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1377); b) ipsum inter fideles odium adversus Episcopum suscitasse (can.
"The Adversus Judaeos Tradition in the Church Fathers: The Exegesis of Christian Anti-Judaism." In Cohen, Essential Papers, 174-89.
(43) Maiestatis autem crimen illudest, quod adversus populum romanum vel adversus securitatem eius committitur.
Non enim per litteras traditam illam sed per vivam vocem>>, Adversus Haereses, III, 2,1, FC 8/3, 26,1-3.
Irenaeus' best-known book, Adversus Haereses or Against Heresies (c.
Or, to the contrary, do they constitute enduring historical hostilities going back to the third century Adversus Judaeos traditions (when Christian writers began polemicizing against Jews) and to the eleventh century Christian crusades against Muslims in the Holy Land?
Dos tratados de Sexto, tres nos chegaram: Esbocos de Pirronismo e dois outros (con)fundidos na obra intitulada Adversus Mathematicos.
Irenaeus, bishop of Lyons (martyred in 203) in his treatise 'Adversus Haereses' (Against Heresies): 'Mary, the Virgin, is found to be obedient, saying, 'Behold, O Lord, your handmaid.
Sarah Baechle surveys commentaries in some literary manuscripts from the Continent as prelude to her account of glosses in two manuscripts of the Wife of Bath's Prologue, marginalia that may be designed to limit interpretation by pointing the reader away from (or perhaps through) Jerome's Adversus Jovinianum and toward less virulently antifeminist scriptural sources.
Following Irenaeus's assertion that "God became what we are so that we might become who He is" (Adversus haereses V, [Irenaeus's preface]) or Athanasius's better-known version, "God became human, so that we might become God" (De incarnatione 54), Orthodox theology has sought to articulate how exactly humans can become God.