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incarnation according to Marius Victorinus

William M. Hagan

incarnation according to Marius Victorinus

by William M. Hagan

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Published by Woodstock College Press in Woodstock, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Victorinus, Marius.,
  • Incarnation.

  • Edition Notes

    Excerpt of dissertation submitted to the Theological Faculty of Woodstock College in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Sacred Theology

    Statementby William M. Hagan.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p. ;
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18062849M

    For Victorinus, however, this substantia was pure esse (cf. Adv. Ar. II 4,23), and therefore designated the commonness of the Three Persons. It is thus used to designate Esse improperly, but the word Esse is used as the proper name of the Father” (Clark, Marius Victorinus: Theological Treatises on . The conversion of Victorinus, which took place before , was brought about, according to Augustine, through study of the Bible. A seeming reluctance at first to enroll himself in the Christian community was compensated for afterwards by his insistence on making his profession of faith as publicly as possible.

    genius but to a similar, if lesser, originality in Marius Victorinus, both perhaps unconsciously obeying a fundamental law of the development of dogma, according to which modernity and orthodoxy can only be combined or even severally attained through an exceptionally indepen dent originality of thought. I shall say little of Victorinus himself. Narratio and Exhortatio in Galatians According to Marius Victorinus Rhetor Article (PDF Available) in http //www extenza-eps com/WDG/loi/zntw 91(1) January with 53 Reads.

    ‘ The Adversus Arium of Marius Victorinus, the First Systematic Exposition of the Doctrine of the Trinity ’, JThS n.s. 1 (), 42– Henry, Paul. Plotin et L'Occident. Gaius Marius Victorinus - 18mm - g Gaius Marius Victorinus (also known as Victorinus Afer, fourth century) was a Roman grammarian, rhetorician and Neoplatonic philosopher. Victorinus was African by birth and experienced the height of his career during the reign of Constantius II.


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The Incarnation according to Marius Victorinus [William M Hagan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : William M Hagan. F.F. Bruce, “Marius Victorinus and His Works,” The Evangelical Quarterly 18 (): the number of illustrious men, and devotes the hundred and first chapter of his De Viris Illustribus to a brief account of him, of which we shall have more to say anon.

We know neither the year when Victorinus was born nor the year of his death, but we can say. Buy The Incarnation according to Marius Victorinus by William M Hagan (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : William M Hagan. According to Augustine, in his Confessions (Book 8, 2, ), Marius had a significant influence on Ambrose, and by extension, his student Augustine.

According to Augustine’s account of Victorinus’s conversion from paganism, Victorinus, originally from Africa, went to the Roman church to convert, where he seems to have enjoyed great prestige. Firmicus Maternus, Marius Victorinus, Saint Augustin et Macrobe by Paul Henry (Book) Porphyre et Victorinus by Pierre Hadot The Incarnation according to Marius Victorinus by William M Hagan (Book) Analecten zur geschichte der pädagogik by Friedrich August.

Gaius Marius Victorinus (also known as Victorinus Afer; fl. 4th century) was a Roman grammarian, rhetorician and Neoplatonic philosopher. Victorinus was African by birth and experienced the height of his career during the reign of Constantius incarnation according to Marius Victorinus book also known for translating two of Aristotle's books from ancient Greek into Latin: the Categories and On Interpretation (De Interpretatione).

(Called also VICTORINUS MARIUS, or MARIUS FABIUS VICTORINUS, and frequently referred to as VICTORINUS AFER.) A fourth-century grammarian, rhetorician, philosopher, and theologian, b.

in Africa about the year In pursuance of his profession as teacher of rhetoric he migrated to Rome where he attained such fame and popularity that in a statue was erected in his honour in the Forum of. Many Catholic and Eastern Orthodox apologists assert that Protestant doctrines such as "Faith Alone" are novelties.

However, this often comes at the cost of ignoring very plain statements of many men in the early Church. One interesting case of a theologian who argued in favor of sola fide is Marius Victorinus. A trained Neo-Platonist philosopher.

