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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Apologetics -- Early works to 1800

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementedited with a commentary on the text by Denis Minns and Paul Parvis.
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesOxford early Christian texts
ContributionsMinns, Denis., Parvis, P. M.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBR65.J82 A7413 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22853057M
ISBN 109780199542505
LC Control Number2008053081

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  He lived during the reign of Antonius Pius, and suffered martyrdom in the reign of Marcus Aurelius. Justin was not the first Christian apologist, but his writings are the earliest surviving of the Christian apologies. Many of his writings were lost. His Apologies and Dialogue with Trypho are genuinely his writings/5(11). Reading St. Justin Martyr's account of what the church was like, especially their beliefs about the Eucharist and its celebration as early as in his times really helped open my eyes. The book has a lot of footnotes that made the reading experience even richer. Lastly, the quality of the cover, binding, and paper are great. I hope my copy outlives by: 8. Justin Martyr (c) was one of the key apologists of the Early Church. Oxford Early Christian Texts presents a new critical edition of the Greek text of the Apologies with introduction, English translation, and textual s DenisMoreJustin Martyr (c) was one of the key apologists of the Early Church. Get this from a library! Justin, philosopher and martyr: Apologies. [Justin, Martyr Saint.; Denis Minns; P M Parvis] -- "Justin Martyr (c) was one of the key apologists of the Early Church. Oxford Early Christian Texts presents a new critical edition of the Greek text of the Apologies .

ThereisacuriousquestionconnectedwiththeApologiesofJustinwhichhavecomedownto us. EusebiusmentionstwoApologies, — one written in thereignof Antoninus Pius,the other. To get acquainted with Justin’s works, we recommend that a person read his First that end, we have published a highly readable, contemporary English translation of his First Apology in our book entitled, We Don’t Speak Great Things–We Live make Justin’s work even more reader friendly, we have re-arranged the paragraphs of his work so that they flow in a systematic. Justin Martyr (c) was one of the key apologists of the Early Church. Oxford Early Christian Texts presents a new critical edition of the Greek text of the Apologies with introduction, English translation, and textual commentary. Editors Denis Minns and Paul Parvis take a searching look at the text transmitted by the single fourteenth-century manuscript containing the works of Justin.4/5(1). Justin Martyr has 72 books on Goodreads with ratings. Justin Martyr’s most popular book is The First and Second Apologies (Ancient Christian Writers).

of results for Books: "justin martyr" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. The Apologies of Justin Martyr. by Justin Martyr, Anthony Horvath, et al. out of 5 stars Justin, Philosopher and Martyr: Apologies (Oxford Early Christian Texts) by Denis Minns and Paul Parvis | . The Holy Martyr Justin the Philosopher was born around at Sychem, an ancient city of Samaria. Justin’s parents were pagan Greeks. From his childhood the saint displayed intelligence, love for knowledge and a fervent devotion to the knowledge of Truth. When he came of age he studied the. Justin, Philosopher and Martyr: Apologies Minns, Denis and Paul Parvis, editors Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. viii + $ Series Information Oxford Early Christian Texts Description: Justin Martyr (c) was one of the key apologists of the Early Church. Oxford Early Christian Texts presents a new critical edition of. Justin Martyr The Dialogue with Trypho, along with the First and Second Apologies, is a second-century Christian apologetic text, usually agreed to be dated in between AD It is seen as documenting the attempts by theologian Justin Martyr to show that Christianity is the new law for all men, and to prove from Scripture that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah.