By Peter Sarris, Matthew Dal Santo, Phil Booth
The papers accrued during this quantity discover the ideas in which Christian professionals during the early medieval international either confirmed and expressed their social place, whereas whilst drawing consciousness to the moments whilst those self same procedures have been resisted and challenged. the place prior stories of Christianisation have for the main half approached the problem of dissent during the endured lifestyles of paganism and a number of the Christian heresies, this quantity means that the adventure of doubt in the direction of, and articulation of resistance to, the claims of Christian leaders prolonged some distance open air the circles of pagan intellectuals and dissident theologians. the result's a view of Christianisation as way more piecemeal, advanced and incomplete than has frequently been acknowledged.Contributors comprise Peter Turner, Peter Kritzinger, Collin Garbarino, Philip wooden, Ralph Lee, Richard Payne, Mike Humphreys, Giorgia Vocino, and Gerda Heydemann.
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78). See also P. 1 (1986) 3–34; L. ’ Studia Patristica 22 (1989) 235–250; A. Kotzé, Augustine’s Confessions: Communicative Purpose and Audience (Leiden, 2004), 67. G. ’ in Augustinus: Charisteria Augustiniana, ed. P. M. Torrecilla (Madrid, 1993), 112–114. J. Crosson, ‘Structure and meaning in St. Augustine’s Confessions’, in The Augustinian Tradition, ed. B. Matthews (Berkeley, 1999), 32. sources of spiritual truthfulness in late antique texts 29 It is crucial to recognize that this reading in no way suggests a perspective which is somehow more neutral or more objectively reliable.
Were these two forms of truthfulness entirely distinct? If not, how did they relate to one another? To examine these questions is not the same thing as explaining the structure of religious texts; nor is it simply to establish with greater precision the boundary between historical fact and literary idealization. e. all those things most characteristic of hagiography – were themselves continuous with the religious and spiritual habits, experiences, and attitudes of late antique people. This paper will thus begin by discussing thirdperson religious writing before comparing it to first-person religious writing.
Armstrong, in Plotinus vol. , London/New York, 1966, repr. 1995); Iamblichus, De Vita Pythagorica Liber, passim; Eunapius, Lives 462, 498, 501; Damascius, Vitae Isidori Reliquiae 116e, ed. P. Athanassiadi (Athens, 1999). 13–74 ed. A. de Vogüé, 3 vols. (Paris, 1964). 29 ‘Il n’y a pas de miracle sans un précédent biblique . . ce que Dieu a accompli, il sources of spiritual truthfulness in late antique texts 19 command – for example, Ezekiel lying on his right side for forty days and on his left for one hundred – also necessarily lacked a precedent when they were first performed.
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