Information on Victorinus of Pettau. Claudio Moreschini writes, "Victorinus wrote commentaries on nine books of the Bible, which seem to have been chosen with the idea of studying the most famous of the historical (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus) and prophetic (Isaiah, Exekiel, Obadiah, Ecclesiastes, Song of Songs) books, and the Apocalypse.

One effect of Augustine's reading of the books of the Platonists was that. According to Augustine after his conversion, what accounts for humans being created in the image of God. This is how Augustine describes Marius Victorinus.

Who wrote Hortensius. Cicero. Marius Victorinus insists against his imagined Arian opponent Candidus that the divine image could in no way be of a different substance (homoiousios) than his source. While other images are different from the substances they image—they have a borrowed, derived, and secondary character—divine simplicity entails that in God, image and source are one.

Augustine, "Confessions" - As ch. 8 progresses, Augustine recounts the story of Marius Victorinus. One day Victorinus confided in his friend Simplicianus that he had become a Christian, but rather than receiving the praise that he had probably expected, Simplicianus told Victorinus that he wouldn't consider him a Christian until Voctorinus went to church.

Marius Victorinus. Marius Victorinus: (b. /; fl. ) Grammarian of African origin who taught rhetoric in Rome and translated works of Platonists. Inhe was honored with a statue in the Forum of Trajan. His conversion to the Christian faith (c. ), made a deep impression on Augustine.

French scholar Françoise Hudry has argued for the attribution to Marius Victorinus (fl. 4th century). According to others, the text would belong to a lost work by Aristotle, the De philosophia, known to medieval Europe through the Arab translators of the Toledo School.

3) The descent of the soul into the body according to Origen and Marius Victorinus: the exposition of line Eph. The pre-existence of souls is also dealt with in the 3rd study, which, too, is based on the interpretation of a New Testament line provided by both authors, namely Eph.

concerning the election of the saints before the creation. —Marius Victorinus, Adversus Arium IV In a period when it was unexceptional for Christian authors to interpret the central tenets of their religion with Greek philosophical thought and terminology, Gaius Marius Victorinus (born in the s)2 stands as an exceptional figure in the fourth-century Latin church in the level of philosophical.

This book, the first full-length study in English of Marius Victorinus the biblical exegete, presents the first English translation of his commentary on Galatians.

First published inThe Search for the Christian Doctrine of God is still considered by many scholars to be the finest work on the Arian Controversy. Examining scholarly works on the Controversy and many original texts, Professor Hanson, provides a clear understanding of how the traditional and historic doctrine of God as the Holy Trinity reached its most mature and enduring form.5/5(1).

Other articles where Marius Victorinus is discussed: Platonism: Patristic Platonism: the rhetorician and grammarian Marius Victorinus. A strong and simple Platonic theism and morality, which had a great influence in the Middle Ages, was nobly expressed in the final work of the last great philosopher-statesman of the ancient world, Boethius (c.

This was the De consolatione. Marius Victorinus: zur Philosophie in seinen theologischen Schriften by Matthias Baltes (Book) Die trinitarische Ausprägung der göttlichen Seinsfülle nach Marius Victorinus by Anton Ziegenaus (Book).

Victorinus explains that “there is no μὴ ὂν according to privation; but it is a kind of fiction to imagine, starting from existents, the privation of them, and this fiction has neither the subsistence nor the existence of things which do exist.” Marius Victorinus follows here the.

This is the first English translation of Marius Victorinus' commentary on Galatians. Analytical notes, full bibliography, and a lengthy introduction make this book a valuable resource for the study of the first Latin commentator on Paul.

No such comparable work exists in English; and this volume engages fully with German, French, and Italian.Victorinus, CAIUS MARIUS (called also VICTORINUS MARIUS, or MARIUS FABIUS VICTORINUS, and frequently referred to as VICTORINUS AFER), a fourth-century grammarian, rhetorician, philosopher, and theologian, b.

in Africa about the year In pursuance of his profession as teacher of rhetoric he migrated to Rome where he attained such fame and popularity that in a statue was erected in his.