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Fri Mar 21 17:16:11 2014 UTClccn-n790041800.33Commentary on the Gospel according to John0.480.73Homélies sur l'Exode /95155322Origenn 790041802383637048514Adamantius, ap 184-ap 253Adamantius, approximately 184-approximately 253Adamantius, ca. 184-ca. 253Oregenes Adamantius, approximately 184-approximately 253Oregenes Adamantius, ca. 184-ca. 253Oregenes Adamatius.Origen.Origen 0185?-0254?Origen Admantius 185-254Origen, ca. 183-ca. 253Origen, ca.185-ca.254Origen of Alexandria 185-254Origen von Alexandreia 185-254OrigèneOrigène (0185?-0254?).Origene, ca. 183-ca. 253Origène, ca 185-ca 254Origène d'Alexandrie 185-254Origene di Alessandria 185-254Origène Docteur de l'Eglise 185-254ÔrigenêsOrigenes 0185?-0254?Orígenes, 183/186-ca. 253Orígenes, 183 o 6-ca. 253Ōrigenēs 185-254Origenes Adamantios 185-254Origenes, AdamantiusOrigenes Adamantius 185-254Origenes Adamantius, approximately 184-approximately 253Origenes Adamantius, ca. 184-ca. 253Origenes, Adamantius, ca.185-ca.254Origenes, AlexandrinusOrigenes Alexandrinus 0185?-0254?Origenes Alexandrinus 185-254Origenes Alexandrinus AdamantiusŌrigenēs, ap 185-253 vai 254Origenes, approximately 184-approximately 253Origenes Caesariensis 185-254Origenes Kirchenlehrer 185-254Origenes Presbyter 185-254Origenes Scriptor Ecclesiasticus 185-254Origenes Theologe 185-254Origenes Theologus 185-254Origenes von Alexandreia 185-254Origenes von Alexandrien 185-254Órigenés z Alexandrie, ca 185-ca 253Origenis̓Ōrigénīs 0185?-0254?Origenis 185-254Origenis, ca. 183-ca. 253Origēns, 185-251 vai 254Origens, ap 185-253 vai 254Origines 185-254Origines, ca 185-ca 254Orijan 185-254Orogines 185-254Orygenes.Orygenes 185-254Orygenes, ca. 183-ca. 253Pseudo-Origenes 185-254ŪrījānūsὨριγένηςὨριγένης 0185?-0254?Оригенオリゲネスlccn-n82028497Heine, Ronald E.trledtlccn-n2001093677Scheck, Thomas P.1964-trllccn-n81068550Crouzel, Henriauiothcmmtrledtlccn-n82255489Rufinusof Aquileia345-410othtrledtcrelccn-n50066849Clementof Alexandria, Saintapproximately 150-approximately 215lccn-n79084784Jesus Christlccn-n83127753Trigg, Joseph Wilson1949-edtlccn-n50060680CelsusPlatonic philosopheractive 180lccn-n82040866Borret, Marcelothauiwamtrledtlccn-n91053379Smith, John Clark1944-trlOrigenSermonsCommentariesHistorySourcesCriticism, interpretation, etcApologetic worksOrigenSermons, LatinSermonsBible.--GenesisSermons, GreekBible.--RomansBible.--JohnBible.--ExodusBibleBible.--LeviticusBible.--JeremiahBible.--LukeTheologyBible.--JudgesBible.--JoshuaClement,--of Alexandria, Saint,Bible.--Song of SolomonJustin,--Martyr, SaintDidymus,--the Blind,Evagrius,--Ponticus,Church history--Primitive and early churchPhilosophy and religionPaganism--Relations--ChristianityJesus ChristMartyrdomPrayerBible.--GospelsPlotinusPlatoNeoplatonismJudaism--Relations--ChristianityChristianity and other religions--JudaismBible.--Old TestamentCelsus,--Platonic philosopher,Augustine,--Saint, Bishop of HippoChurch and stateJerome,--Saint,Christianity and politicsBible.--IsaiahExhortation to martyrdom (Origen)Martyrdom--ChristianityMilton, John,ReligionAthanasius,--Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria,Sermons, Early ChristianMetaphysicsTrinityPassoverPhilosophy, AncientChristian 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on Genesis and ExodusSermons+-+397867863532418387ocn047009153file19900.37OrigenHomilies on Leviticus 1-16+-+278967863518278ocn047009507file19980.37OrigenHomilies on Jeremiah Homily on 1 Kings 28SermonsIn 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 own time+-+524557863518138ocn047009415file19960.37OrigenHomilies on Luke Fragments on LukeSermonsOrigen 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+-+194557863514158ocn047009116file19930.33OrigenCommentary on the Gospel according to JohnCommentaries+-+K43557863513007ocn712060013file20090.50OrigenHomilies on JudgesSermons+-+046657863512887ocn647902759file20020.50OrigenHomilies on JoshuaSermons+-+005657863512679ocn647919905file20010.50OrigenCommentary on the Epistle to the RomansCommentaries+-+485657863512376ocn647919726file20020.50OrigenCommentary on the Epistle to the RomansCommentaries"This volume completes the first English translation of Rufinus's Latin version of Origen of Alexandria's Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans and contains Origen's detailed exegesis of Romans 6:12-16:27." "In Books 6-10 Origen carries through to completion his program, begun in Books 1-5, of defending human freedom and of opposing the natural predestinarian doctrine of the sects founded by the Gnostic heretics Marcion, Valentinus, and Basilides. These schools relied heavily on texts from Paul, interpreted in isolation from the rest of Scripture, not only to deny free will but to support the doctrine that salvation is determined by the nature one receives at birth, whether good or evil. In contrast Origen clarifies passages in Romans by citations from Paul's other letters, from the Gospels, and from the Old Testament. He attempts to construct a coherent and unified "biblical theology." Origen views human beings as chosen or rejected by God deservedly; everyone has it within his own power whether he becomes a servant of God or of sin, a vessel of wrath or of mercy." "Readers will find interesting and thought-provoking discussions of all the important theological themes and terms of Romans: faith, hope, love, works, justification, election, law, Israel, Gentiles, Church, sin, death, flesh, body, glory, etc."