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Open Access «THE DEMONS SUGGEST AN ILLUSION OF GOD'S GLORY IN A FORM»: CONTROVERSY OVER THE DIVINE BODY AND VISION OF GLORY IN SOME LATE FOURTH, EARLY FIFTH CENTURY MONASTIC LITERATURE

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«THE DEMONS SUGGEST AN ILLUSION OF GOD'S GLORY IN A FORM»: CONTROVERSY OVER THE DIVINE BODY AND VISION OF GLORY IN SOME LATE FOURTH, EARLY FIFTH CENTURY MONASTIC LITERATURE

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The article investigate the monastic anthropomorphites of Egypt seeing them as the heirs of an ancient, non-Hellenic, Jewish visionary tradition, a tradition rendered anachronistic by the theological settlement of Nicea. By examining certain works of fourth-century monasticism, the article seeks to trace the outlines of this tradition, both in its advocates and in its critics.

10.1163/18177565-90000150
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2007-03-30
2018-09-20

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