Irenaeus of Lyons.

Eric Osborn's book presents a major study of Irenaeus (125-200), bishop of Lyons.

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Main Author: Osborn, Eric.
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Language:English
Published: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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505 0 |a Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- REFERENCES TO IRENAEUS -- CHAPTER 1 Irenaeus: argument and imagery -- 1.1 LIFE AND WORK -- 1.2 IRENAEUS PHILOSOPHUS? -- 1.3 THE UNEXPECTED JUNGLE -- 1.4 SOURCE CRITICISM AND CONCEPTUAL BANKRUPTCY -- 1.5 CONTENT, CONTOUR AND CONFLICT -- 1.6 TRUTH AND BEAUTY: THE TWO CRITERIA -- 1.7 THE FOUR CONCEPTS -- 1.8 ARGUMENT AND IMAGES -- PART I Divine Intellect -- CHAPTER 2 One God: Intellect and love -- 2.1 ATTRIBUTES OF GOD: FROM OPULENCE TO OMNIPRESENCE -- 2.2 METAPHYSIC OF MIND -- 2.3 DIVINE INTELLECT IN IRENAEUS -- Indivisibility and simultaneity -- Sovereignty and homogeneity -- Entirety and identity -- Finality and generosity of the divine economy -- 2.4 PLOTINUS -- 2.5 KNOWLEDGE, LOVE AND UNITY OF THE DIVINE INTELLECT -- PART II Economy -- CHAPTER 3 One creator: ut sapiens architectus et maximus rex -- 3.1 TWO ANALOGIES - WISE ARCHITECT AND SOVEREIGN KING -- 3.2.1 SOVEREIGN KING -- 3.2.2 ENCLOSING, NOT ENCLOSED -- 3.2.3 ONE CREATOR, NO REGRESS -- 3.3.1 WISE ARCHITECT - WORD AND PLAN -- 3.3.2 WISE ARCHITECT - THE CONFIGURATION OF CREATED THINGS -- 3.4 PLOTINUS' ARGUMENT FOR A GOOD CREATOR -- 3.5 GOD NEEDS NOTHING -- 3.6.1 CREATIO EX NIHILO: CONCEPT WITHOUT FORMULA (JUSTIN) -- 3.6.2 CREATIO EX NIHILO: FORMULA WITHOUT CONCEPT (BASILIDES) -- 3.6.3 CREATIO EX NIHILO: FORMULA AND CONCEPT (IRENAEUS) -- 3.7 IMMEDIACY -- CHAPTER 4 Economy: God as architect of time -- 4.1 ECONOMY AND DIVINE ARCHITECT -- 4.2.1 ECONOMY AS ACCUSTOMING -- 4.2.2 ECONOMY AS PROGRESSIVE REVELATION -- 4.2.3 ECONOMY AS THE ASCENT OF MAN -- 4.2.4 ECONOMY AS POLEMIC: HISTORY AS KNOWLEDGE -- 4.3 TRINITY AND THE HANDS OF GOD -- 4.4 RIVER AND MOVEMENT -- PART III Recapitulation -- CHAPTER 5 Recapitulation: correction and perfection -- 5.1 RECAPITULATION, A COMPLEX CONCEPT -- 5.2 CORRECTION. 
505 8 |a Obedience -- Liberation from slavery -- Salvation from corruption -- Reconciliation through the cross -- 5.3.1 PERFECTION OF BEING -- The perfect being of Christ is exclusive -- The perfect being of Christ is inclusive -- How does perfect being achieve mankind's salvation? -- 5.3.2 JOY IN TRUTH -- PERFECTION OF TRUTH -- Truth is exclusive -- Truth is inclusive -- 5.3.3 PERFECTION OF GOODNESS -- 5.4.1 CHRISTOLOGY: TWO ADAMS -- 5.4.2 WORD OF GOD -- 5.4.3 ONE MEDIATOR -- 5.4.4 FATHER AND SON -- 5.4.5 THE NAME -- 5.5 THE TOTALITY OF RECAPITULATION -- CHAPTER 6 Recapitulation: inauguration and consummation -- 6.1.1 INAUGURATION OF NEW LIFE -- 6.1.2 LIFE THROUGH THE CROSS -- 6.2.1 CHRIST AS HEAD AND CORNERSTONE -- 6.2.2 THE UNITY OF THE CHURCH -- 6.3 THE ECONOMY OF APOSTOLIC TRUTH -- 6.4 NEW WAY OF LIFE -- 6.5 BAPTISM, EUCHARIST AND MINISTRY -- 6.6.1 CONSUMMATION: ONE GOD ALONE WILL REIGN -- 6.6.2 WHEN CHRIST SHALL COME AGAIN -- 6.6.3 RESURRECTION -- 6.6.4 COMMUNION AND SEPARATION -- 6.6.5 ANTICHRIST AND CHILIASM -- PART IV Participation -- CHAPTER 7 Logic and the rule of truth: participation in truth -- 7.1 CANON AND CRITERION -- 7.2 COMPENDIUM OF TRUTH -- 7.3 CHARISMA AND TRUTH -- 7.4 WHAT DOES THE RULE SAY? -- 7.5 CONVERSION, RECOVERY OF REASON, FAITH AND SIGHT -- 7.6.1 HERESY -- 7.6.2 CONTEMPORARY ASSESSMENT -- 7.6.3 SOPHISTRY -- 7.7 PARODY: THEOLOGY FOR HORSES -- 7.8 CONSONANTIA -- CHAPTER 8 Scripture as mind and will of God: participation in truth -- 8.1.1 FROM PROPHETIC SPIRIT TO ETERNAL WORD -- Prophetic spirit -- Word of God -- Word of men -- Words of Jesus -- 8.1.2 MIND AND WILL OF GOD -- 8.1.3 PROPHECY: FROM PREDICTION TO PRESENCE -- 8.1.4 A REBIRTH OF IMAGES -- 8.2.1 THE UNITY AND TRUTH OF SCRIPTURE -- 8.2.2 SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION -- 8.2.3 PRINCIPLES OF INTERPRETATION -- 8.4 IMAGES OF THE ECONOMY: THE FOUR GOSPELS. 
