Hippolytus against Heresies, v. 7



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Иисус Христос в исламеИскать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... поддерживала свою доктрину апокрифическими Писаниями. Они так же допускают это нововведение о том, что когда Господь был ребенком, то он будто бы учил алфавит, его учитель как-то сказал по обыкновению: “Скажи” “альфа”, – он ответил: “Альфа”. Ипполит свидетельствует о том, что “природа человека в начале скрыта, а после проявляется, которая и является невидимым Царством Небесным”. Приводя во свидетельство Евангелие от Фомы, где записаны следующие слова: “Тот, кто ищет меня, тот найдет меня в детях от семи лет и старше: ибо в этом я проявляюсь, скрытый до четырнадцатилетнего возраста…” ( Hippolytus against Heresies, v. 7. ) [92]. Также приведем пример из Арабского Евангелия Инфанси: “И когда Господу Иисусу было семь лет, Он играл вместе с другими мальчиками, делал из глины разные формы: осликов, овечек, козликов, птиц и другие фигуры, которыми они хвастались друг перед другом, сделав свои фигурки, пытаясь превзойти остальных. И тогда Господь Иисус сказал другим мальчикам: “Я сейчас прикажу этим фигурам, которые Я сделал, чтобы они пошли”. И они действительно стали двигаться, и когда Он приказал остановиться, то они остановились. Он также сделал фигуры птиц и воробьев. И ... далее ...
How to Become a Real Live Human BeingИскать в Источникеpravmir.com
... representing all humanity, alongside of the more current usage of “human beings, ” because the traditional usage is closer to the Greek “ anthropos ” and a more beautiful and poetic way of expressing the reality that includes every man, woman, boy, girl, and infant who has ever lived. In Scripture, Jesus is the “Son of Man, ” not the “Son of Human Being. ” Yet the newer term is also used for clarity. [4] John Behr. The Mystery of Christ: Life in Death (Crestwood, NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2006) , 136. [5] First aposticha in Tone 5, Bridegroom Orthros of Great and Holy Monday. [6] Against the Heresies, 5. 15. 2 [7] C. S. Lewis, Mere Christianity (Harper Collins, 1952) 159. [8] Anaphora of the Divine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom. [9] Barnabas 6: 9. [10 [11] Ibid. [12] St. John Chrysostom, Homily IV. [13] St. Ignatius of Antioch, Epistle to the Romans 6: 1. [14] Ibid. 5: 3. [15] C. S. Lewis, The Abolition of Man ( New York: Collier Books, 1955 ) , chapter 1. [16] Archbishop Anastasios (Yannoulatos) , Facing the World: Orthodox Christian Essays on Global Concerns (Crestwood NY: St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2003) , 42 [17] Ibid. Source: Bonovox Do you see a mistake ... далее ...
Christ in the Old Testament / Православие.RuИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Christ in the Old Testament Fr. Ted Bobosh “… the treasure hid in the Scriptures is Christ, since He was pointed out by means of types and parables. ” (St. Irenaeus of Lyons, Against Heresies and Fragments, Kindle Loc. 6350-51) Photo: Central to the teachings of Christ is that Moses and the Prophets wrote about Him. We have already encountered this in several of the blog posts in this series. Jesus said: “You search the scriptures, because you think that in them you have eternal life; and it is they that bear witness to me; yet you refuse to come to me that you may have life. . If you believed Moses, you would believe me, for he wrote of me. But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe my words? ” ( John 5: 39-47 ) In this post, we will look at several quotes from St. Irenaeus of Lyons (d. 202AD) and how he applied Christ’s own words to the Scriptures. “For if ye had believed Moses, ye would also have believed Me; for he wrote of Me; “ ( John 5: 46 ) [saying this, ] no doubt, because the Son of God is implanted everywhere throughout his writings: at one time, indeed, speaking with Abraham, when about to eat with him; at another time with Noah, giving ... далее ...
