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Irenaeus gegen die Häretiker


<i>Elenchos kai anatrope tes pseudonomou gnoseos</i>; Buch IV und V in armenischer Version


This work presents the Armenian version of second-century Irenaeus of Lyon's last two books on heresies.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-514-6
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 7,2012
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 274
Languages: German, Armenian
ISBN: 978-1-61143-514-6
$96.00
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This work presents the Armenian version of second-century Irenaeus of Lyon's last two books on heresies; it was originally discovered by an Armenian bishop in Persia, and here edited by an Armenian scholar. Irenaeus gegen die Häretiker deals with the unity of Jesus and the Father, the unity of the Old and New Testaments, the falsehood of the extended hierarchies of the Gnostics, and the correct reading of Paul. Textual critics and scholars of Armenian and New Testament studies will find this work to be of great value.

This work presents the Armenian version of second-century Irenaeus of Lyon's last two books on heresies; it was originally discovered by an Armenian bishop in Persia, and here edited by an Armenian scholar. Irenaeus gegen die Häretiker deals with the unity of Jesus and the Father, the unity of the Old and New Testaments, the falsehood of the extended hierarchies of the Gnostics, and the correct reading of Paul. Textual critics and scholars of Armenian and New Testament studies will find this work to be of great value.

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Irenaeus of Lyons

Erwand Ter-Minasiantz

Karapet Ter-Mekerttschian

  • VORWORT. (page 5)
  • S. Irenaei Adversus Haereses IV u. V. (page 6)
  • Vorwort. (page 7)
  • S. Irenaei (page 12)
  • INHALTSVERZEICHNIS (page 10)
  • Kap I (page 19)
  • Kap II (page 20)
  • Untitled (page 21)
  • Kap III (page 21)
  • Kap IV (page 22)
  • Kap V (page 25)
  • Kap VI (page 26)
  • Kap VII (page 26)
  • Kap VIII (page 27)
  • Kap IX (page 28)
  • Kap XI (page 30)
  • Kap XII (page 34)
  • Kap XIII (page 35)
  • Kap XIV (page 36)
  • Kap XV (page 36)
  • Kap XVI (page 37)
  • Kap XVII (page 38)
  • Kap XVIII (page 39)
  • Kap XIX (page 40)
  • Kap XX (page 43)
  • Kap XXI (page 44)
  • Kap XXII (page 47)
  • Kap XXIII (page 48)
  • Kap XXIV (page 51)
  • Kap XXV (page 54)
  • Kap XXVI (page 57)
  • Kap XXVII (page 59)
  • Kap XXVIII (page 61)
  • Kap XXIX (page 63)
  • Kap XXX (page 68)
  • Kap XXXI (page 68)
  • Kap XXXII (page 72)
  • Kap XXXIII (page 73)
  • Kap XXXIV (page 75)
  • Kap XXXV (page 86)
  • Kap XXXVI (page 89)
  • Kap XXXVII (page 90)
  • Kap XXXVIII (page 92)
  • Kap XXXIX (page 94)
  • Kap XL (page 95)
  • Kap XLI (page 97)
  • Kap XLII (page 99)
  • Kap XLIII (page 104)
  • Kap XLIV (page 106)
  • Kap XLV (page 108)
  • Kap XLVI (page 110)
  • Kap XLVII (page 113)
  • Kap XLVIII (page 114)
  • Kap XLIX (page 116)
  • Kap L (page 117)
  • Kap LL (page 118)
  • Kap LII (page 119)
  • Kap LIII (page 121)
  • Kap LIV (page 122)
  • Kap LV (page 122)
  • Kap LVI (page 128)
  • Kap LVII (page 131)
  • Kap LVIII (page 132)
  • Kap LIX (page 142)
  • Kap LX (page 143)
  • Kap LXI (page 145)
  • Kap LXII (page 148)
  • Kap LXIII (page 149)
  • Kap LXIV (page 151)
  • Kap LXV (page 154)
  • Kap LXVI (page 155)
  • Kap LXVII (page 157)
  • Kap LXVIII (page 157)
  • Praefatio*. (page 160)
  • Adversus Haereses V (page 161)
  • Adversus Haereses IV V (page 257)
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