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... 6364 Homer Od. 13. 289; 15. 418; 18. 195; Plutarch D. V33, Mor. 568A; Longus 2. 23; Achilles Tatius 1. 4. 5; Jos. Asen. 1: 4–5 6–8; Pesiq. Rab Kah. 17: 6. 6365 Agamemnon was a head taller than Odysseus, but the latter had a broader chest (Homer 17. 3. 193–194) and is «tall» in Homer Od. 6. 276; 8. 19–20. Cf. Cornelius Nepos 17 (Agesilaus) , 8. 1. 6366 Malherbe, «Description, » comparing Augustus, Heracles, and Agathion. Some of the apparently unflattering features become conventional as early as Homers depictions of Odysseus; the «small of stature» observation ( Acts Paul 3: 3; Paul and Thecla 3 ) fits his Latin name (Paulus, small) . 6367 Drury, Design, 29. 6368 Aristotle Po1. 3. 7. 3, 1282b; Rhet. 1. 6. 10, 1362b; Theon Progymn. 9. 20; Jdt 8: 7; 10: 7; cf., e. g., Plato Charm. 158C; Chariton 2. 1. 5; 3. 2. 14; 5. 5. 3; 5. 5. 9; 6. 1. 9–12; 6. 6. 4; Athenaeus Deipn. 13. 608F; Sir 36: 22; t. Ber. 6: 4; but cf. Plutarch Bride 24–25, Mor. 141CD; Prov 6: 25; 31: 30; Sir 9: 8; 11: 2; 25: 21. 6369 Sextus Empiricus Eth. 3. 43 recognizes that various peoples defined beauty according to their own cultures. 6370 Homer Il. 1. 197; Euripides E1. 515, 521–523; Hipp. 220, ... далее ...
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... his contemporaries. 6364 Homer Od. 13. 289; 15. 418; 18. 195; Plutarch D. V33, Mor. 568A; Longus 2. 23; Achilles Tatius 1. 4. 5; Jos. Asen. 1: 4–5 6–8; Pesiq. Rab Kah. 17: 6. 6365 Agamemnon was a head taller than Odysseus, but the latter had a broader chest (Homer 17. 3. 193–194) and is «tall» in Homer Od. 6. 276; 8. 19–20. Cf. Cornelius Nepos 17 (Agesilaus) , 8. 1. 6366 Malherbe, «Description, » comparing Augustus, Heracles, and Agathion. Some of the apparently unflattering features become conventional as early as Homers depictions of Odysseus; the «small of stature» observation ( Acts Paul 3: 3; Paul and Thecla 3 ) fits his Latin name (Paulus, small) . 6367 Drury, Design, 29. 6368 Aristotle Po1. 3. 7. 3, 1282b; Rhet. 1. 6. 10, 1362b; Theon Progymn. 9. 20; Jdt 8: 7; 10: 7; cf., e. g., Plato Charm. 158C; Chariton 2. 1. 5; 3. 2. 14; 5. 5. 3; 5. 5. 9; 6. 1. 9–12; 6. 6. 4; Athenaeus Deipn. 13. 608F; Sir? 36: 22; t. Ber. 6: 4; but cf. Plutarch Bride 24–25, Mor. 141CD; Prov? 6: 25;? 31: 30; Sir? 9: 8;? 11: 2;? 25: 21. 6369 Sextus Empiricus Eth. 3. 43 recognizes that various peoples defined beauty according to their own cultures. 6370 Homer Il. 1. 197; Euripides E1. 515, 521–523; ... далее ...
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... 6364 Homer Od. 13. 289; 15. 418; 18. 195; Plutarch D. V33, Mor. 568A; Longus 2. 23; Achilles Tatius 1. 4. 5; Jos. Asen. 1: 4-5 6-8; Pesiq. Rab Kah. 17: 6. 6365 Agamemnon was a head taller than Odysseus, but the latter had a broader chest ( Homer 17. 3. 193-194 ) and is «tall» in Homer Od. 6. 276; 8. 19-20. Cf. Cornelius Nepos 17 (Agesilaus) , 8. 1. 6366 Malherbe, «Description, » comparing Augustus, Heracles, and Agathion. Some of the apparently unflattering features become conventional as early as Homers depictions of Odysseus; the «small of stature» observation ( Acts Paul 3: 3; Paul and Thecla 3 ) fits his Latin name (Paulus, small) . 6367 Drury, Design, 29. 6368 Aristotle Po1. 3. 7. 3, 1282b; Rhet. 1. 6. 10, 1362b; Theon Progymn. 9. 20; Jdt 8: 7; 10: 7; cf., e. g., Plato Charm. 158C; Chariton 2. 1. 5; 3. 2. 14; 5. 5. 3; 5. 5. 9; 6. 1. 9-12; 6. 6. 4; Athenaeus Deipn. 13. 608F; Sir 36: 22; t. Ber. 6: 4; but cf. Plutarch Bride 24-25, Mor. 141CD; Prov 6: 25; 31: 30; Sir 9: 8; 11: 2; 25: 21. 6369 Sextus Empiricus Eth. 3. 43 recognizes that various peoples defined beauty according to their own cultures. 6370 Homer Il. 1. 197; Euripides E1. 515, 521-523; Hipp. 220, ... далее ...

