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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
Letters of Origen By Origen
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Origen(184/185 – 253/254), 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... More > 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
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
De Principiis By Origen
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As a theologian, in De principiis (On First Principles), Origen articulated one of the first philosophical expositions of Christian doctrine. Having been educated in classical and philosophical... More > studies, some of his teachings were influenced by and engaged with aspects of Neo-Pythagorean, Neo-Platonist, and other strains of contemporary philosophical thought. An ordained priest in Palestine, he has left posterity numerous homilies on various books of the Bible.< Less
ORIGEN By John Wansor
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This series of works written by Origen Adamantius, in the third century when the Christian Church as still very Jewish in nature. The works precede the formal teachings of today, and the Bible that... More > we have today. He refers to may books that are lost and give a view of Christianity that is unique to his age.< Less
ORIGEN By John Wansor
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This series of works written by Origen Adamantius, in the third century when the Christian Church as still very Jewish in nature. The works precede the formal teachings of today, and the Bible that... More > we have today. He refers to may books that are lost and give a view of Christianity that is unique to his age.< Less
Origen on Prayer By Adamantius Origen
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Although it was written in the late first/early second century CE, today Origen on Prayer remains an influential text for believers on the practice, structure, and mindset of prayer. Early church... More > scholar and theologian Origen writes that prayer is the way in which humans can know and have discourse with God. He notes the many ways prayer is depicted in the Bible, and then tackles the argument that prayer is superfluous. He describes the four purposes of prayer: requests, prayers (praise), intercessions, and thanksgivings. Origen also performs an exegesis of the Lord's Prayer, and this in-depth look at each phrase of the prayer is a valuable resource for Christians old and new. Origen concludes with comments on the formalities of prayer, in which he describes the proper posture and state of mind for praying. Origen on Prayer is helpful for those who wish to know how to approach prayer and notable for its expert discussion of the Lord's Prayer. -Abby Zwart, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Origenes By Antonino Martinez
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Los Origenes - Cultura Para El Ser Humano ~ La Filosofia Inspira la Voluntad del Ser Humano. La historia del ser humano comienza con la estructura, este hecho deja la prehistoria dando paso al... More > desarrollo mental, que gracias a la evidencia, la cultura nos permite por la ciencia llegar a conclusiones por su forma de vida y comportamiento, en el luchar tras manadas salvajes, las que aprendió a su domesticación. Siendo la piedra su primera herramienta de trabajo, razón por la que se conoce con el nombre de Edad de Piedra, periodo inicial de la vida de hombre y se extendió por miles de años. La escritura fue clave en el desarrollo del ser humano.< Less
On Prayer By Origen Adamantius
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the author is Origen, or Origen Adamantius (184/185 – 253/254), was a scholar and theologian of early Christian interest in Alexandria, and one of the writers regarding the early Church. During... More > 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[4] especially among Restorationist Christian groups. His writings are included in the general collection of early Church Fathers. On prayer, a opuscolum reached us in full for its original form, which was sent by Origen to his friend Ambrose, who would later be imprisoned because of Faith.< Less
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