--Jacket+-+295657863591811ocn005565530book19790.37Trigg, Joseph WilsonOrigenHistorySourcesThis volume presents a comprehensive and accessible insight into Origen's life and writings+-+534676453581037ocn001498149book19530.63OrigenContra CelsumHistoryApologetic works+-+412047670572625ocn793518563book19360.59OrigenOn first principlesHistory+-+103171993571619ocn005030126book19560.56OrigenThe Song of songs: Commentary and HomiliesCommentariesLitteraturhenvisninger og noter s. 306-371+-+261756453568320ocn001005804book19540.59OrigenPrayer ; Exhortation to martyrdomHistoryLitteraturhenvisninger og noter s. 199-240+-+81075645353246119ocn018221388book19890.59OrigenCommentary on the Gospel according to JohnCommentariesContents cover books: I, II, IV, V, VI and X+-+K43557863555636ocn012881755book19460.73OrigenHomélies sur l'ExodeCommentariesSermons4895ocn743190301com20100.35OrigenAufforderung zum MartyriumDuring the persecution of the Christians under Emperor Maximinus Thrax in 235, Origen directed an urgent call to his friends Ambrosius and Protoctetus to hold fast to the Christian faith. The work provides an example of the literary genre of appeals directed to a wider audience beyond the direct addressees; in the text, Origen takes statements from the Old and New Testaments relating to martyrdom as authorities for his call to remain true to the Christian faith and beware of relapsing into heathenism47742ocn004149884book19530.73OrigenHomélies sur le Cantique des cantiquesCommentariesSermons4737ocn763160651file20100.35OrigenDie Homilien zum Buch GenesisCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesSermonsThe main focus of Origen|#x00B4;s work was exegesis of the Bible - in large commentaries, but also in sermons, which explore in particular the Old Testament allegorically and typologically. Origen distinguishes between a literal and a figurative, moral-spiritual interpretation of the Holy Scripture. Especially in the case of his sermons on the Book of Genesis it is fascinating to follow how Origen as teacher and pastor attempts to convey to the congregation the many different aspects of holy insights, from cosmology to the allegorical interpretation of Lot|#x00B4;s wife being turned into a pillar of salt4528ocn024703111book19920.59OrigenTreatise on the Passover ; and, Dialogue of Origen with Heraclides and his fellow bishops on the Father, the Son, and the SoulCommentaries+-+570956453518469ocn050553178com19980.37Trigg, Joseph WilsonOrigenHistorySourcesThis volume presents a comprehensive and accessible insight into Origen's life and writings+-+966947857511585ocn813844866file20100.50PamphilusApology for OrigenPresented here for the first time in English translation (from Rufinus's Latin version) is the Apology for Origen, the sole surviving work of St. Pamphilus of Caesarea (d. 310 AD), who was one of the most celebrated priest-martyrs of the ancient Church. Written from prison with the collaboration of Eusebius (later to become the bishop of Caesarea), the Apology attempts to refute accusations made against Origen, defending his views with passages quoted from his own works. Pamphilus aims to show Origen's fidelity to the apostolic proclamation, citing excerpts that demonstrate Origen's orthodoxy and his vehement repudiation of heresy. He then takes up a series of specific accusations raised against Origen's doctrine, quoting passages from Origen's writings that confute charges raised against his Christology. Some excerpts demonstrate that Origen did not deny the history of the biblical narratives; others clarify Origen's doctrine of souls and aspects of his eschatology. Pamphilus was beheaded on February 16, 310, under the emperor Maximinus Daia. In 397 AD, at the urgent invitation of his friend Macarius, Rufinus of Aquileia translated Pamphilus's Apology into Latin, the first of his extensive translations of Origen's writings. Rufinus probably did not suspect the incomparable importance of his undertaking, but by translating Origen he saved from impending ruin some of the most precious monuments of Christian antiquity, destined to form Latin minds for many years to come. Also presented in this volume is a new English translation of Rufinus's work, On the Falsification of the Books of Origen in whichRufinus sets forth arguments for his theory that Origen's writings had suffered interpolations by heretics. Rufinus demonstrates that literary frauds and forgeries carried out by heretics were widespread and affected many writers. He may have been misled by his intense respect for Origen's genius, and he certainly exaggerated when he claimed that all the doctrinal errors to be met with in Origen's works were due to interpolations+-+4576578635111813ocn000387187book19660.56Chadwick, HenryEarly