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The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium)

by Edward G. Mathews

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Published by Peeters .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12805824M
    ISBN 109042910186
    ISBN 109789042910188

    Ephrem the Syrian's Use of Female Metaphors to Describe the Deity', (). Saint Ephrem's Commentary on Tatian's Diatessaron: An English Translation of Chester Beatty Syriac (). The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem. the Syrian'. The Armenian Commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (CSCO –3; ). E. G. Mathews, Jr., The Armenian Commentary on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (CSCO –8; ).

    Armenian text of the Prayers attributed to Ephrem the Syrian, with the first-ever translation into a western language. Utilizing a highly developed poetic rhythm, the author manifests a profound spirituality laying his own emptiness before the inexhaustible Mercy of God. Collection of biblical commentaries (OT and NT) by Severos, a monk in the Monastery of St. Barbara near Edessa, who completed his work in Severos compiled his work from existing commentaries and mentions as his main sources Ephrem and Yaʿqub of Edessa (for .

    Some fragments exist in Armenian of his commentaries on the Acts of the Apostles and Pauline Epistles. He also wrote refutations against Bardaisan, Mani, Marcion and others. Ephrem is attributed with writing hagiographies such as The Life of Saint Mary the . The Armenian Commentary on Genesis Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (CSCO , texte traducti June Revue des Études Arméniennes Edward G Mathews Jr.


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The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium) by Edward G. Mathews Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian, Volume Corpus scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, ISSN Volumes of Scriptores Armeniaci The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian, Saint Ephraem (Syrus) Author: Ephraem, Editor: Edward G.

Mathews: Translated by. Armenian commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian, with their first ever translation into any modern language.

These volumes constitute the second of three installments of the Old Testament commentaries attributed to Ephrem the Syrian.1/5(1). Get this from a library. The Armenian commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian. [Ephraem, Syrus Saint; Edward G Mathews, Jr.].

The Armenian Commentary on Genesis Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0. Thus, these commentaries rather reflect a medieval Armenian exegesis strongly influenced by Syriac traditions.

The present work offers a new edition of the text of the Armenian commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian, with their. As Dr. Mathews has shown, the Armenian Commentary on Genesis Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian is actually based on the Scholia (collections of marginal notes) of Jacob of Edessa, who died in (Mathews).

A prominent Syriac churchman whose views are in line with the Armenian Apostolic Church, he nevertheless would not have carried the. A bilingual edition of the Armenian Prayers attributed to Ephrem the Syrian. Collected together in eight books, probably in eleventh or twelfth century Armenian Cilicia, these prayers are filled with a very profound spirituality and a highly developed poetic rhythm, nearly every line evoking a phrase, an image or an event from the Bible.

Ephrem the Syrian’s most popular book is Hymns on Paradise. Ephrem the Syrian has 45 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ephrem the Syrian’s most popular book is Hymns on Paradise.

The Armenian Commentary on Genesis Attributed to Ephrem the Syrian: V. Ephrem the Syrian, Elsbeth G. Klein, Edward G. Mathews Jr. Aghōtʻkʻ The armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian The armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian Himnes i homilies, Commentaire de l'Évangile concordant Carmina Nisibena The armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian The armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to.

Ephrem is attributed with writing hagiographies such as The Life of Saint Mary the Harlot, though this credit is called into question. [12] Ephrem wrote exclusively in the Syriac language, which is a dialect of middle Aramaic, but translations of his writings exist in Classical Armenian, Coptic, Old Georgian, Koine Greek and other languages.

Genre/Form: Commentaries Ouvrages avant Textes: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ephraem, Syrus, Saint, Armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian.

The Armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian / [versio] by: Ephraem, Syrus Published: () The Armenian commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian by: Ephraem, Syrus Published: ().

Hovhanessian, Vahan S., ''Armenian Manuscripts of the Commentaries on the Letters of the Apostle Paul Attributed to Saint Ephrem the Syrian'', The Harp 24 (): Keywords: Syriac influence [Armenia], Ephrem, Ephremiana [Armenian], New Testament, Paul, exegesis, commentary, translations from Syriac, translations into Armenian.

It is the first of two volumes that will offer new English translations of selected prose works by St. Ephrem the Syrian (c. A.D.

This first volume contains St. Ephrem's Commentary on Genesis, Commentary on Exodus, Homily on Our Lord, and Letter to Publius. The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian [Text], vol. 1, 2 vol. Louvain: Secretariat du Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, BibTex MARC.

The Armenian Commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian. 2 vols. Corpus Scriptorum Christianorum Orientalium, Scriptores Armeniaci, Louvain: Peeters, ed., Chaste Celibacy: Living Christ's Own Spousal Love. First Annual Symposium on the Spirituality and Identity of the Diocesan Priest.

''A New Text from the Syrohexapla: Deuteronomy 34'', Pages in A Tribute to Arthur Vööbus: Studies in Early Christian Literature and Its Environment, Primarily in the Syrian. The Syrian ruler who defiled the Jewish Temple altar and martyred many Jews was.

High Priest. The Persian Empire allowed the___to rule the Jews. In the book of Jude, verse 14 is a quote from the book of. Pseudepigrapha. The literature written during the inter-Testamental period, which carried the names of false authors, is called. Each volume of The Baker Illustrated Bible Commentary is a nontechnical, section-by-section commentary on one book or section of the Bible that provides reliable and readable interpretations of the Scriptures from leading evangelical scholars.

The Armenian Commentary On Genesis Attributed To Ephrem The Syrian. Author by: Ephraem (Syrus. Extract. The impressive number of surviving manuscripts containing the Classical Armenian translation of the writings of the fourth-century prolific Syrian poet, theologian, hymn writer and musician, St.

Ephrem (circa –), is an indication of the popularity of this saint among the Armenians and of the influence of the Syrain Church on the theology and liturgy of the Armenian Church.1 St. Ephrem the Syrian, Jeffrey Wickes Ephrem the Syrian was born in Nisibis (Nusaybin, Turkey) around CE, and died in Edessa (Sanliurfa, Turkey) in He was a prolific author, composing over four hundred hymns, several metrical homilies, and at least two scriptural commentaries.Ephrem the Syrian (Classical Syriac: ܡܪܝ ܐܦܪܝܡ ܣܘܪܝܝܐ‎ Mār Aprêm Sûryāyâ; Greek: Ἐφραίμ ὁ Σῦρος; Latin: Ephraem Syrus, also known as St.

Ephraem (Ephrem, Ephraim); c. – ) was a Syriac Christian deacon and a prolific Syriac-language hymnographer and theologian of the 4th century. He is especially beloved in the Syriac Orthodox Church, and counted as.The Armenian commentary on Genesis attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (CSCO ; Louvain: Peeters, ); idem, The Armenian commentaries on Exodus-Deuteronomy attributed to Ephrem the Syrian (CSCO ; Louvain: Peeters, ).

5 For publication details of Ephrem’s poetic works, see S. P. Brock, “A brief guide to the main editions and.