Apologists and Athens Early Christianity Meets Ancient Greek Thinking

Apologists and Athens Early Christianity Meets Ancient Greek Thinking

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Apologists and Athens Early Christianity Meets Ancient Greek Thinking. Ed. Gunnar af Hällström
Suomen Ateenan-instituutin säätiö - Stiftelsen för Finlands Atheninstitut
Papers and Monographs of the Finnish Institute at Athens XXV
Athens 2020, 166 pp.

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Presents the following articles: Karin Blomqvist, Reading, Learning and Discussing. Being a Student at Athens in the Early Roman Empire; Sven-Olav Back, On the Areopagus Speech and its Reception in Second-Century Apologetics; Jerker Blomqvist, Apologetics and Rhetoric in the Ad Diognetum; Dimitrios Karadimas, Justin's Dialogue with Trypho Revisited: Philosophy, Rhetoric and the Defence of the Christian Faith; Anni Maria Laato, The Trophy and the Unicorn - Two Images of the Cross of Christ in Justin Martyr's Texts, with Special Regard to Reception History; Nicu Dumitrascu, Reconsidering Anthropology: A Note on Soul and Body in the Thinking of Justin Martyr; Anders-Christian Jacobsen, What has Athenagoras to do with Athens? A Geography of Athenagoras’ Life and Thought; Pablo Argárate, The Doctrine of God in Athenagoras 'Legatio; Serafim Seppälä, Aristides and Athenagoras of Athens on Angels: From Christian-Jewish Polemics towards Universalism; Gunnar af Hällström, Providence (Pronoia) in the Early Apologists and Creeds; Aspasia Kaloudi, The Characteristics of Greek Religion According to Origen’s Contra Celsum.

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ISBN 978-952-68500-5-4
ISSN 1237-2684