Christian thought and the classical tradition; studies in Justin, Clement, and OrigenThis book takes three Christian thinkers, Justin, Clement of Alexandria, and Origen, and shows what the debate looked like from the Christian side. It draws on the pagan critics of the Church to illustrate the case the Christians had to answer. The examination of the Christian synthesis illustrates the extent to which penetrating criticism of the classical tradition was combined with a profound acceptance of its humanism+-+68211734658294ocn308130707com20070.47Tzamalikos, POrigen philosophy of history & eschatologyAgainst claims that Origen causes History to evaporate into barren idealism, this work shows that his theology have no other source and aim than historical occurrences. It sheds light upon the Aristotelian character of Origen's doctrine of apokatastasis+-+33910695548073ocn815476790file20100.47Stefaniw, BlossomMind, text, and commentary noetic exegesis in Origen of Alexandria, Didymus the Blind, and Evagrius PonticusHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Scholarship on early Christian exegesis is full of puzzlement at the commentator's apparent lack of concern for the literal or historical meaning of the text, usually explained as the result of an illegitimate allegorical method. This study comes to grips with the particularities of this type of interpretation by using tools from ethnography and literary criticism. By analysing the commentator's interpretive assumptions and the framework of significances within which the commentaries were produced and read, the author is able to solve a chronic problem in the study of early Christian exegesis. Further, she articulates the social context of the performance of noetic exegesis and its significance for monastic teachers, philosophers, and their audiences"--P. [4] of cover+-+22175168188036ocn018950312book19890.53Crouzel, HenriOrigenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+44813521056965ocn009646663book19830.56Trigg, Joseph WilsonOrigen : the Bible and philosophy in the third-century church6456ocn000227695book19610.56Grant, Robert MThe earliest lives of JesusHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc6077ocn000349948book19640.63Rist, John MEros and Psyche; studies in Plato, Plotinus, and OrigenCriticism, interpretation, etc5605ocn001958208book19760.63De Lange, N. R. MOrigen and the Jews : studies in Jewish-Christian relations in third-century Palestine5478ocn001039204book19550.59Daniélou, JeanOrigenHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc5152ocn018350636book19880.63COLLOQUE ORIGENE. 1986. IndianaOrigen of Alexandria : his world and his legacyConference proceedings5031ocn005132875book19790.66Caspary, Gerard EPolitics and exegesis : Origen and the two swordsHistory5003ocn763160671com20110.39Fürst, AlfonsVon Origenes und Hieronymus zu Augustinus Studien zur antiken TheologiegeschichteHistoryBiographical note: Alfons Fürst, Universität Münster4723ocn663973603com20100.37OrigenDie Kommentierung des Buches GenesisCommentariesOrigen's work is mainly preserved only in fragments, as he was condemned as a heretic after his death. Thus only a fraction of his commentary on Genesis is still in existence, albeit a relatively large portion of the work and one of particular significance, as the story of the Creation is used to treat major themes in cosmology and views of destiny. Fragments of the history of the Patriarchs provide examples of Origen's idiosyncratic hermeneutics in its allegorical and psychological interpretation+-+76547860983244703ocn516390342file20090.37OrigenDie Homilien zum Buch JesajaCriticism, interpretation, etcCommentariesIn this work Origen's homilies on Isaiah are translated into German for the first time. These homilies, which have previously attracted little attention, are provided with annotations and an extensive introduction. In the nine preserved Latin sermons, the+-+81895756684679ocn027430420book19930.66Widdicombe, PeterThe fatherhood of God from Origen to AthanasiusThe fatherhood of God has has a central, if increasingly controversial place in Christian thinking about God. Looking at the genesis of Athanasius' understanding of divine fatherhood against the background of the Alexandrian tradition, Dr. Widdicombe demonstrates how the concept of the fatherhood of God came to occupy such a prominent place in Christian theology+-+33979744654663ocn002509329book19630.66Robins, Harry FIf this be heresy, a study of Milton and Origen4634ocn022891340book19910.70Scott, AlanOrigen and the life of the stars : a history of an ideaIn the 3rd century AD, the influential Christian theologian Origen included Hellenistic theories on the life and nature of the stars in his cosmology. This study describes his success in incorporating traditional philosophical theories about the stars into biblical theology+-+46181734654392ocn820464596file19890.35Origen commentary on the Gospel according to John, books 1-10Criticism, interpretation, etcCommentaries+-+6475678635+-+5346764535+-+5346764535Fri Mar 21 15:39:03 EDT 2014batch131683