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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 ...
Interpreting the Scriptures / Православие.RuИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... the latter one to the shape of a dog, and by thus exhibiting the jewels, should deceive the ignorant who had no conception what a king’s form was like, and persuade them that miserable likeness of the fox was, in fact, the beautiful image of the king. In like manner do these persons patch together old wives’ fables, and then endeavor, by violently drawing away from their proper connection, words, expressions, and parables whenever found, to adapt the oracles of God to their baseless fictions. We have already stated how far they proceed in this way with respect to the interior of the Pleroma. (Against Heresies and Fragments, Kindle Loc. 423-36) Reading the Scriptures, searching not just for meaning, but for the Truth, means understanding what one reads. We have to be able to properly assemble the texts in the light of Christ to understand them. It is possible to assemble them wrongly as St. Irenaeus warns. One needs guidance to recognize the proper template for assembling the words, prophecies and poems. The template is Jesus Christ. One needs Christ in order to know what it is the Scriptures are portraying to us. The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, Ravenna, Italy. Photo: So one ... далее ...
Tithing and the Work of the Church / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... to the commandment” ( Didache 13: 8 ) . The giving of firstfruits in the Old Testament was an aspect of the tithing system, and so when it speaks of doing so “according to the commandment, ” this suggests that tithing at least as some application for Christians. St. Irenaeus says: We are bound, therefore, to offer to God the first-fruits of His creation, as Moses also says, “Thou shalt not appear in the presence of the Lord thy God empty; ” so that man, being accounted as grateful, by those things in which he has shown his gratitude, may receive that honour which flows from Him ( Against Heresies 4: 18: 1 ) . St. John Chrysostom says, while commented on Ephesians 2: So that in this case the greatness of the sin will make such an one go away with the devil. Woe to him, it is said, who doeth not alms; and if this was the case under the Old Covenant, much more is it under the New. If, where the getting of wealth was allowed, and the enjoyment of it, and the care of it, there was such provision made for the succoring the poor, how much more in that Dispensation, where we are commanded to surrender all we have? For what did not they of old do? They gave tithes, and ... далее ...
Christ in the Old Testament / OrthoChristian.ComИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... and their father, and followed the Word. Righteously also do we, possessing the same faith as Abraham, and taking up the cross as Isaac did the wood? follow Him. For in Abraham man had learned beforehand, and had been accustomed to follow the Word of God. For Abraham, according to his faith, followed the command of the Word of God, and with a ready mind delivered up, as a sacrifice to God, his only- begotten and beloved son, in order that God also might be pleased to offer up for all his seed His own beloved and only-begotten Son, as a sacrifice for our redemption. (St. Irenaeus of Lyons, Against Heresies and Fragments, Kindle Loc. 5320-29) Every encounter with the Word of God by the holy men and women of the Old Testament is thus an encounter with Christ. And each encounter with Christ is also a revelation of God the Father, even as Jesus said: “He who has seen me has seen the Father; how can you say, ‘Show us the Father’? Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father in me? ” ( John 14: 9-10 ) . Each theophany in the Old Testament was thus really an encounter with the pre-incarnate Word of God, but each encounter also revealed the Father to all. For Christ ... далее ...
Thy Life Hanging Before Thee / OrthoChristian.ComИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... Lord shall lead thee... ( Deuteronomy 28: 15-68 ) . that demonstrated that Jesus was the Messiah, and if that is true, this passage was likely a standard part of such apologetic documents. Here are some examples of how this text was used: St. Irenaeus (who reposed in 202 a. d.) : " And again, he indicates that He who from the beginning founded and created them, the Word, who also redeems and vivifies us in the last times, is shown as hanging on the tree, and they will not believe on Him. For he says, “And thy life shall be hanging before thine eyes, and thou wilt not believe thy life” ( Against Heresies 4: 10: 2 ) . " For the Creator of the world is truly the Word of God: and this is our Lord, who in the last times was made man, existing in this world, and who in an invisible manner contains all things created, and is inherent in the entire creation, since the Word of God governs and arranges all things; and therefore He came to His own in a visible manner, and was made flesh, and hung upon the tree, that He might sum up all things in Himself. And His own peculiar people did not receive Him, as Moses declared this very thing among the people: " And thy life shall be hanging ... далее ...
The Stromata, BOOK IV - читать, скачать - ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... with Christ, war against death, let them own their secret dogma that they have the hardihood to assail the divine power of the Creator, by setting to rights His creation, as if they were superior, endeavouring to save the vital image which He was not able to rescue from corruption. Then the Lord would be superior to God the Creator; for the son would never contend with the father, especially among the gods. But the point that the Creator of all things, the omnipotent Lord, is the Father of the Son, we have deferred till the discussion of these points, in which we have undertaken to dispute against the heresies, showing that He alone is the God proclaimed by Him. But the apostle, writing to us with reference to the endurance of afflictions, says, And this is of God, that it is given to you on behalf of Christ, not only to believe in Him, but also to suffer for His sake; having the same conflict which you saw in me, and now hear to be in me. If there is therefore any consolation in Christ, if any comfort of love, if any communion of spirit, if any bowels and mercies, fulfil my joy, that you may be of the same mind, having the same love, unanimous, thinking one thing. And if he ... далее ...
