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Die gotteslehre bei aristides und in gnostischen schriften

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In the manuals of the Church and the history of dogma "Apostolic Fathers" has become the naturalized habit sequentially as separate groups to treat the apologists and the Gnostics. The method is almost persecuted everywhere not recommended. First, the general appearance is awakened, as if it were a chronological sequence, while the fact that writers were contemporaries of all three groups is obscured. Second, this mode of treatment suggests the idea that it is closed schools is, which would be clearly separated from each other while the artificiality of this separation does not come to mind. The oldest preserved remained Christian apologetics that of Aristides sends his description of the various forms of religion requires a general doctrine of God. In the Ap. Joh. certain repetition without substantial progress of thought on how to perceive the Gnostic writings in later developments is often unmistakable.

Keywords: Aristides; Gnostic writings; doctrine of God; Apostolic Fathers



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