Julian von Aeclanum: Studien zu seinem Leben, seinem Werk, seiner Lehre und ihrer Überlieferung

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BRILL, 2001 - 406 páginas
Julian of Aeclanum )ca. 380-441/55 AD) is one of the most exciting figures of 4th/5th century Latin Christianity. Some of the most influential people in the western Church were among his relatives and friends. As a bishop he became famous for his charity and learning. In 418 AD he was deposed for refusing to endorse the condemnation of Pelagius and Caelestius. In a series of writings, mostly against Augustine, he justified his step and clarified his stance. He also rallied political support, not only in Italy, but also in the east. This book tells the story of his life and discusses questions concerning his literary pursuits, philosophy, biblical exegesis and church political activities. It thus throws light not only on Julian as an individual, but on the history and culture of his age.
 

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FORSCHUNGSGESCHICHTE UND QUELLENLAGE
1
Ein Ijobkommentar
10
GEBURTSDATUM UND HERKUNFTSORT
19
JUGEND UND HOCHZEIT
44
Paulins Epithalamium für Julian und Titia
56
GEISTIGES PROFIL
74
Einige Anmerkungen zur Forschungsgeschichte
101
EXEGESE UND HERMENEUTIK
147
VERBANNUNG UND ENDE
250
Julians Protest Verurteilung und Weg ins Exil
273
RÜCKBLICK UND AUSBLICK
330
REGISTER
389
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Josef Lossl, Ph.D. (1996) in Theology, University of Regensburg, is a Fellow in Early Church History and Patristics at the Faculty of Theology, Catholic University Leuven. He has published widely on Latin Patristics including "Intellectus Gratiae" (Brill, 1997).