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

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Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, 1970); Di Benedetto, “Un nuovo frammento delle Ipotiposi di Clemente Alessandrino,” Sileno 9 (1983): 75–82. The Excerpta ex Theodoto and Eclogae propheticae are preserved by a single manuscript, which also contains Clement of Alexandria’s Stromateis: the 11th century Codex Laurentianus at the Laurentian Library at Florence (Codex Laur. 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.

In W. H. C. ”11 More recently, Henning Ziebritzki passed the following verdict: Klemens hat explizit den Heiligen Geist weder in seiner individuellen Substanz begriffen, noch seinen metaphysischen Status auch nur ansatzweise bestimmt. Damit fehlen aber auch die entscheidenden Voraussetzungen, die 7 Oeyen, Eine frühchristliche Engelpneumatologie bei Klemens von Alexandrien (Erweiterter Separatdruck aus der Internationalen Kirchlichen Zeitschrift; Bern, 1966). The article had been published in IKZ 55 (1965): 102–20; 56 (1966): 27–47, as a revision of Oeyen’s Las potencias de Dios en los dos primeros siglos cristianos, I: Acerca de la Pneumatologia de Clemente Alejandrino (Buenos Aires: s.

6; 330 n. 2; idem, “Extraits d’oeuvres de Clément d’Alexandrie: la transmission et le sens de leur titres,” in Titres et articulations du texte dans les oeuvres antiques. Actes du colloque international de Chantilly 13–15 décembre 1994 (ed. -C. ; Paris: Institut d’Études Augustiniennes, 1997), 287–300, esp. 289, 292, 296, 300; idem, “Pour qui, pourquoi, comment? Les ‘Stromates’ de Clément d’Alexandrie,” in Entrer en matière: Les prologues (ed. -D. Dubois and B. Roussel; Paris: Cerf, 1998), 23–36, esp.

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