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Patristic Studies in the Twenty-First Century
Proceedings of an International Conference to Mark the 50th Anniversary of the International Association of Patristic Studies

C. Harrison, B. Bitton-Ashkelony, T. De Bruyn (eds.)
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650 p., 6 b/w ill. + 12 colour ill., 156 x 234 mm, 2015
ISBN: 978-2-503-55919-3
Languages: English, French, Spanish
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An overview of the state of Patristic studies world-wide, in the twenty-first century: its relevance and contribution to the fields of religious culture, traditions, literature, art, archaeology and theology.

To mark the fiftieth anniversary of its inception, the International Association of Patristic Studies, in collaboration with the Center for the Study of Christianity in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, convened an international conference in Jerusalem on 25th – 27th June,  2013.  The theme of the conference was the state of patristic studies in the twenty-first century, focusing on the implications of the various settings and interests of patristic studies for the future of the field.

The collected proceedings include an overview of the current state of patristic studies around the world, with presentations from leading researchers from Eastern and Western Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and Australia, as well as plenary lectures and shorter papers on six designated themes which demonstrate the interdisciplinary relevance and contribution of Patristics: Patristics and the Confluence of Jewish, Christian and Muslim Cultures;  Patristics Between Eastern and Western Christian Traditions; Patristics and Theology; Patristics, Literature and the Histories of the Book; Patristics and Art; Patristics and Archaeology.

Table of Contents

Carol Harrison - Theodore de Bruyn
Introduction
KEYNOTE
Susan Ashbrook Harvey, Patristic Worlds

OVERVIEW OF PATRISTIC STUDIES

Martin Wallraff, Whose Fathers? An Overview of Patristic Studies in Europe

Marcin R. Wysocki, Between Western and Eastern Traditions: Polish Patristic Studies after World War II

Dennis Trout, The State of Patristics in North America

Francisco García Bazán, Los estudios patrísticos en Sudamérica y el Caribe

Satoshi Toda, Patristic Studies in Japan

Bronwen Neil, Patristics in Australia: Current Status and Future Potential

Michel Willy Libambu, La contribution des études patristiques à la théologie africaine : L’étude des Pères de l’Église à l’école théologique de Kinshasa (1957-2013)

Adolph Martin Ritter, The Origins of AIEP 195

Angelo Di Berardino, The Development of the AIEP/IAPS

Jean-Noël Guinot, Éditer et traduire les écrits des Pères dans Sources Chrétiennes : regard sur soixante-dix ans d’activité éditoriale

PATRISTICS AND THE CONFLUENCE OF JEWISH, CHRISTIAN, AND MUSLIM CULTURES

Averil Cameron, Patristic Studies and the Emergence of Islam

Emanuel Fiano, The Construction of Ancient Jewish Christianity in the Twentieth Century: The Cases of Hans-Joachim Schoeps and Jean Daniélou

Timothy Pettipiece, Manichaeism at the Crossroads of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Traditions

PATRISTICS BETWEEN EASTERN AND WESTERN CHRISTIAN TRADITIONS

Columba Stewart osb, Patristics beyond ‘East’ and ‘West’

Barbara Crostini, A Meeting-Point between East and West: Hesychius of Jerusalem and the Interpretation of the Psalter in Byzantium

PATRISTICS AND THEOLOGY

Christoph Markschies, Patristics and Theology: From Concordance and Conflict to Competition and Collaboration?

Lenka Karfíková, The Fifth Theological Oration of Gregory Nazianzen and the Historical Contingency of Revelation

Eimhin Walsh, Formation from the Fathers: The Place of Patristics in the Theological Education of Clergy

Reuven Kiperwasser - Serge Ruzer, Syriac Christians and Babylonian Jewery: Narratives and Identity Shaping in a Multi-Religious Setting

PATRISTICS, LITERATURE, AND HISTORIES OF THE BOOK

Mark Vessey, ‘La patristique, c’est autre chose’: André Mandouze, Peter Brown, and the Avocations of Patristics as a Philological Science

Dominique Côté, Les ‘Pseudo-Clémentines’ et le choix du roman grec

Tina Dolidze, Patristics – as Reflected in Georgian Spiritual and Intellectual History

Yonatan Moss, The Rise and Function of the Holy Text in Late Antiquity: Severus of Antioch, the Babylonian Talmud, and Beyond

PATRISTICS AND ART

Robin M. Jensen, Integrating Material and Visual Evidence into Early Christian Studies: Approaches, Benefits, and Potential Problems

Anne Karahan, Patristics and Byzantine Meta-Images: Molding Belief in the Divine from Written to Painted Theology

PATRISTICS AND ARCHAEOLOGY

Bernard J. Mulholland, Identification of Early Byzantine Constantinopolitan, Syrian, and Roman Church Plans in the Levant and Some Possible Consequences

Eirini Panou, The Church of Mary in the Probatic Pool and the Haghiasmata of Constantinople

Interest Classification:
Religion (including History of Religion) & Theology
Christian devotion & forms of religious expression

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