With his sons and those of the region determined to resist Antiochene
oppression, he led a growing guerrilla rebellion into the hill country north of Jerusalem.
As a possible foundation of inter-faith dialogue, Vassiliadis proposes the concept of the "economy of the Holy Spirit," introduced by the Antiochene
Metropolitan Georges Khodr as a complementary alternative to the "economy of the Word" in the missiological discussion.
The topics include the wisdom of Sirach and the glue of the Matthew-Didache tradition, riddle wrapped in an enigma: Pauline reception in the Antiochene
Acts of Ignatius, Melito of Sardis' Peri Pascha and its intertextuality, and reading martyrdom: intertextuality in the letter from Vienne and Lyons.
has given us what the title claims--a "critical edition" of the Scholia--it does not take long for a scholar to realize that an attentive reader must do more than absorb the volume's extensive introduction, which discusses the history of the text of the Apocalypse and its fate in Alexandrian and Antiochene
These categories brought Greek learning together with biblical exegesis in the Antiochene
tradition of Theodore of Mopsuestia.
41) Patriarch Ignatius IV of the Greek Antiochene
Church and Patriarch Ignatius Zakka Iwas of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch, "To All Our Children, Protected by God," November 12, 1991, in GA 111, pp.
Hence, the list of contrasts is astonishing; Paul and Barnabas had been a team commissioned by the Antiochene
Christology from the Council of Ephesus (431) to the Council of Chalcedon (451), Oxford, 2007, pp.
He is best known as an advocate of Antiochene
Christology, a position that involved him in intense debate and led finally to the condemnation of his Christological works at the Fifth Ecumenical Council.
His take on Theodore's interpretive project resonates with Frances Young's proposed characterization of Antiochene
exegesis as an "ikonic exegesis," which aimed to reflect the meaning of a text as a coherent whole.
Together they share 5 families of liturgical rites: the Byzantine Rite (14 churches); the Chaldean or East Syrian Rite (2 churches); the Alexandrian Rite (2 churches); the Antiochene
or West Syrian Rite (3 churches); and the Armenian Rite (1 church).
Emperor Justinian (527-565) sought friendship with the Monophysites by rejecting the Antiochene