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Missionary Monasticism In Marian England: John Feckenham And The Restoration Of Westminster Abbey, 1556-59, Barnaby Hughes Apr 2005

Missionary Monasticism In Marian England: John Feckenham And The Restoration Of Westminster Abbey, 1556-59, Barnaby Hughes

Barnaby Hughes

No abstract provided.


Mary And Isis, Lorin Geitner Dec 2004

Mary And Isis, Lorin Geitner

Lorin C. Geitner

An examination of the degree to which the modern conception of the Virgin Mary was affected and influenced by the cult of Isis.


The Reply Of Jesus To King Abgar: A Coptic New Testament Apocryphon Reconsidered (P. Mich. Inv. 6213), Kevin Sullivan, Terry Wilfong Dec 2004

The Reply Of Jesus To King Abgar: A Coptic New Testament Apocryphon Reconsidered (P. Mich. Inv. 6213), Kevin Sullivan, Terry Wilfong

Kevin P. Sullivan

P.Mich. inv. 6213, a Coptic papyrus in the University of Michigan collection, is a copy of the apocryphal letter by Jesus to king Abgar that is mentioned both in Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History and the Syriac Doctrine of Addai. This papyrus is distinctive among the many extant copies of the letter because it mimics the appearance of a documentary letter. The present article is intended to present a new edition of this papyrus, to argue for its use as a protective amulet, and to situate this papyrus and the larger Abgar legend in their early Christian context.


Martin Knutzen Philosophischer Beweis Von Der Wahrheit Der Christlichen Religion (1747), Ulrich Lehner Dec 2004

Martin Knutzen Philosophischer Beweis Von Der Wahrheit Der Christlichen Religion (1747), Ulrich Lehner

Ulrich L. Lehner

Review: This text, and the series it introduces, are of interest to Anglophone scholars on a number of grounds. Martin Knutzen (1713-51), although forgotten in Germany as well as in the west, was in his day a bright light of Ko¨nigsberg scholarship and bridged the period between the time when Halle Pietism was the dominant force in the scholarship of East Prussia and the Enlightenment of the later eighteenth century. That Immanuel Kant and Johann George Hamann (who referred to him as 'the famous Knutzen') were his pupils suggests clearly enough that he was man of substance; and the ...


Feminists And Paul In Romans 8:18-23 : Toward A Theology Of Creation, Sheila Mcginn Dec 2004

Feminists And Paul In Romans 8:18-23 : Toward A Theology Of Creation, Sheila Mcginn

Sheila E McGinn

No abstract provided.


Book Review Of History Of Biblical Interpretation: A Reader, By William Yarchin, John Reeve Dec 2004

Book Review Of History Of Biblical Interpretation: A Reader, By William Yarchin, John Reeve

John Reeve

No abstract provided.