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Philo of Alexandria and the construction of Jewishness in early Christian writings

Author: Jennifer Otto
Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Series: Oxford early Christian studies.
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"Philo of Alexandria and the Construction of Jewishness in Early Christian Writings investigates portrayals of the first-century philosopher and exegete Philo of Alexandria, in the writings of Clement of Alexandria, Origen, and Eusebius. It argues that early Christian invocations of Philo are best understood not as attempts simply to claim an illustrious Jew for the Christian fold, but as examples of ongoing efforts  Read more...
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Otto, Jennifer.
Philo of Alexandria and the construction of Jewishness in early Christian writings.
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
(OCoLC)1005101367
Named Person: Philo, of Alexandria.; Philo, of Alexandria; Philo, of Alexandria.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jennifer Otto
ISBN: 9780191860331 0191860336 9780192552549 0192552546 0198820720 9780198820727
OCLC Number: 1020628798
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 231 pages)
Contents: Cover; Philo of Alexandria and the Construction of Jewishness in Early Christian Writings; Copyright; Acknowledgments; Contents; Abbreviations; Introduction; PHILO AT THE PARTING OF THE WAYS; WHO IS A JEW? PHILO'S DISTINCTION BETWEEN IOUDAIOI AND ISRAEL; WHY THIS NEW RACE-OR PRACTICE?; CHRISTIANITY AS PHILOSOPHY; PHILO AND THE WISDOM OF THE GREEKS; THE PLAN OF THE BOOK; 1: Christians Reading Philo; THE ENIGMATIC PHILO; THE EARLIEST ALEXANDRIAN CHRISTIANS; THE TRAJANIC REVOLT OF 115-117; THE CATECHETICAL SCHOOL OF ALEXANDRIA: A CONTINUOUS JEWISH-CHRISTIAN INSTITUTION? AN ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS: READING PHILO IN THE PHILOSOPHICAL SCHOOLSCONCLUSIONS; 2: The Pythagorean: Clement's Philo; INTRODUCING CLEMENT; ISRAEL, HEBRAIOI, AND IOUDAIOI IN CLEMENT'S WRITINGS; Israel; Hebraioi; Ioudaioi; CLEMENT'S RECEPTION OF PHILO: PREVIOUS APPRAISALS; CLEMENT'S INVOCATIONS OF PHILO; Stromateis 1.5.31; Stromateis 1.15.72.4; Stromateis 1.23.153; Situating the Philonic Borrowings in the Context of Stromateis 2; Stromateis 2.19.100; PHILO THE PYTHAGOREAN?; PHILO: PYTHAGOREAN AND IOUDAIOS?; CONCLUSIONS; 3: "One of our Predecessors": Origen's Philo; INTRODUCING ORIGEN. ORIGEN'S INTERACTIONS WITH JEWS IN ALEXANDRIA AND CAESAREAIOUDAIOI, HEBRAIOI, AND ISRAEL IN CONTRA CELSUM; Ioudaios; Ebionites; Israel; Hebraioi; ORIGEN'S RECEPTION OF PHILO; Contra Celsum 4.51; Contra Celsum 6.21; Commentary on Matthew 15.3; One of our Predecessors; CONCLUSIONS; 4: "Of the Hebrew Race": Eusebius's Philo; INTRODUCING EUSEBIUS; School and Church in Caesarea; Pamphilus's School among the Philosophical Schools; Relationships among Jews and Christians in Eusebius's Caesarea; EUSEBIUS'S DEFINITIONS OF IOUDAIOI, HEBRAIOI, AND CHRISTIANOI IN DEMONSTRATIO EVANGELICA 1; Hebraioi. IoudaioiChristianoi; EUSEBIUS'S PHILO IN MODERN RESEARCH; Philo the "Virtual/Quasi/Honorary/Semi-Christian"; Philo the Persistent Jew; EUSEBIUS'S TESTIMONIA TO PHILO: PHILO THE HEBREW THEOLOGIAN; PE 7.12-13; PE 7.18; PE 11.15; PE 11.24; PE 13.18.12; PHILO AS A SOURCE FOR THE JEWISH WAY OF LIFE AND JEWISH PHILOSOPHY; PE 8.6; PE 8.7; PE 8.8-10; PE 8.11-12; PHILO THE LEARNED MAN; PHILO THE WITNESS TO THE SUFFERINGS OF THE JEWS; PHILO AS A WITNESS TO THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY; CONCLUSIONS; Conclusion; PHILO THE PYTHAGOREAN; PHILO THE PREDECESSOR; PHILO THE HEBREW. EPILOGUE: PHILO CHRISTIANUS, PHILO JUDAEUSBibliography; Ancient Writings; Modern Works; Index.
Series Title: Oxford early Christian studies.
Responsibility: Jennifer Otto.

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