23 edition of Cyril of Alexandria found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 242-254) and indexes.
|Statement||[translated by] Norman Russell.|
|Series||The early church fathers|
|Contributions||Russell, Norman, 1945-|
|LC Classifications||BR65.C952 E5 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|ISBN 10||0415182506, 0415182514|
|LC Control Number||99055830|
St. Cyril of Alexandria, Bishop and Doctor of the Church (June 27) Cyril was born at Alexandria, Egypt. He was nephew of the patriarch of that city, Theophilus. Cyril received a classical and theological education at Alexandria and was ordained by his uncle. He accompanied Theophilus to Constantinople in and was present at the Synod of the Oak that deposed John Chrysostom, whom he believed. St. Cyril of Alexandria Parish A welcoming community of faith in the Roman Catholic tradition. " We are a diverse community with Masses in English, Spanish and Polish. All are welcome to join us for worship, fellowship and service.
Cyril of Alexandria was born during the last quarter of the fourth century and died on J The first certain date of his life is , when he was present, as he himself says in Let at the so-called Synod of the Oak near Chalcedon, at which Theophilus, Patriarch of Alexandria, deposed John Chrysostom from the See of Constantinople. Cyril of Alexandria, select letters by Cyril Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Early works to , Theology; People: Cyril Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria (ca. ).
Cyril responded to what in his eyes was a heretical Christology, according to which Christ was divided into two sons, the divine Word and the man Jesus. Nestorius's teaching was condemned and Cyril's Second Letter to Nestorius canonized. In reception of council Author: Hans van Loon. Letters 1–50 (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 76) Saint Cyril of Alexandria ; Book; Published by: The Catholic University of America Press; Series: The Fathers of the Church: A New TranslationAuthor: John I. McEnerney.
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It is a great place to start for those seeking to know more about one of the greatest saints to ever grace the church/5(3). Cyril of Alexandria: Five Tomes Against Nestorius and Other Works (Chalcedonian Fathers) by Cyril of Alexandria and Jeffrey Pizzuto | out of 5 stars 2.
Cyril of Alexandria, Against Julian. Book 2 (beginning) Book II. We thought that it was by no means unjustified, that it was even useful and necessary to say before all what is the chronological sequence of the characters, and also what idea each has of God: therefore we have carried out with much precision the exposition of these details.
Looking for books Cyril of Alexandria book Cyril of Alexandria. See all books authored by Cyril of Alexandria, including Against Those Who Are Unwilling To Confess That The Holy Virgin Is Theotokos, and Commentary on the Twelve Prophets, Volume 2: St.
Cyril of Alexandria, and more on Nestorius put a division in Christ or a separation between His humanity and divinity whereas Cyril of Alexandria (who was the Bishop of It is not an interesting read or a book that grabs you and pulls you and you get absorbed in the reading but it is VERY GOOD for learning about the third ecumenical council (Ephesus, AD) and what transpired /5.
Cyril of Alexandria, Commentary on John, 48 (/) Book 1. HOLY FATHER CYRIL. Archbishop of Alexandria. BOOK I. [Introduction] Exact of a truth, and God-taught is the mind of the holy Evangelists, from the splendour of their power to behold, as from some lofty mountain-spur and watch-peak, on all sides observing what.
Commentary on John. Oxford Movement translation. Cyril of Alexandria, Commentary on John, 48 (/) Book 5. Cyril of Alexandria presents key selections of Cyril's writings in order to make his thought accessible to students.
The writings are all freshly translated and an extended introduction outlines Cyril's life and times, his scholastic method, his christology, his ecclesiology, his eucharistic doctrine, his spirituality, and his influence on the.
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Cyril of Alexandria books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. "As a ruler of the church of Alexandria and president of the Third Ecumenical Council ofCyril was one of the most powerful men of the fifth century and played a decisive role in the history of his times.
He was an important thinker who defined the concept of christological orthodoxy for the next two centuries. Cyril is also often regarded as an unscrupulous and power-hungry cleric who.
Cyril of Alexandria presents key selections of Cyril's writings in order to make his thought accessible to students. The writings are all freshly translated and an extended introduction outlines Cyril's life and times, his scholastic method, his christology, his ecclesiology, his eucharistic doctrine, his spirituality, and his influence on the.
LibriVox recording of Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 10 by Cyril of Alexandria. (Translated by Rev. Thomas Randell.) Read in English by A LibriVox Volunteer Book 10 of Commentary on St John's Gospel covers John - - Summary by The Reader.
Cyril of Alexandria was the leading voice of Nicene orthodoxy in the Christological controversies between Constantinople () and Chalcedon (). Assuming the mantle of the Cappadotian fathers, he answered the auguments of Nestorius who had changed the liturgy of Constantinople by altering the prayer which referred to Mary as the Mother of God.
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA FROM HIS SECOND BOOK AGAINST THE WORDS OF THEODORE 1 [Translated by P. Pusey] of which the beginning is. They who with clear eye of the understanding view closely the holy and God-inspired Scripture 2.
He said to His disciples, Call not any teacher on the earth, for one is your Leader, Christ. Cyril of Alexandria (Greek: Κύριλλος Ἀλεξανδρείας; c.
– ) was the Patriarch of Alexandria from to He was enthroned when the city was at the height of its influence and power within the Roman wrote extensively and was a leading protagonist in the Christological controversies of the later 4th and 5th centuries.
Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book 1 CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA (c. - ), translated by Rev. Philip Edward PUSEY (- ) and Rev. Thomas RANDELL (. -?) Cyril was a scholarly archbishop and a.
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LibriVox recording of Commentary on the Gospel of John, Book I by Cyril of Alexandria. (Translated by Rev. Philip Edward Pusey & Rev. Thomas Randell.) Read in English by Jonathan Lange & A LibriVox Volunteer Cyril was a scholarly archbishop and a prolific writer.
Saint Cyril of Alexandria, (born c. —died J ; Western feast day June 27; Eastern feast day June 9), Christian theologian and bishop active in the complex doctrinal struggles of the 5th century.
He is chiefly known for his campaign against Nestorius, bishop of Constantinople, whose views on Christ’s nature were to be declared heretical.
Cyril of Alexandria (ca. ), one of the most brilliant--if not vastly underrated--representatives of the Alexandrian theological tradition, is best known for championing the term 'Theotokos' (mother of God) in opposition to Nestorius of Constantinople.
Cyril's great Commentary on John, offered here in the Ancient Christian Text series in two volumes, predates the Nestorian controversy 5/5(1).CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA (c. - ), translated by Rev. Philip Edward PUSEY (- ) and Rev. Thomas RANDELL (-) Cyril was a scholarly archbishop and a prolific writer.
In the early years of his active life in the Church he wrote several exegetical documents. St. Cyril of Alexandria, the fifth century patriarch of Alexandria who was instrumental in defeating the Nestorian heresy, has not been treated kindly by history.
Secular historians might say they have treated Cyril no worse than he treated his own theological and political foes. Indeed, Cyril lived at a time when theological controversies—such the centuries-long [ ].