De Spiritu Sancto - читать, скачать - святитель ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... is abundant: it was the use of with which required defense. Dionysius moreover in the middle of his treatise thus writes in opposition to the Sabellians, If by the hypostases being three they say that they are divided, there are three, though they like it not. Else let them destroy the divine Trinity altogether. And again: most divine on this account after the Unity is the Trinity. Clement, in more primitive fashion, writes, God lives, and the Lord Jesus Christ, and the Holy Ghost. And now let us hear how Irenæus, who lived near the times of the Apostles, mentions the Spirit in his work Against the Heresies. The Apostle rightly calls carnal them that are unbridled and carried away to their own desires, having no desire for the Holy Spirit, and in another passage Irenæus says, The Apostle exclaimed that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of the heavens lest we, being without share in the divine Spirit, fall short of the kingdom of the heavens. If any one thinks Eusebius of Palestine worthy of credit on account of his wide experience, I point further to the very words he uses in discussing questions concerning the polygamy of the ancients. Stirring up himself to his ... далее ...
On Illustrious Men - читать, скачать - блаженный ...Искать в Источникеazbyka.ru
... the ignominy of the cross. He addressed another book also to the successors of this Antoninus, Marcus Antoninus Verus and Lucius Aurelius Commodus. Another volume of his Against the nations, is also extant, where he discusses the nature of demons, and a fourth against the nations which he entitled, Refutation and yet another On the sovereignty of God, and another book which he entitled, Psaltes, and another On the Soul, the Dialogue against the Jews, which he held against Trypho, the leader of the Jews, and also notable volumes Against Marcion, which Irenæus also mentions in the fourth book Against heresies, also another book Against all heresies which he mentions in the Apology which is addressed to Antoninus Pius. He, when he had held διατριβάς in the city of Rome, and had convicted Crescens the cynic, who said many blasphemous things against the Christians, of gluttony and fear of death, and had proved him devoted to luxury and lusts, at last, accused of being a Christian, through the efforts and wiles of Crescens, he shed his blood for Christ. 24. Melito of Asia, bishop of Sardis, addressed a book to the emperor Marcus Antoninus Verus, a disciple of Fronto the orator, in ... далее ...
Holy Scripture and the Church / Православие.RuИскать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... of A. I. Snegireva, 1914) (in Russian) . [2] A reference to the Arian controversy. The fourth-century heretic Arius (ca. 250–336) contended that the Son is a created being not of the same essence as the Father, in opposition to the Church’s teaching that the Son is uncreated and of the same essence as the Father. — Ed. [3] St. Athanasius the Great, Against the Arians, Discourse I. 1. [4] Marcion of Sinope (ca. 85–160) : A Gnostic heretic, who proposed rejecting the Old Testament and severely editing the New Testament to remove its dependence on the Old. — Ed. [5] St. Irenaeus of Lyons, Against Heresies IV. 9. 3 ( Ante-Nicene Fathers [ANF] 1, p. 472 ) . [6] St. Irenaeus of Lyons († ca. 202) : Bishop of Lugdunum ( present-day Lyons in France ) , born probably in Smyrna (today’s Izmir in Turkey) , Asia Minor. One of the most important Church Fathers, he was best known for his apologetic writings against the doctrines of the Gnostics, where he asserted the Apostolic authority of the Ecumenical Church through the succession of her bishops. —Trans. [7] Op. cit. IV. 34. 1 ( ANF 1, p. 511 ) . [8] St. Epiphanius of Cyprus (ca. 310–403) : Bishop of Salamis on Cyprus and ... далее ...
An Open Letter To Orthodox Anglicans / ...Искать в Источникеpravoslavie.ru
... in the modern Church of England itself: they are based on the same revolutionary spirit of the Reformation. The only safe harbour for those who in their hearts seeks the historic Church is to return to the historic Church: the Orthodox Church. Orthodoxy has been preserved in the face of centuries of persecution at the hands of pagan Rome, Islam, and Communism, and has faced down heresies for twenty centuries. Its Biblically- rooted worship preserves the same spirit as the earliest centuries of its existence. The same faith that brought the world the Holy Scriptures and defended its truth against heresies continues to run through its veins. It is unchanging and eternal, because it is the Bride of an Unchanging and Eternal Husband. It cannot recreate the early Church, because it is the same Church, alive and struggling, and giving life to our troubled and changing times. The English tradition is Orthodox. The true roots of Anglicanism can only be found in Orthodox Christianity. Augustine of Hippo told the faithful that we will never find rest, until we find rest in Christ; likewise, restless Anglicans will never find rest from the ever-changing storms of modernity until ... далее ...
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