Homilies from nomination and consecration of His ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... as a bishop need to prepare the heart of man, in order for it to be rich, and so, when receiving this seed, gain spiritual strength. Seek no counsel of men. Do not trust in man! When one puts dependency on man, one will fall with man; for the help you receive from men, as the Fathers teach, is even weaker than a cobweb. This is the way of the fallen world in which we live. Saint John Chrysostom teaches that when we surround ourselves by learned men of wisdom, then eventually, if we keep what they say, we embody them and become like them. Yet still there is something higher. Through prayer, you stand next to the One Who can give you necessary strength, understanding, support—and that is Christ our God. Envelop yourself in prayer. Stand with God. As Saint Irenaeus, your patron saint, has said: “[The Word of] God became man so that man may become God” (Against Heresies, Book 5, Preface) . Receive the crosier: a symbol of your episcopal authority; and now that you are a prince of Holy Mother Church, take it, go forth and do the Lord’s bidding. Подпишитесь на рассылку Православие. Ru Рассылка выходит два раза в неделю: В воскресенье — православный календарь на предстоящую ... далее ...
Encyclical of the Holy and Great Council of the ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... corruptible, but the very life-streaming Body of the Lord, the “heavenly Bread” which “is a medicine of immortality, an antidote for not dying but living in God through Jesus Christ, and a purgative expelling evil” (Ignatius of Antioch, Letter to the Ephesians, 20, PG 5. 756) . The holy Eucharist constitutes the innermost core also of the conciliar functioning of the ecclesial body, as well as the authentic confirmation of the Orthodoxy of the faith of the Church, as Saint Irenaeus of Lyon proclaims: “Our teaching is in accord with the Eucharist and the Eucharist confirms our teaching” ( Against Heresies, 4. 18, PG 7. 1028 ) . Proclaiming the Gospel to all the world in accord with the Lord’s command and “preaching in His name repentance and remission of sins to all the nations” (Luke 22. 47) , we have the obligation to commit ourselves and one another and our whole life to Christ our God and to love one another, confessing with one mind: “Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Trinity consubstantial and undivided. ” Addressing these things in Council to the children throughout the world of our most holy Orthodox Church, as well as to the entire world, following the holy Fathers and ... далее ...
You are the Crown of Creation: The Creation of ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... understanding that man is the great summit of creation. Elder Aimilianos, The Church at Prayer: The Mystical Liturgy of the Heart, p. 124; St. Athanasius, Commentary on the Psalms ( Ps. 50: 5 ) ; St. Diadochos of Photiki, Philokalia Vol. 1, p. 269; George of Zadonsk, Letters…, Saint Petersburg, " Letter #115, " p. 110 (qtd. at) ; St. Gregory of Nyssa, On the Making of Man 17; St. Gregory Palamas, Homily 43 " On the Gospel Reading for the Seventeenth Sunday of Matthew About the Canaanite Woman, ” in Homilies p. 342; St. Gregory the Theologian, Oration 40. 2, On Holy Baptism; St. Irenaeus, Against Heresies 3. 22. 4; St. Jerome, Against Jovinian 1. 16; St. John Chrysostom, Homilies on Genesis, 15. 14, 18. 12, On Virginity 14, 15. 2; St. John Climacus, The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Step 15; St. John of Damascus, Exact Exposition 4. 24; St. Maximus, Ad Thalassium 21, 61, 4 th Century of Various Texts 44, Philokalia 2, pp. 246-247; St. Paisios, Elder Paisios of Mt. Athos, by Hieromonk Isaac, p. 144-145; St. Symeon the New Theologian, Ethical Discourses 13, in On the Mystical Life: The Ethical Discourses, Vol. 2: On Virtue and Christian Life, p. 167; Blessed Theodoret of Cyrus, ... далее ...
Tertullian and the Dangers of the Sectarian ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... philosophic and literary heritage. This attitude is clearly demonstrated in his famous rhetorical outburst, “What has Athens to do with Jerusalem? What concord is there between the Academy and the Church? ” [35] As we also saw in Chapter Three, this is very different from the holistic, discerning approach of other Apologists such as St. Justin Martyr, Athenagoras, and Minucius Felix (and Clement of Alexandria, and later, for example, of the Cappadocian Fathers, St. Photios the Great, St. Innocent of Alaska, and St. Nikolai [Velimirovich] of Serbia) . In this same passage in Prescription against Heresies, Tertullian says that all “heresies are instigated by philosophy, ” and then he castigates Aristotle in particular: Unhappy Aristotle! He invented dialectics for these philosophers—the art of building up and pulling down—an art so evasive in its propositions, so far-fetched in its conjectures, so harsh in its arguments, so productive of contentions, embarrassing even to itself, retracting everything and really treating of nothing! From where spring those “fables and endless genealogies” [1 Tim. 1: 4] and “unprofitable questions” [Titus 3: 9], and “words which spread like a ... далее ...