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... and so on) recall for us the early, apostolic, Chris­tian environment where women played a vital role in the life of the church and its proclamatory mission. It seems that the role of the deaconess designated an ordained member of the church with specific duties and obligations. Sixty-four inscriptions from the Eastern Roman Empire testify to the existence of ordained deaconesses, while a few others refer to female presbyters (the meaning of which is not entirely clear) . Part of the body of Christian texts which did not find their way into the New Testament, such as the apocryphal Acts of Paul and Thecla, recount the fascination of the young betrothed virgin who for three days and three nights, without eating or drinking, remained fastened to the window like a spider listening to the words of Paul ( Kraemer 1988; Lipsius and Bonnet 1891 ) . According to the Acts, Thecla followed Paul and when thrown to the lions she was miraculously saved. It is inter­esting that when Paul declined to baptize her, Thecla baptized herself in a ditch of water. Although the events related are probably legendary, it remains significant that the icon of Thecla as a leading female apostle was ... далее ...
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... language. An adherent of the apostlePaul, and companion of all his journeying, he wrote a Gospel, concerning which the same Paul says, We send with him a brother whose praise in the gospel is among all the churches and to the Colossians Luke the beloved physician salutes you, and to Timothy Luke only is with me. He also wrote another excellent volume to which he prefixed the title Acts of the Apostles, a history which extends to the second year of Pauls sojourn at Rome, that is to the fourth year of Nero, from which we learn that the book was composed in that same city. Therefore the Acts of Paul and Thecla and all the fable about the lion baptized by him we reckon among the apocryphal writings, for how is it possible that the inseparable companion of the apostle in his other affairs, alone should have been ignorant of this thing. Moreover Tertullian who lived near those times, mentions a certain presbyter in Asia, an adherent of the apostle Paul, who was convicted by John of having been the author of the book, and who, confessing that he did this for love of Paul, resigned his office of presbyter. Some suppose that whenever Paul in his epistle says according to my gospel he ... далее ...
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... Apostelgeschichten (Basel, 1944) ; Donald Guthrie, «Acts and Epistles in Apocryphal Writings», in Apostolic History and the Gospel: Biblical and Historical Essays Presented to F. Bruce, ed. by W. Ward Gasque and R. P. Martin (Grand Rapids, 1970) , pp. 328–345; LesActs apocryphes des Apotres (Geneva, 1981) ; Dennis R. MacDonald, «The Forgotten Novels of the Early Church», Harvard Divinity Bulletin, xvi, 4 (April–June 1986) , pp. 4–6. 398 То, что Фекла, женщина, совершала крещение, возмутило Тертуллиана, и он осудил всю книгу. 399 Согласно R. М. Grant («The Description of Paul in the Acts of Paul and Thecla», Vigiliae Christianae, xxxvi 1982., pp. 1–4) , некоторые портретные черты, вероятно, заимствованы у прославленного греческого поэта Архилоха. 400 Изд. Wilhelm Schubart и Carl Schmidt в Acta Pauli (Hamburg, 1936) . 401 То, что Павел говорил в переносном смысле, видно из предыдущих слов: «…я каждый день умираю! » Кроме того, римского гражданина не могли отдать дикими зверями. 402 Англ. перевод рассказа о поединке Павла со львом дан в книге автора настоящей работы Introduction to the Apocrypha (New York, 1957) , pp. 255–262. 403 Кодекс издан под редакцией M. Testuz, Papyrus ... далее ...
