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idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period

Calvin Klopp Staudt

idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period

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Published by University of Chicago Press in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jesus Christ -- Resurrection,
  • Resurrection

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Calvin Klopp Staudt, Ph.D.
    SeriesThe University of Chicago ... Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament ... 2d ser ... v. 1, pt. VIII, Historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament., v. 1, pt. 8.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBT871 .S7 1909
    The Physical Object
    Pagination90 p. ;
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6751939M
    LC Control Number30033847


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Open Library. The Fathers of the Ante-Nicene Era explores the earliest Christian writings outside of the New Testament, leading up to the third century AD. Featuring Clement of Alexandria, Justin Martyr, Origen, Lactantius, Cyprian, and others, this collection of volumes from the Fathers of the Church series presents the best modern translations—and, in some cases, the only extant English translations.

Get this from a library. The idea of the Resurrection in the ante-Nicene period. [Calvin Klopp Staudt]. Early Christianity: A Brief Overview of the Ante-Nicene Era The Council of Nicea in A.D. is a natural time to end "early Christianity," the post-apostolic every history book will refer to the period from A.D.which is about the time of John the apostle's death, to A.D.

as the "Pre-Nicene" or "Ante-Nicene" era. Patristic literature, body of literature that comprises those works, excluding the New Testament, written by Christians before the 8th century.

Patristic literature is generally identified today with the entire Christian literature of the early Christian centuries, irrespective of its orthodoxy or.

The predominant eschatological view in the Ante-Nicene Period was Premillennialism, the belief of a visible reign of Christ in glory on earth with the risen saints for a thousand years, before the general resurrection and judgment.

Justin Martyr and Irenaeus were the most outspoken proponents of premillennialism. Justin Martyr saw himself as continuing in the “Jewish” belief of a temporary.

Where does that idea come from. At least in part from developments in Judaism after the exile, especially in the 2nd century BCE. [Quick note: Jon D.

Levenson in his wonderful book Resurrection and the Restoration of Israel argues that individual resurrection already has strong echos in the pre-exilic period.]. The resurrection was prophesied. According to 1 Corinthi Jesus rose from the dead as the Scriptures had previously prophesied.

Isaiah said that Jesus would be cut off from the living and. Irenaeus (A.D. ) Ante-Nicene Fathers vol.1 pg. Now all these [heretics] are of much later date than the bishops to whom the apostles committed the Churches. Irenaeus (A.D. ) Ante-Nicene Fathers vol.1 pg.

Further, it is said that it is on account of. The predominant eschatological view in the Ante-Nicene period was Premillennialism, the belief of a visible reign of Christ in glory on earth with the risen saints for a thousand years, before the general resurrection and judgment.

Justin Martyr and Irenaeus were the most outspoken proponents of premillennialism. Justin Martyr saw himself as continuing in the “Jewish” belief of a temporary.

The idea of any resurrection at all first emerges clearly in the 2nd-century BC Book of Daniel, but as a belief in the resurrection of the soul alone. Josephus tells of the three main Jewish sects of the 1st century AD, that the Sadducees held that both soul and body perished at death; the Essenes that the soul was immortal but the flesh was not; and the Pharisees that the soul was immortal.

The resurrection of the flesh was a marginal belief in Second Temple Judaism, i.e., Judaism of the time of Jesus. The idea of any resurrection at all first emerges clearly in the 2nd-century-BC Book of Daniel, but as a belief in the resurrection of the soul alone.

A few centuries later the Jewish historian Josephus, writing roughly in the same period as Paul and the authors of the gospels. The idea was implicit in the concept of resurrection that they affirmed.

Thus while it is true that an empty tomb does not alone imply or lead to resurrection faith, as it is subject to various other interpretations, it is not true that resurrection does not necessarily imply an empty tomb in the early Christian way of thinking about these things.

texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Staudt, C.K. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period; Granberry, John Cowper. Outline of New Irenaeus testimony to the Fourth Gospel / F. Lewis. -- Pt. Idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period / C.

