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Angelomorphic christology and the exegesis of Psalm 8:5 in Tertullian's Adversus Praxean : an examination of Tertullian's reluctance to attribute angelic properties to the Son of God

Author: Edgar G Foster
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : University Press of America, ©2005.
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"Tertullian of Carthage (160-220 A.D.) seems reluctant to predicate angelic properties of the Lord Jesus Christ. Edgar G. Foster suggests that one reason for Tertullian's aversion to angelic or angelomorphic Christology is his hermeneutical approach to Psalm 8:5. Those working in patristic studies, theology, and the history of biblical exegesis will no doubt consider Angelomorphic Christology and the Exegesis of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Named Person: Tertullian; Jesus Christ; Jean Daniélou
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar G Foster
ISBN: 0761833137 9780761833130 0761833145 9780761833147
OCLC Number: 70278864
Description: xxiv, 101 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Chapter 1 Acknowledgments Chapter 2 List of Abbreviations Chapter 3 Vita Tertulliani in Breve Chapter 4 Introduction Chapter 5 Chapter I: Danielou and the Angelmorphic Christology of Tertullian Chapter 6 Chapter II: The Exegesis of Psalm 8:5 in the Pre-Nicenes Chapter 7 Chapter III: Formal Introduction to Adversus Praxean Chapter 8 Chapter IV: The Distinction between the Sermo Dei and Son qua Son Chapter 9 Chapter V: Tertullian's Exegesis of Ps 8:5 in Adversus Praxean Chapter 10 Appendices Chapter 11 Bibliographies
Responsibility: Edgar G. Foster.

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Suitable for those working in patristic studies, theology, and the history of biblical exegesis, this work addresses Tertullian's Christology.  Read more...

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