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SCM Press A-Z of Origen

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ISBN-13: 9780334041030
Published: 22/12/2006
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The SCM Press A-Z of Origen provides students with ready access to and sure guidance through the life of Origen, the range of his theological explorations, his influences, his works and the controversies associated with him in life and in death.

Origen's writings are here placed squarely in the flow of his life, within the geography of his ecclesiastical relations and regional controversies.

This A-Z provides the student of patristics, with a reference to Origen but also includes an overview of Origen's own writings, a list of English translations, a list of critical editions in Latin and Greek, and a biography of his life - all of which make it a sound starting place for the student wishing to delve deeper into this period of history.

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John McGuckin

John Anthony McGuckin is a Profesor of Early Church History at Union Theological Seminary New York and an adjunct professor of religion at Columbia University. A priest of the Orthodox Church, he was formerly Reader in Patristics and Byzantine Theology at the University of Leeds. He is the author of numerous books of historical theology and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain.

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Thu 13 Dec 2018 @ 10:26

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