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The Christianity of Ignatius of Antioch

Author: Cyril Charles Richardson
Publisher: New York : Columbia University Press, 1935.
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Richardson, Cyril Charles, 1909-1976.
Christianity of Ignatius of Antioch.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1935
(OCoLC)609222179
Named Person: Ignatius, Saint Bishop of Antioch; Ignatius, Saint Bishop of Antioch
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Cyril Charles Richardson
OCLC Number: 3643514
Notes: "This work represents a large portion of a thesis written under the supervision of the faculty of Union theological seminary, New York, and accepted by them for the degree of doctor of theology."--Preface.
Description: x, 120 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introductory essay --
Faith --
Conviction --
Fellowship and trust --
faithfulness --
Love --
The result of faith --
Agape --
A relationship between believers --
Discussion of Ephesians --
The origin of agape --
Agape and the Eucharist --
Description of agape --
Life --
Salvation as deliverance from death --
The conditions of life --
Description of life --
Perfectionism --
Moral connotation of life --
Unity --
Unity and obedience --
Relationship of the believer to Christ --
Imitation of the character of God --
God --
The use of the term in Ignatius --
The relationship of the father and the son --
Contemporary use of the term --
What Ignatius means by "God" --
Spirit --
The Divine Spirit --
The spirit of man --
Ignatius and the Pauline antithesis "flesh" and "spirit" --
Heresy --
Docetism and Judaism --
The nature of the two heresies --
Eucharist --
Eucharist and baptism --
Eucharist and life --
Eucharist and deification --
Ignatius and Paul --
Agreements --
Divergences --
Ignatius and 1 Corinthians --
Ignatius and the N.T. Ephesians --
Ignatius and other Pauline writings --
Conclusion --
Ignatius and John --
Doctrinal and other agreements --
The Eucharist --
Discussion of Smyr and John --
Discussion of Phil. 7.1 and John 3.8 --
Appendices on the Heresies --
Definitions of the heresies --
Evidence for two separate heresies
Responsibility: by Cyril Charles Richardson.

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