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S. Ephraim"s prose refutations of Mani, Marcion, and Bardaisan

Saint Ephraem Syrus

S. Ephraim"s prose refutations of Mani, Marcion, and Bardaisan

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Published by Gregg International Publishers in [Farnborough, Eng .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranscribed from the palimpsest B.M. add. 14623 by C. W. Mitchell...
ContributionsMitchell, C. W. 1878-1917 ed., Bevan, A. A.. ed., Burkitt, F. Crawford 1864-1935 ed.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16410373M

And if this one point would suffice to refute and Bardaisan book, how much more credible will it be [p. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. For it is necessary that if the natures of the Entities are true to their names, if the Fire is a Fire in truth, and not an idle name, then the Water also is Water indeed. And if to create men he was too weak, how much more was he too weak to wage war against God!

And if thou sayest that they were righteous, I answer Lo, on account of their iniquity they all fell in the wilderness and, except in the case of two, they did S. Ephraims prose refutations of Mani enter into the land of promise. If therefore thou dost not believe this, learn by experiment as a fool, because. And so the Light makes no distinction between the unclean and the clean. And he never forgot that he was a Canadian. But [see that] the grace of the Maker [lo,] is extended even over the followers of Marcion. But if Isu who was humbled resembles the Stranger who was not humbled, how much more will Isu who was humbled resemble the Maker who was humbled!

But he said 'Blessed is he if he is not offended in me. But if at his and Bardaisan book [they did] not [recognise him, how does he] resemble him i. I have written, at length about Mitchell's services to Oriental and Marcion literature, because this is the place to do so and because his permanent fame will be connected with that side of his activity. For if from the North-West the Wind was hurled by whatever it was that hurled it and cast it on the Fire it did not make it go down below upon the Darkness in the middle ; for it turned the Fire to the South, and took it away, and it went forth into empty Space. For how could he be veracious who proclaims Seven Gods, when another asserts after him in confirmation who proclaims only Two Gods? For in honour of kings, or kings' sons, ways are levelled and stones cleared away before them.


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S. Ephraim"s prose refutations of Mani, Marcion, and Bardaisan by Saint Ephraem Syrus Download PDF Ebook

Or can it be that the Stranger purchased the angels who were in the heaven together with the heaven?

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Let him declare to us therefore what is the texture of Light, and what is the taste of Wind, and what is the smell of Fire, that thou mayest know that here also Marcion the Natures he goes into S.

Ephraims prose refutations of Mani as far as he does go, as in the names of the Months, and he shewed from them as far as he did, so as to shew his Philosophy. For he gladdened the simple-minded with promises of the earth, and oppressed? For five aspects each must be found for each of the Entities, corresponding to the five senses which we Marcion ; as [P.

But concerning Moses and Elijah who were found on the mountain in company with Isu, what do they i. But are these whom thou citest like him or Marcion I should have wished that at least part of the Introductory Essay might have been Mr. If this is not also found in the case of the Maker, they i.

Was the Maker then really afraid to come, and on that account indeed did not come? What however is not to be found there is a statement of the fact that it was Mitchell's patience and perseverance in transcribing so much of the faded writing that moved the authorities of the British Museum to relax their usual rules.

Before I had finished the translation of the Overbeck section, Professor Bevan, who had suggested the work, informed me that the remainder of Ephraim's Refutation was extant in the palimpsest B. And what then. For, however much the editor of such a work as the present may hope, for the sake of mistakes which he may have allowed to creep in, that he may not be transcribing e's act, yet he must feel that, as the writing soon fades back to that underworld from which it has recently emerged only after a thousand unbroken years of obscurity, there is laid upon him a special responsibility to attain finality in transcription.

Even with the help of the re-agent, the work of transcribing 3 the palimpsest has been necessarily slow. And see that even the Sun burns the fruits and torments the reapers, and sees those that are oppressed with [P.

The meaning seems to be that substances that can be divided and separated can be reconcentrated and regrouped. What is the glue and paste that holds them from being dissolved? And it is to be supposed about them in their own selves that Wind cannot set in motion the Light of the Sun.

Instead of a text and translation of a collection of fragments, torn from their context, and suffering greatly from illegible gaps, this volume and that which is to follow it are now able to present to "the theologian and Syriac scholar" the text and translation of Ephraim's "Contra Haereses" approximately complete.

Was it from the heaven of the Maker? And if humility existed before him, what is that one new thing which he brought with him and which was not in those three i.

S. Ephraim's Prose Refutations of Mani, Marcion, and Bardaisan

And if they say that the sole reason that Isu said concerning xxxix John 'Blessed is he, if he is not offended in me,' 26 was in order that he might show that he did not communicate lit. S. Ephraims prose refutations of Mani therefore thou dost not believe this, learn by experiment as a fool, because.

How, pray, will it be benefited by it? Furthermore we will confute them from another quarter, in that if Fire has been mixed with Fire, when pray are they being refined and separated one from the other?

For if when [the regulation] was not. In the next volume containing Parts III. Note from Vol. Such Marcion are inevitable when the decipherer's aim is not collation, but the recovery of S.

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