Staudt Vol. Outline of New Testament. The first resurrection takes place in various stages. Jesus Christ Himself (the “first fruits,” 1 Corinthians ), paved the way for the resurrection of all who believe in Him. There was a resurrection of the Jerusalem saints (Matthew ) which should be included in our consideration of the first resurrection.

Here is another quote from Irenaeus from the same book: “For all these and other words were unquestionably spoken in reference to the resurrection of the just which takes place after the coming of Antichrist” Irenaeus, “Against Heresies,” the Ante-Nicene Fathers I, Irenaeus, who sprang from the Eastern church, and used the Greek language, but labored in the West, holds a kind of mediating position between the two branches of the church, and may be taken as, on the whole, the most moderate and sound representative of ecclesiastical orthodoxy in the ante-Nicene period.

The historical context of the Nicene Creed. What we call the Nicene Creed is actually the product of two ecumenical councils—one in Nicaea (present-day Iznik, Turkey) in ADand one in Constantinople (now Istanbul) in AD —and a century of debate over the nature of the relationship between the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

The resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead on the 3rd day is the cornerstone of Christian faith. Without this key historical fact Christianity crumbles to the ground, it is nothing more than a bunch of crazy people who are willing to sacrifice their own comfort and pleasure to.

The Covenant Idea in Ante-Nicene Theology. University of Edinburgh, This thesis argues that the covenant idea was more significant in the writings of particular ante-Nicene theologians than has generally been admitted in patristic research or general surveys of the history of the covenant idea in the Christian tradition.

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For casual reading, I'd start with "Early Christian Writings" from the Penguin Classic series, and for a fuller treatement, try Volume 1 of William Jurgens's excellent "Faith of the Early Fathers", which deals with the ante-Nicene s: 1 drawing: watercolor, graphite, ink ; mount size 11 x 15 in.

The idea of the resurrection in the ante-Nicene period - C. Staudt The Jewish Scriptures - the books of the Old Testament in the light of their origin and history - A. Fiske The King James Version of the Bible with Apocrypha: The legends of the Jews Vol 1 - L. Ginzberg The legends of the Jews Vol 2 - L.

Ginzberg The Seven Books of Arnobius Against the Heathen. (Adversus Gentes.) Book I. Book II. Book III. Book IV. Book V. Book VI. Book VII. Appendix. Elucidations. Introductory NoticeIn this volume a mass of fragmentary material has been reduced to method, and so harmonized as to present an integral result.

He then gives an exegesis of Revelation 20 using the writings of ante-Nicene non-chiliasts and concludes with some final remarks on New Testament Eschatology. In its thoroughness in studying the eschatological views of the early Church, Regnum Caelorum puts to rest the idea that the earliest Christian eschatology was universally premillennial.

RESURRECTION OF THE DEAD: Basis of the Doctrine. The Christian hope of a renewal of life after death was to a certain extent anticipated by the expectation of redemption current among the Jews before the time of Christ; but its real basis is found in the teaching of Christ and in his own resurrection, though it is true that the Christian exposition of the doctrine presupposes the Jewish.

The book provides us with a look at 50 things that Jesus Resurrection provided for and to us after his death. Most of these things deserve to be examined and are seldom even thought about. So all in all it provides a great look at what Christ accomplished both on the cross and s:   The students of the apostles played a pivotal role in preserving and promoting the eyewitness Gospel accounts.

While many skeptics claim the New Testament Canon was formed during 4 th Century Church Councils (such as the Council of Nicea or Laodicea), the earliest believers had already preserved the canonical gospels and letters centuries fact, the early Church leaders prior to .Few interpretive problems in eschatology test an interpreter’s skill like the doctrine of the resurrection of Israel.

The subject has been ignored by liberals and neo-orthodox theologians who have been more concerned with the question of whether resurrection is literal or not. Within such a context particular attention to Israel could hardly be expected.