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Origen. Contra Celsus By john wansor
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This is an English translation of the Book Contra Celsus written in the third century AD. put into printed form for those of us who would rather read a book then a computer screen.
Origen. Contra Celsus By john wansor
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This is an English translation of the Book Contra Celsus written in the third century AD. put into printed form for those of us who would rather read a book then a computer screen.
Against Celsus (Contra Celsum) By Origen of Alexandria
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Origen’s great apologetical work was undertaken in answer to the attack on Christianity by the pagan philosopher Celsus. The text, which Origen composed to refute Celsus’s self-styled... More > "True Discourse," consists of eight books, and belongs to the latest years of his life. It has always been regarded as the great apologetic work of antiquity; and no one can peruse it without being struck by the multifarious reading, wonderful acuteness, and rare subtlety of mind that it displays. It well deserves the notice of the students of Apologetics and of Early Christianity in general.< Less
Origen Against Celsus By Origen
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Against Celsus, Greek Kata Kelsou, Latin Contra Celsum, is the title of a major work by the Church Father Origen of Alexandria, countering the writings of Celsus the Platonist. It was written in 248... More > AD. Origen was a scholar and theologian of early Christian interest in Alexandria, and one of the writers regarding the early Church. During the fifth and sixth centuries, his orthodoxy was questioned, largely because he believed in the pre-existence and transmigration of souls, and apokatastasis, or universal reconciliation, ideas which were discussed among some patristic writers but which were later rejected as heretical. The Council of Constantinople in 453 CE posthumously excommunicated Origen, and the 2nd Council of Constantinople in 553 CE declared apokatastasis as heresy. However, in recent years the idea has found some reconsideration especially among Restorationist Christian groups. His writings are included in the general collection of early Church Fathers.< Less
The Preparation for the Gospel By Eusebius
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The Evangelical Preparation, in fifteen books, is allowed on all hands to be a work of vast erudition. Like the Ecclesiastical History, it is eminently valuable on account of its containing large and... More > important fragments of the works of ancient authors which have long since perished; as also extracts from those which still remain, and which are lasting proofs of their being genuine. It is astonishing to see the prodigious number of heathen philosophers, historians, and theologians, whose opinions he has crowded together, and with what address he sets every man's sword against his fellow, till they mutually destroy each other. The grand object of the work, is to prove that the heathens had nothing excellent but what they borrowed from the Jewish writings, and that the Christians had acted the most rational. from Critica Biblica, Or, Depository of Sacred Literature Comprising Remarks on The Sacred Scriptures< Less
IN DEFENSE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT By Ian Diamond
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IN DEFENSE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT Being an examination of the contrast between the New Testament And the Sacred Name Doctrine. In the words of Gary Mink, “the New Testament is the nemesis to... More > the SN doctrine”.They say that Imaginary Evil Scribes (A term I have coined, referring to the evil scribes and copyists, here after rendered IESs) theoretically removed the Tetragramaton and other things from the New Testament.... In theory, the IESs were able to completely remove the tetragramaton, the Hebrew spelling of our Savior's name, and any arguments and teachings directly relating to the use of the divine name...Many in the SNM have posited the idea that the entire New Testament was first written in Hebrew and that the corruption took place at the time that it was translated into Greek. "Scholarship has proved that the New Testament was not written first in the Greek language" is one typical falsehood from Exploding the Inspired Greek New Testament Myth, by Jacob O Meyer.< Less
IN DEFENSE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT By Ian Diamond
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IN DEFENSE OF THE NEW TESTAMENT Being an examination of the contrast between the New Testament And the Sacred Name Doctrine. In the words of Gary Mink, “the New Testament is the nemesis to... More > the SN doctrine”.They say that Imaginary Evil Scribes (A term I have coined, referring to the evil scribes and copyists, here after rendered IESs) theoretically removed the Tetragramaton and other things from the New Testament.... In theory, the IESs were able to completely remove the tetragramaton, the Hebrew spelling of our Savior's name, and any arguments and teachings directly relating to the use of the divine name...Many in the SNM have posited the idea that the entire New Testament was first written in Hebrew and that the corruption took place at the time that it was translated into Greek. "Scholarship has proved that the New Testament was not written first in the Greek language" is one typical falsehood from Exploding the Inspired Greek New Testament Myth, by Jacob O Meyer.< Less
TURKEY 2014 By Jens Helmstedt
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The printed wall calendar "Turkey 2014" contains 13 selected motives from different regions in Turkey: (Cover) Sultan Ahmet Mosque in Istanbul, (1) Mount Nemrut in Southeastern Anatolia,... More > (2) Chalk Terraces Pamukkale, (3) Karian Tombs near Dalyan, (4) Mevlana Mausoleum in Konya, (5) Landscape near Beysehir, (6) Marina in Bodrum, (7) Celsus Library in Ephesus, (8) Mamure Castle in Anamur, (9) Uchisar in Cappadocia, (10) Göksu River, (11) Hasankeyf at Tigris River, (12) Harran in Southeastern Anatolia Calendar-size: 13,5 x 19 in (34,3 x 48,2 cm).< Less
The Works of Origen By Origen
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This collection has all of the following works: De Principiis Letters Origen Against Celsus Origen was a prolific writer in multiple branches of theology, including textual criticism, biblical... More > exegesis and hermeneutics, philosophical theology, preaching, and spirituality. Some of his teachings, however, quickly became controversial. Notably, he frequently referred to his hypothesis of the pre-existence of souls. As in the beginning all intelligent beings were united to God, Origen also held out the possibility, though he did not assert so definitively, that in the end all beings, perhaps even the arch-fiend Satan, would be reconciled to God in what is called the apokatastasis ("restitution"). Origen's views on the Trinity, in which he saw the Son of God as subordinate to God the Father, became controversial during the Arian controversy of the fourth century, though a subordinationist view was common among the ante-Nicene Fathers.< Less
Türkei 2014 By Jens Helmstedt
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Der gedruckte Foto-Wandkalender "Türkei 2014" im Format 34,3 x 48,2 cm enthält ausgewählte Fotografien aus verschiedenen Regionen der Türkei. Der Kalenderteil lässt... More > viel Platz für eigene Eintragungen wie Geburtstage und Termine und enthält die Feiertage für Deutschland. Bilder: (Cover) Sultan Ahmet Moschee in Istanbul, (1) Der Berg Nemrut in Südostanatolien, (2) Die Kalksteinterassen Pamukkale, (3) Karische Mausoleen bei Dalyan, (4) Mevlana Mausoleum in Konya, (5) Landschaft bei Beysehir (6) Marina in Bodrum, (7) Celsus Bibliothek in Ephesus, (8) Mamure Ritterburg in Anamur (9) Uchisar in Kappadokien, (10) Der Fluss Ermenek fliest bei Mut in den Göksu, (9) Tuffsteinlandschaft in Kappadokien, (10) Celsus Bibliothek in Ephesus, (11) Hasankeyf am Tigris, (12) Harran in Südostanatolien.< Less