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On first principles

Author: Origen.; Paul Koetschau; G W Butterworth
Publisher: New York : Harper & Row, ©1966.
Series: Harper torchbooks., Cathedral library.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Harper Torchbook edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Early works
History
Commentaries Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Origen.; Paul Koetschau; G W Butterworth
OCLC Number: 793518563
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: lxiv, 342 p. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Book I --
I. The Father --
II. Christ --
III. The Holy Spirit --
IV. Loss, or Falling Away --
V. Rational Natures --
VI. The End or Consummation --
VII. Things Corporeal and Incorporeal --
VIII. The Angels --
Book II --
I. The World and the Creatures in it --
II. The Perpetuity of Bodily Nature --
III. The Beginning of the World and its Causes --
IV. That There is One God of the Law and the Prophets, and that the God of the Old and New Covenants is the same --
V. The Just and the Good --
VI. The Incarnation of the Saviour --
VII. That it was the same Spirit who was in Moses and the rest of the Prophets and in the Holy Apostles --
VIII. The Soul --
IX. The World, and the Movements of Rational Creatures both Good and Evil, and the Causes of these Movements --
X. Resurrection and Punishment --
XI. The Promises --
Book III --
I. Free Will --
II. How the Devil and the Opposing Powers are, according to the Scriptures, at War with the Human Race --
III. The Threefold Wisdom --
IV. Whether the Statement made by Some is True, that Each Individual has Two Souls --
V. That the World is Originated and Subject to Decay, Since it took its Beginning in Time --
VI. The End --
Book IV --
I. The Inspiration of Divine Scripture --
II. How Divine Scripture Should be Read and Interpreted --
III. The Principle Underlying the Obscurities in Divine Scripture and its Impossible or Unreasonable Character in Places, if Taken Literally --
IV. Summary of Doctrine Concerning the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Series Title: Harper torchbooks., Cathedral library.
Other Titles: De principiis.
Responsibility: Origen ; being Koetschau's text of the De principiis, translated into English, together with an introduction and notes by G.W. Butterworth ; introduction to the Torchbook edition by Henri de Lubac.

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