The Hidden Gospel: A Study on the Book of Genesis ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... creation of the world. Not from the Fall, but from the creation. You can still find this calendar in use; I’ve seen it in various places. Fr. Seraphim’s monastery puts out a calendar every year and it always has this date from the creation of the world. Time in the Church has always been measured from the creation of the world. 7; St. Augustine, City of God 12. 24; St. Basil, Hexaemeron 1. 1; Clement of Alexandria, Stromata 6. 9; St. Cyril of Alexandria, Against Julian the Apostate 2. 27; St. Gregory the Theologian, Oration 28. 5; St. Ignatius Brianchaninov, Homily on Man; St. Irenaeus, Against Heresies 2. 18; St. John Chrysostom, Commentary on Genesis, Homily 2. 5; Homily 3. 10; St. John of Kronstadt, My Life in Christ pp. 41-42; St. Justin Martyr, Hortatory Address to the Greeks, chapter 8; Lactantius, Divine Institutes 7. 14; St. Maximus the Confessor, Ambigua col. 1353, c. as quoted in Fr. John Meyendorff’s Christ in Eastern Christian Thought, p. 138; St. Nikolai Velimirovich, Homilies 11 for Meatfast Sunday, p. 116; St. Silouan, St. Silouan the Athonite p. 90; Fr. Sophrony, “Principles of Orthodox Asceticism, ” in The Orthodox Ethos, pp. 273-274; St. Symeon the New ... далее ...
Annunciation and Choosing Life / Православие.RuИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... just as [Eve] was led astray by the word of an angel, so that she fled from God when she had transgressed His word; so did [Mary], by an angelic communication, receive the glad tidings that she should bear God, being obedient to His word. And if the former did disobey God, yet the latter was persuaded to be obedient to God, in order that the Virgin Mary might become the patroness of the virgin Eve. And thus, as the human race fell into bondage to death by means of a virgin, so is it rescued by a virgin; virginal disobedience having been balanced in the opposite scale by virginal obedience. —Against Heresies 5. 19. 1 By holding dear the Annunciation as a central feast of the Church, the earliest Christians were not confused when it comes to either their own autonomy as individuals or the onset of human life. As early as St. Gregory the Wonder-worker (ca. A. D. 262) , the Annunciation was commemorated with festivals, hymns, and sacred reflections. As he stated in one of his own homilies on the occasion of the feast: It is our duty to present to God, like sacrifices, all the festivals and hymnal celebrations; and first of all, the feast of the Annunciation to the Holy Mother of ... далее ...
Rejoice! For the Ancient Curse is Annulled / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... than the angels, " to increase mankind to the measure determined by its Maker. 3St. John Chrysostom, Homilies on Genesis 18. 12. See also Elder Aimilianos, The Church at Prayer: The Mystical Liturgy of the Heart, p. 124; St. Athanasius, Commentary on the Psalms ( Ps. 50: 5 ) ; St. Diadochos of Photiki, Philokalia Vol. 1, p. 269; St. Gregory of Nyssa, On the Making of Man 17; St. Gregory Palamas, Homily 43 " On the Gospel Reading for the Seventeenth Sunday of Matthew About the Canaanite Woman, ” in Homilies p. 342; St. Gregory the Theologian, Oration 40. 2, On Holy Baptism; St. Irenaeus, Against Heresies 3. 22. 4; St. Jerome, Against Jovinian 1. 16; St. John Climacus, The Ladder of Divine Ascent, Step 15; St. John of Damascus, Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith 4. 24; St. Maximus the Confessor, Ad Thalassium 21; Ad Thalassium 61; St. Paisios, Elder Paisios of Mt. Athos, by Hieromonk Isaac, p. 144-145; St. Symeon the New Theologian, Ethical Discourses 13, in On the Mystical Life: The Ethical Discourses, Vol. 2: On Virtue and Christian Life, p. 167; Blessed Theodoret of Cyrus, Questions on Genesis 37. 2 7Canon 79 of the Council of Trullo states, “Confessing the divine ... далее ...

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