505 8 |a 8.5.1 FORMATION OF THE CHRISTIAN BIBLE -- 8.5.2 CANON OF SCRIPTURE -- 8.6.1 TYPOLOGY AND TRUTH -- 8.6.2 TYPOLOGY AND ECONOMY -- 8.7 JOHN -- 8.8 PAUL -- CHAPTER 9 Aesthetics: participation in beauty -- 9.1 PERSISTENCE OF AESTHETICS -- 9.2 A THEOLOGICAL AESTHETIC? -- 9.3 ART AND AESTHETICS IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY -- 9.4 MANIFESTATION, VISION AND PARTICIPATION -- 9.5.1 GLORY -- 9.5.2 CRITICISM AND DIFFICULTIES -- 9.6 THE LIMITS OF BEAUTY -- CHAPTER 10 Human growth from creation to resurrection: participation in life -- 10.1.1 IMAGE AND LIKENESS: THE PUZZLE -- 10.1.2 IMAGE AND LIKENESS: INSEPARABLE CONJUNCTION -- 10.1.3 IMAGE AND LIKENESS: DISJUNCTION -- 10.1.4 SOLUTIONS TO THE PROBLEM: FANTINO AND SESBÜÉ -- 10.2.1 SIN AND FALL, ORIGINAL SIN -- 10.2.2 PERFECTION OF ADAM -- 10.3.1 UNITY OF MAN AS BODY, SOUL AND SPIRIT -- 10.3.2 BREATH OF LIFE -- 10.4.1 SPIRIT TRANSFORMS FLESH INTO INCORRUPTION -- 10.4.2 STRENGTH MADE PERFECT IN WEAKNESS -- 10.4.3 FLESH AND GLORY -- 10.5 GROWTH THROUGH PARTICIPATION -- CHAPTER 11 Goodness and truth: ethics of participation -- 11.1.1 FREE WILL AND FREEDOM -- 11.1.2 HORIZONS OF FREEDOM -- 11.2.1 LOVE OF TRUTH -- 11.2.2 LOVE AND NATURAL LAW -- 11.2.3 LUSTS OF THE FLESH -- 11.3 MARTYRDOM -- 11.4 ETHICS AND PARTICIPATION -- 11.5 LOVE OF ENEMIES AS CRUX OF RECAPITULATION -- PART V Conclusion -- CHAPTER 12 The glory of God and man -- 12.1 HUMANISM: SAVING THE SELF -- 12.2 TWO CRITERIA: ARGUMENT AND IMAGERY -- 12.3.1 OPTIMISM AND GROWTH THROUGH PARTICIPATION -- 12.3.2 PARTICIPATION AND EXCHANGE -- 12.4 THE IMMEDIACY OF GOD -- Appendix: Gnosticism -- GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS -- SCHOOLS OF PHILOSOPHY? -- WAS VALENTINUS A GNOSTIC? -- IRENAEUS' ACCOUNT OF VALENTINIAN GNOSTICISM (1 . 1 -8 ) -- (a) The first principle and first emanations -- (b) The passion of Sophia and the new emanations -- (c) The formation of Achamoth. 
505 8 |a (d) Three substances -- (e) Creation of the cosmos -- (f) The Christ and the consummation -- Select bibliography -- TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS -- REFERENCE WORKS -- Citations from Irenaeus -- Citations from the bible -- Index of classical authors -- Index of patristic authors -- General index. 
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