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... P. 67–71; Testuz M. Papyrus Bodmer X-XII. Cologne-Geneva, 1959; Kasser R. Acta Pauli 1959 RHPR № 40, (1960) . P. 45–57; Klijn A. F. The Apocryphal Correspondens between Paul and the Corinthians Vch, XVII (1963) . P. 2–23; Schneemelcher W. Die Acta Pauli: Neune Fund und neune Aufgaben (Новые находки и проблемы) Thlz № 89, (1964) . S. 241–54; Schneemeicher W. Die Paulusacten Hennecke E. u. a. Die neutestamentlichen Apocryphen. Tubingen, Bd. 2, 1964. S. 221–70. В нашем распоряжении было английское издание этой работы: Philadelphia, 1965. Р. 322–90; Howe? . Interpritations of Paul in the Acts of Paul and Thecla Pauline Studies Exeter, 1980. P. 33–49; MacDonald D. R. The Legend and the Apostle. The Battle for Paul in Story and Canon. Philadelphia, 1983; Rodroff W. Waswissen wir uber Plan und Absicht der Paulusacten? Oecumenicaet Patristica. Geneva, 1989. P. 71–82; Elliott J. K. The Apocrypha! New Testament. New-York, 1993. P. 350–89 ( ранее и далее: Elliott J. – 93 ) ; Elliott J. K. The Apocryphal Jesus. Legends of the Early Church. New York, 1996 ( далее: Elliott J. – 96 ) . Исследователей памятника крайне озадачивает данная ситуация: Иероним спешит отобедать и удалиться, чтобы ... далее ...
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... language. An adherent of the apostlePaul, and companion of all his journeying, he wrote a Gospel, concerning which the same Paul says, We send with him a brother whose praise in the gospel is among all the churches and to the Colossians Luke the beloved physician salutes you, and to Timothy Luke only is with me. He also wrote another excellent volume to which he prefixed the title Acts of the Apostles, a history which extends to the second year of Pauls sojourn at Rome, that is to the fourth year of Nero, from which we learn that the book was composed in that same city. Therefore the Acts of Paul and Thecla and all the fable about the lion baptized by him we reckon among the apocryphal writings, for how is it possible that the inseparable companion of the apostle in his other affairs, alone should have been ignorant of this thing. Moreover Tertullian who lived near those times, mentions a certain presbyter in Asia, an adherent of the apostle Paul, who was convicted by John of having been the author of the book, and who, confessing that he did this for love of Paul, resigned his office of presbyter. Some suppose that whenever Paul in his epistle says according to my gospel he ... далее ...
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... Alfonsi L. Echi protrettici di un passo del papiro amburgese delle Praxeis Pauloi Aegyptus, 30 (1950) . P. 67–71; Testuz M. Papyrus Bodmer X-XII. Cologne-Geneva, 1959; Kasser R. Acta Pauli 1959 RHPR № 40, (1960) . P. 45–57; Klijn A. F. The Apocryphal Correspondens between Paul and the Corinthians Vch, XVII (1963) . P. 2–23; Schneemelcher W. Die Acta Pauli: Neune Fund und neune Aufgaben (Новые находки и проблемы) Thlz № 89, (1964) . S. 241–54; Schneemeicher W. Die Paulusacten Hennecke E. u. a. Die neutestamentlichen Apocryphen. Tubingen, Bd. 2, 1964. S. 221–70. В нашем распоряжении было английское издание этой работы: Philadelphia, 1965. Р. 322–90; Howe Μ. Interpritations of Paul in the Acts of Paul and Thecla Pauline Studies Exeter, 1980. P. 33–49; MacDonald D. R. The Legend and the Apostle. The Battle for Paul in Story and Canon. Philadelphia, 1983; Rodroff W. Waswissen wir uber Plan und Absicht der Paulusacten? Oecumenicaet Patristica. Geneva, 1989. P. 71–82; Elliott J. K. The Apocrypha! New Testament. New-York, 1993. P. 350–89 ( ранее и далее: Elliott J. – 93 ) ; Elliott J. K. The Apocryphal Jesus. Legends of the Early Church. New York, 1996 ( далее: Elliott J. – 96 ) ... далее ...

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The Gospel of John, 1. Genre and Historical ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... were much more general than with historical works (cf. how closely Matthew or Luke follows Mark) . 79 Talbert, «Acts, » 72. Pseudo-Callisthenes mixes both historical and fictitious sources, plus adds his own fictions ( e. g., Alex. 1. 23 ) , 450–750 years after the supposed events. Bowersocks examples of fictitionalized history (Fiction as History 21) are also distinctly novelistic. 80 Carson, John, 64–65, following Sternberg, Poetics, 23–35. 81 See, e. g., Aune, Environment, 151–53; Bauckham, «Acts of Paul»; Keylock, «Distinctness, » 210. One мая compare works such as the Acts of Paul and Thecla or Acts of John 53–64, 73–80, where elements of the romance story line are followed, except that the women become devotees of the male teacher in chastty, devoted not to sexual love but to Gods word. 82 Some scholars have suggested some overlap in the Gospels, though acknowledging that the degree varies from Gospel to Gospel ( e. g., Freyne, Galilee, 11 ) . 83 Porter, «Wé Passages, » 550. 84 See Wiersma, «Nove1. » 85 Talbert, Gospel 17. 86 See Kee, Miracle, 193, for other propagandists narratives in the Isis cult. It is hardly true, however, that the genre as a whole was ... далее ...
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