THE USE OF LITERATURE IN THE CONFLICT ET by Howard Bream and Robert L.
Wilken Preservation of the Literature Problem of Identifying Polemical Literature 147-148 The Evidence from Eusebius and His Special Pleading for "Orthodox" Literature 149-158 The Problem of Forgery, Falsification, and Public Exposure 158-168 Significance and Influence of Literature 168-169 Concentration of Anti-heretical Literature in the Western Areas, and Paucity of Non-orthodox Polemical Literature 170-173 Types of Literature (etc.) Used 173-190 Relative Numerical Strength of Orthodoxy and Heresy 190-194 9.
THE OLD TESTAMENT, THE LORD, AND THE APOSTLES ET by Paul J. O'Rourke Centrality of Rome for Christian "Orthodoxy" and Its Victorious Expansion Eastward 229-232 Early Resistance to Christianity in the East and the Course of the Pauline Mission 232-235 Flexibility, Recalcitrance, and Syncretism: The Situation that Paved the Way for Roman Orthodoxy 235-240 Reviews and Notices of the Original Edition: Continental Protestant, English Language, Roman Catholic, Synthetic Summary of the Reviewers' Comments 286-297 Turner's Reply to Bauer 297-302 General Influence of the Book 302-303 Ehrhardt's Positive Appraisal 303-306 Contemporary German Scholarship 306-310 Summary and Prospectus 310-316 Comprehensive Index 317 In earliest Christianity, orthodoxy and heresy do not stand in relation to one another as primary to secondary, but in many regions heresy is the original manifestation of Christianity.
The unfavorable political situation was, above all, responsible for denying the book a wider influence. Bauer is known far less for being the pioneer of the approach to church history presented herein than as the author of the A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature: a Translation and Adaptation of Walter Bauer's Griechisch-Deutsches Wörterbuch zu den Schriften des Neuen Testaments und der übrigen urchristlichen Literatur, fourth revised and augmented edition, 1952 Just a few weeks before his unexpected death on 17 November, 1960, Walter Bauer had learned of the proposed new edition and, with kind words, expressed agreement with the plan and with the person of the reviser.
The task that faced the undersigned Apart from these additions, the text of the work has remained unchanged -- it was even possible to retain the same pagination.
Secondly, it was necessary to deal with the current state of the discussion.
This task is undertaken in a double appendix, so as not to infringe upon the character of the original work.
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English Translation edited and supplemented by Robert A.Kraft and Gerhard Kroedel with a team from the Philadelphia Seminar on Christian Origins [Copyright Fortress Press, Philadelphia, 1971] Updated Electronic English Edition by Robert A. Kraft, 10 April 1993] Codes for electronic version: General History since Alexander the Great 1-2 Earliest Christianity There: Sources and Their Value Eusebius and the Abgar Legend 2-12 Edessene Chronicle to the Fourth Century 12-17 Reconstruction of Earliest Christian History "Orthodoxy" before Kûnê in the Fourth Century (Palût) 17-22 Predecessors and Competitors of Palûtian Christianity: Marcion, Bardesanes, Mani, and Their Literature ( 49-53 Establishment of Ecclesiastical Christianity under Demetrius and His Successors 53-56 The Half-century before the Victory of Demetrius: Origen and Clement of Alexandria 56-60 3.IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH AND POLYCARP OF SMYRNA; MACEDONIA AND CRETE ET by Gerhard Krodel Ignatius and the Monepiscopate: 61-63 The Situation in Christian Antioch 63-66 and among His Addressees in Asia Minor 66-69 Polycarp, Smyrna, and Philippi 69-74 Thessalonica 74-76 Crete (based on Dionysius of Corinth) 76 4.ASIA MINOR PRIOR TO IGNATIUS ET by Gerhard Krodel The Addressees in Rev.I-3, Ignatius, and I Peter 77-83 Ephesus and Western Asia Minor, and Jewish Christian Influence There 83-89 Other Anti-Heretical New Testament Writings: Jude, 2 Peter, Pastorals (and Pliny), 1-3 John 89-94 5.ROME AND CHRISTIANITY OUTSIDE OF ROME ET by Stephen Benko Rome's Appeal to Apostles, Especially Peter, 111-118 and to Apostolic Succession 118-121 Roman Influence through Teaching and Material Assistance 121-124 Roman-Corinthian Opportunism and Adaptability 124-129 7.