Johannine Christology and the Early Church

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Cambridge University Press, 1970 M07 2 - 359 páginas
Professor Pollard attempts to show how the early Church interpreted the Gospel of John and its witness to the person of Christ. The two paradoxes implicit in John's theology - the distinction between the Father and the Son in the unity of the Godhead, and the divinity and humanity of Jesus Christ - were developed in varying ways and the resultant heresies arose from attempts to deny one element or the other in each paradox. In their refutation of the heresies, on the other hand, the Fathers struggled to keep both elements of the paradoxes in equipoise. The different traditions came into conflict in the controversy which raged around the figure of Arius and his supporters in the fourth century, of which the climax came in the debate about the views of Marcellus of Ancyra.

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Julie Gilbert Pollard paints in oils and watercolors and has taught classes continuously since 1985. Her works in both mediums have appeared in numerous juried and gallery exhibits and are also in many private and corporate collections. She is represented by galleries in Sedona and Phoenix, Arizona. Julie has been published in"The Artist's Magazine" and "Watercolor ?92". She was a featured artist in "How Did You Paint That? 100 Ways to Paint Landscapes" (International Artist 2004). Her work can be seen at www.JulieGilbertPollard.com.

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