origen
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Origen, son of the martyr Leonides, oldest in a family of seven children was born probably at Alexandria 184/85 and died probably in Tyre 253/54 after imprisonment and torture during the Decian persecution. Surnamed man of steel Origen was an outstanding theologian of the early Greek-speaking Church, a man of ...
Homilies on Genesis and Exodus: Vol. 71
Origen, son of the martyr Leonides, oldest in a family of seven children was born probably at Alexandria 184/85 and died probably in Tyre 253/54 after imprisonment and torture during the Decian persecution. Surnamed man of steel Origen was an outstanding theologian of the early Greek-speaking Church, a man of the virtue and a genius with a prodigious capacity for work, an excellent teacher to whose lectures students flocked and did not give him time to breathe for one bath of pupils after another kept frequenting from morn till night his lecture-room (Eusebius, H.E. 6, 15). As an author Origen surpasses all the writers of the Early Church in literary output. A list complied by Eusebius, now unfortunately lost, credited Origen with some 2000 books. Even a far shorter list known to St. Jerome and mentioned by him in his Letter To Paula giving the number of 786 works is still impressive. Jerome then goes on to add some reflections. Do you see the Greeks and Latins outstripped by the work of one man? Who could ever read all that he wrote? What reward did he receive for this exertion? He is condemned by bishop Demetrius; except for the bishops of Palestine, Arabia, Phoenicia and Achaia the world concurs in his condemnation. Rome itself convokes an assembly against this man not because of novelty of teachings, not because of heresy as now mad dogs pretend against him, but because they could not bear the fame of his eloquence and learning and were considered speechless when he spoke. (Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorum, vol.54, pp.253-59). Origen's chief aim was to be an interpreter of the Scriptures. To this end he composed scientific commentaries on various books of the Old and New Testaments, homilies, and short exegetical notes. The translations presented here belong to the second category. Though he did not reject the literal sense of Scripture Origen here is more intent upon the spiritual meanings of passages selected from Genesis and Exodus.
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Homilies on Genesis and Exodus: Vol. 71

by Origen
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Philocalia;
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Philocalia;

by Origen
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The Philocalia of Origen
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The Philocalia of Origen

by Origen
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