7 edition of Philosophumena found in the catalog.
|Statement||formerly attributed to Origen, but now to Hippolytus, bishop and martyr, who flourished about 220 A.D. Translated from the text of Cruice, by F. Legge.|
|Series||Translations of Christian literature. Series I. Greek texts|
|Contributions||Legge, Francis, tr., Origen|
|LC Classifications||BR45.T6 H5|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||23010332|
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Philosophumena; or, The refutation of all heresies, formerly attributed to Origen, but now to Hippolytus, bishop and martyr, who flourished about A.D. Translated from the text of Cruice Item PreviewPages: Page - The object of this Series is to provide short, cheap, and handy textbooks for students, either working by Philosophumena book or in classes.
The aim is to furnish in translations important texts unencumbered by commentary or elaborate notes, which can be had in larger works. Refutation of All Heresies. BOOK 2 Missing BOOK 3 Missing BOOK 4 BOOK 5 BOOK 6 BOOK 7 BOOK 8 BOOK 9 BOOK About this page.
Source. Translated by J.H. MacMahon. From Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. Edited by Alexander Roberts, James Donaldson, and A. Cleveland Coxe. (Buffalo, NY: Christian Literature Publishing Co., THE story of the discovery of the book here translated so resembles a romance as to appear like a flower in the dry and dusty field of patristic lore.
A short treatise called Philosophumena, or “Philosophizings,” had long been known, four early copies of it being in existence in the Papal and other libraries of Rome, Florence and : Hippolytus of Rome, Aeterna Press. Philosophumena [Hippolytus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Full text of "Philosophumena; or, The refutation of all heresies, formerly attributed to Origen, but now to Hippolytus, bishop and martyr, who flourished about A.D. Translated from the text of Cruice" See other formats. Contents. The following are the contents of the fifth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: —.
What the assertions are of the Naasseni, who style themselves Gnostics, and that they advance those opinions which the Philosophers of the Greeks previously propounded, as well as those who have handed down mystical (), from (both of) whom the Naasseni taking occasion, have.
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