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An account of the life and writings of S. Irenæus

James Beaven

An account of the life and writings of S. Irenæus

by James Beaven

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Published by Printed for the author, & sold by J. G. F. & J. Rivington in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gnosticism,
  • Doctrinal Theology,
  • History

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR1720.I7 B4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25527157M
    LC Control Number37029669

    Irenæus states that this Gospel was the latest written of the four: which, as he places Mark’s and Luke’s after the deaths of Peter and Paul (but see Prolegg. to Luke, § iv.), would bring us to a similar date with that pointed out in the preceding paragraph (16). From: Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. 1. Edited by Alexander Roberts. BOOK I. PREFACE. 1. INASMUCH(1) as certain men have set the truth aside, and bring in lying words and vain genealogies, which, as the apostle says,(2) "minister questions rather than godly edifying which is in faith," and by means of their craftily-constructed plausibilities draw away the minds of the inexperienced and take them.

    The account is taken from the third book of Irenæus’ work Against Heresies, and is as follows: 3. “But Polycarp also was not only instructed by the apostles, and acquainted with many that had seen Christ, but was also appointed by apostles in Asia bishop of the church of Smyrna. Irenæus, who learned of one who had been intimate with John and who wrote near the middle of the second century, affirms that he was the author. It is credited to John in the canon of Muratori, the first catalogue of the New Testament writings, written A. D.

    NPNF Eusebius Pamphilius: Church History, Life of Constantine, Oration in Praise of Constantine by Eusebius Pamphilius. This document has been generated from XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) source with RenderX XEP Formatter, version Client Academic. Irenæus, in speaking of his own personal recollections, gives us Polycarp’s own account of that which he had heard from the lips of St. John and other disciples of our Lord, and expressly adds that all these words agree with Scripture. But let us hear his own words, as contained in a letter to Florinus.


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Irenaeus (/ ɪr ɪ ˈ n eɪ ə s /; Greek: Εἰρηναῖος Eirēnaios; c. – c. AD) was a Greek bishop noted for his role in guiding and expanding Christian communities in what is now the south of France and, more widely, for the development of Christian theology by combating heresy and defining ating from Smyrna, now Izmir in Turkey, he had seen and heard the Era: Patristic age.

Irenaeus: Against Heresies From: Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. Edited by Alexander Roberts BOOK III. faithfully and strenuously shalt thou resist them in defence of the only true and life-giving faith, which the Church has received from the apostles and imparted to her sons.

For the Lord of all on account of its pre- eminent authority,(3 File Size: KB. Chapter XX.— The Writings of Irenæus against the Schismatics at Rome.

Irenæus On Irenæus, see Bk. chap. 21, note 9. wrote several letters against those who were disturbing the sound ordinance of the Church at Rome. One of them was to Blastus On Schism; Eusebius, in chap. 15, informs us that both Blastus and Florinus drew many away from the church of Rome by.

For a full account of their history, see Stieren's edition of Irenæus, vol. [But, in all candor, let Pfaff himself be heard. His little work is full of learning, and I have long possessed it as a treasure to which I often recur. Pfaff's Irenæi Fragmenta was published at The Hague, ] [] 1 Cor.

[] 1 Pet. Irenaeus, undisputedly the most important theologian of the second century, laid a firmer foundation for all future Christian thinkers.

Both in his work, Against the Heresies and in this present study, Demonstration of the Apostolic Preaching, St. Irenaeus explains that there is but one God, made known to the human race by his one Son, Jesus Christ, through the one/5. Buy The Writings of Irenæus by Saint Irenæus, Aeterna Press (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(4). Book IPreface. Inasmuch as certain men have set the truth aside, and bring in lying words and vain genealogies, which, as the apostle says, "minister questions rather than godly edifying which is in faith," and by means of their craftily-constructed plausibilities draw away the minds of the inexperienced and take them captive, [I have felt constrained, my dear friend, to compose the.

The Moscow ms. of the Martyrium Polycarpi states that Irenæus was in Rome at the time of Polycarp’s martyrdom ( or a.d.), and appeals for its authority to a statement in Irenæus’ own writings, which does not exist in any extant work, but may have been taken from an authentic work now lost (cf.

Gebhardt, in the Zeitschrift für die. Chapter The Writings of Irenæus against the Schismatics at Rome. Irenæus wrote several letters against those who were disturbing the sound ordinance of the Church at Rome.

One of them was to Blastus On Schism; another to Florinus On Monarchy, or That God is not the Author of Evil. For Florinus seemed to be defending this opinion. In Against Heresies, Irenaeus also quotes from every New Testament book except 3 John, so it is an important document to show the ancient church’s acceptance of New Testament Scripture.

However, Against Heresies also refers to The Shepherd of Hermas as “Scripture” and treats the book of 1 Clement as authoritative.

Still, in Irenaeus we. Returning to Lyons, our author found that the venerable Pothinus had closed his holy career by a martyr's death; and naturally Irenaeus became his successor.

When the emissaries of heresy followed him, and began to disseminate their licentious practices and-foolish doctrines by the aid of "silly women," the great work of his life began. The standard edition of Clement's works is that of Potter, Oxford,in two vols.

(reprinted in Migne's Patr. Gr., Vols. VIII. and IX.). Complete English translation in the Ante-Nicene Fathers, Amer. ed., Vol. On his writings, see especially Westcott's article in the Dict.

of Christ. Irenaeus' writings against heretics shows that there were many heretics who held views of God that they could not have possibly gotten from the Bible--essentially the views of the followers or Simon Magus and others like Valentinus that were later termed "gnostics".

Apparently as far as Irenaeus was concerned, these were the important heresies. An Account of the Life and Writings of S. Irenæus, Bishop of Lyons and Martyr: Intended to Illustrate the Doctrine, Discipline, Practices, and History of the Church, and the Tenets and Practices of the Gnostic Heretics During the Second Century, by James Beaven (Gutenberg ebook) The Gnostic Crucifixion, by G.

R. S. Mead (Gutenberg ebook).McGiffert's Notes to Bk. 3 Chap. 3. 1. The testimony of tradition is unanimous for the authenticity of the first Epistle of Peter.

It was known to Clement of Rome, Polycarp, Papias, Hermas, &c. (the Muratorian Fragment, however, omits it), and was cited under the name of Peter by Irenæus, Tertullian, and Clement of Alexandria, from whose time its canonicity and Petrine authorship were.Fragments from the Lost Writings of Irenæus.

Bible and more — all for only $ 1. I adjure you, who shall transcribe this book, by our Lord Jesus Christ, and by His glorious appearing, when He comes to judge the and his coming in — his general mode of life and personal appearance, together with the discourses which he.