Studia Patristica. Vol. LI Друк

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Table of Contents

I. THE FIRST TWO CENTURIES

Taras Khomych, Leuven/Lviv
Perfection in the Didache: Ethical Objective or Eschatological Hope?
Jan M. Kozlowski, Warsaw
Polycarp as a Christian Gymnosophist

II. THE THIRD CENTURY

Oleh Kindiy, Lviv
The Christological Notion of Diakonos in Clement of Alexandria
Oleksandra Vakula, Lviv
Spiritual Progress and a Disciple of Christ as a Model of the Perfect Christian in Origen

III. THE FOURTH CENTURY

Dariusz Zagorski, Toruri
The Model of the Perfect Christian in the Writings of Gregory of Nazianzus
Sebastian P. Brock, Oxford
Some Paths to Perfection in the Syriac Fathers
Boudewijn Dehandschutter, Leuven
On the Way to Perfection: 'Lust' as a Factor in Early Christian Anthro­pology. With an Outlook on the Syrian Fathers

IV. THE FIFTH CENTURY

Marcela Andokova, Bratislava
Tolera infirmitatem, si desideras perfectionem: The Notion of tolerantia in Relation to Christian Perfection in Augustine's Sermones ad populum
Krzysztof Tyburowski, Cracow
Ieiunium and eleemosyna I charitas as Important Elements on the Christian's Way to Perfection according to the Sermons of St Leo the Great
Mariya Horyacha, Leuven
The Image of the Perfect Christian in the Writings of Pseudo-Macarius  

V. WRITERS FROM THE SIXTH CENTURY ONWARDS

George C. Berthold, Manchester NH
Free Will as a Partner of Nature: Maximus the Confessor on the Our Father
Thomas Cattoi, Berkeley
Salvific Asymmetry: Anhypostasy and Icon Veneration in Theodore the Studite's Antirrhetici
Herman Teule, Leuven/Nijmegen
The Idea of Perfection in the Spiritual Works of Gregory Barhebraeus (1226-1286)
Dimitry Makarov, Yekaterinburg
Some Notes on the Notions of Synergy and Interpenetration in Theophanes of Nicaea

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