4 edition of The idea of the Resurrection in the ante-Nicene period found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Calvin Klopp Staudt.|
|Series||Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament -- v. 1, pt. 7., ATLA monograph preservation program -- ATLA fiche 1987-3487., Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament -- v. 1, pt. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||90|
The ante-Nicene period (literally meaning "before Nicaea") was the period following the Apostolic Age down to the First Council of Nicaea in By the beginning of the Nicene period, the Christian faith had spread throughout Western Europe and the Mediterranean Basin, and to North Africa and the East. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Staudt, C.K. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period; Granberry, John Cowper. Outline of New Irenaeus testimony to the Fourth Gospel / F. G. Lewis. -- Pt. 8. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period / C. K. Staudt Vol. 2. Pt. 1. Outline of New Testament.
Irenaeus, who sprang from the Eastern church, and used the Greek language, but labored in the West, holds a kind of mediating position between the two branches of the church, and may be taken as, on the whole, the most moderate and sound representative of ecclesiastical orthodoxy in the ante-Nicene period. The Ante-Nicene Period (literally meaning "before Nicaea") in the history of early Christianity was the era following the Apostolic Age of the first century to the First Council of Nicaea in During this period the orthodoxy (right belief) of the faith developed. The authors of the faith are known as the church fathers. They not only defined the faith but wrote against various heresies.
The Covenant Idea in Ante-Nicene Theology. University of Edinburgh, This thesis argues that the covenant idea was more significant in the writings of particular ante-Nicene theologians than has generally been admitted in patristic research or general surveys of the history of the covenant idea in the Christian tradition. And we look for the resurrection of the dead, and the life of the world to come. Amen." There have been some revisions to the Nicene Creed, including one with the “ Filioque Clause.” The Council of Constantinople in AD expanded the language of .
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Topics. Resurrection -- History of doctrines Early church, ca. Publisher. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
The idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. by Staudt, Calvin Klopp. The idea was implicit in the concept of resurrection that they affirmed. Thus while it is true that an empty tomb does not alone imply or lead to resurrection faith, as it is subject to various other interpretations, it is not true that resurrection does not necessarily imply an empty tomb in the early Christian way of thinking about these things.
The resurrection of the flesh was a marginal belief in Second Temple Judaism, i.e., Judaism of the time of Jesus. The idea of any resurrection at all first emerges clearly in the 2nd-century-BC Book of Daniel, but as a belief in the resurrection of the soul alone.
A few centuries later the Jewish historian Josephus, writing roughly in the same period as Paul and the authors of the gospels. The idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period, By Calvin Klopp. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Staudt, Calvin Klopp.
Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. On the Resurrection of the Dead. The Treatise of Athenagoras the Athenian, Philosopher and Christian Chapter I.-Defence of the Truth Should Precede Discussions Regarding It.() By the side of every opinion and doctrine which agrees with the truth of things, there springs up some falsehood; and it does so, not because it takes its rise naturally from some fundamental principle, or from some.
The Church Fathers. Part 2 The Ante-Nicene Fathers. The Church Fathers who fall into the Ante-Nicene period are those who have no direct link to the apostles themselves, but who were instrumental in the work of the early church from the middle of the second century until the beginning of the fourth century.
Early Christianity: A Brief Overview of the Ante-Nicene Era The Council of Nicea in A.D. is a natural time to end "early Christianity," the post-apostolic every history book will refer to the period from A.D.which is about the time of John the apostle's death, to A.D.
as the "Pre-Nicene" or "Ante-Nicene" era. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Staudt, Calvin Klopp. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Get this from a library. The idea of the Resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. [Calvin Klopp Staudt]. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Calvin Klopp Staudt.
If believers do die during this period, it is argued some kind of transformation or resurrection will be required in order to give these believers a new body for the future new heaven, new earth, and new heavenly city.
Another, final resurrection is described in Revelation 20. Christianity in the ante-Nicene period was the time in Christian history up to the First Council of article covers the period following the Apostolic Age of the first century, c AD, to Nicaea in AD.
The second and third centuries saw a sharp divorce of Christianity from its early roots. This is not a good source for the unbiased reader, however, it's currently all that's on offer.
For casual reading, I'd start with "Early Christian Writings" from the Penguin Classic series, and for a fuller treatement, try Volume 1 of William Jurgens's excellent "Faith of the Early Fathers", which deals with the ante-Nicene s: A brief overview of the post-Nicene period, the era of ecumenical councils and the most famous church fathers, from the Council of Nicea in A.D.
to the Council of Chalcedon in A.D.