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Or·i·gen

 (ôr′ĭ-jĕn′, -jən, ŏr′-) ad185?-254?
Greek philosopher and theologian who reinterpreted Christian doctrine through Neoplatonist philosophy. His influential work was later condemned as unorthodox.
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Origen

(ˈɒrɪˌdʒɛn)
n
(Biography) ?185–?254 ad, Christian theologian, born in Alexandria. His writings include Hexapla, a synopsis of the Old Testament, Contra Celsum, a defence of Christianity, and De principiis, a statement of Christian theology
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Or•i•gen

(ˈɔr ɪˌdʒɛn, -dʒən, ˈɒr-)

n. (Origenes Admantius)
A.D. 185?–254?, Alexandrian writer and Christian theologian.
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(18.) Jerome, in his Epistle 124 (ad Avitum), and the early modern Jesuit Pierre-Daniel Huet, in Origenis in sacras scripturas commentaria (Rotterdam: loannis Berthelini, 1668) held that Origen's theology made the human spirit or mind consubstantial with God.
(104.) Sebastian Franck, Krieg Buchlin des Friedes (New York: Georg Olm Verlag, 1975 [reprint of sixteenth-century manuscript]), 3: "Item das dieser krieg wider all krieg und krieger nit mein ist, sonder furnemlich der heyligen Schrifft, Christi, seintr werbbotten, alten und newen Lerern der Kirchen, nemlich, Augustini, Ambrosii, Hieronymi, Cypriani, Bernardi, Tertuliani, Origenis, Gregorii ..."
En esta coleccion ha publicado los volumenes 1 y 2: Manlio SIMONETTI, Origenis Homiliae in Genesim= Omelie sulla Genesi, Roma 2002; Id., Origenis Homiliae in Exodum = Omelie sull'Esodo, Roma 2005.
(ed.), Origenis contra Celsum (= Cels.), Cerf, Paris, 1967-1976.
(48.) Rufinus, De adulteratione librorum Origenis, 1 (CCL 20, 8): "qui Patrem et Filium unius substantiae, quod Graece `homousion' dicitur, designavit."
Ergo, Jeronimo debera como sentencia condenatoria de Rufino, "traducir el libro de Origenes a partir del original y tal y como fue editado por su autor" (supra dictum librum Origenis ad fidem, quemadmodum ab ipso auctore editus est, tuo sermone manifestes, Bac I, p.
omnigenis Linc., Jac., H7517-18 oigenis H7519-22, H7525 oigenis H7524 origenis H7526.