Biblical argument in Manichaean missionary practice

the case of Adimantus and Augustine
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Augustine, -- Saint, Bishop of Hippo, Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc, Manich
Statementby Jacob Albert van den Verg.
SeriesNag Hammadi and Manichaean studies -- v. 70
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LC ClassificationsBR65.A62132 B47 2009
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL23919506M
ISBN 139789004180345
LC Control Number2009046089

Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice The Case of Adimantus and Augustine Series: This study offers an investigation into the role of the Bible in the writings of the important Manichaean missionary Addas Adimantus (flor. CE), one of Mani's first disciples. A major part of the book is dedicated to the Cited by: 5.

Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine Berg, J. van den Leiden: Brill, pp. xii + $ Series Information Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies, 70 Description: The use and appreciation of Scripture by the Manichaeans is a field of research with many unanswered questions.

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Gerald Bonner, Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine. and devotes chapter 4 of his book to an analysis of. Title: Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine.

Author(s): Berg, J.A. van den. W hen we first think of missionaries we often think of people working in remote jungles trying to learn a tribal language and communicate the good news of the Gospel. There is certainly a need for that still today.

Yet, missionaries take many forms, locations, and job descriptions. Many missionaries live in air conditioned houses, drive nice cars, and live in well-developed urban environments. completed his PhD in Theology at Radboud University Nijmegen (cum laude): Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine (Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies Leiden-Boston: Brill ).

His present research focuses on the Biblical quotations in the work of North African Manichaean Bishop Faustus. [Bespreking van: Jacob Albert Van den Berg () Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine] Published in: Theologia Reformata, 56, - ISSN Author: Goudriaan, A.

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The Case of Adimantus and Augustine (with a Summary in Dutch, Radboud University Nijmegen, May ), book publication: Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice.

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Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice. The Case of Adimantus and Augustine; Манихейство / Статьи. - Торланбаева К.У. Манихейство на территории средневекового Тараза; Павликиане / Книги.

- Conybeare F. The argument that the word mission does not occur in the New Testament is incorrect. The Latin verb mittere corresponds to the Greek verb apostellein, which occurs times in the New Testament (97 times in the Gospels, used both for Jesus having been “sent” by God and for the Twelve being “sent” by Jesus).

(Paul the Missionary, ). Van Oort J, Thomassen E, BeDuhn JD, De Conick AD, Funk WP, Gardner I et al. Nag Hammadi and Manichaean studies. In Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine.

Vol. Entomological Society of Canada. (Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies). This book was quoted directly, and expanded on by Mani, becoming one of the original six Syriac writings of the Manichaean Church.

Besides brief references by non-Manichaean authors through the centuries, no original sources of The Book of Giants (which is actually part six of the Book of Enoch) were available until the 20th century. Van den Berg, Jacob A., Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice.

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The Case of Adimantus and Augustine (Nag Hammadi & Manichaean Studies 70), Leyde, Brill,p. ISBN Xeravits, Géza G. and Zsengellér, Jozsef, Studies in the Book of Ben Sira. Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine.

(Nag Hammadi and Manichaean Studies, ) by J. van den Berg (pp. ) Review by: Gerald Bonner. Reviewing a book about missions by Chris Wright makes me feel a little like a grown-up Pinocchio writing a critique of Geppetto’s toy-making skills.

Chris was very much involved in introducing me to the mission of God and to the God of mission when he served as a curate in my parents’ church when I was between the ages of 3 and 9.

Biblical argument in Manichaean missionary practice: the case of Adimantus and Augustine by: Berg, Jacob Albert van den Published: () Augustine’s Moulding of the Manichaean Idea of God in the Confessions by: Fuhrer, Therese Published: ().

Idem, “Biblical Quotations in Faustus’ Capitula,” in J. van Oort, ed., Augustine and Manichaean Christianity, Leiden,pp. Böhlig, “Neue Initiativen zur Erschliessung der koptisch-manichäischen Bibliothek von Medinet Madi,” Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft und die Kunde der älteren Kir In the words of the King James Bible, which was the version then current, these were, first, Genesis IX, 18– “And the sons of Noah that went forth from the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth.

Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice. The Case ofAdimantus and Augustine, Leiden-Boston: Brillpassim- Johannes van Oort, 'Manichaean Christians in Augustine's Life and Work', Church History and Religious Culture 90 ()esp.

; Jason. Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary Practice: The Case of Adimantus and Augustine. By J. van den B erg. Gerald Bonner. J Theol Studies, Vol Issue 2, OctoberA People of One Book: The Bible and the Victorians.

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Manichaeism was a dualistic religious system with Christian, Gnostic and pagan elements, founded in Persia in the third century by Manes. This is the first full-length study of the Manichaean Jesus, since the publication of several major Manichaean texts such as the Homilies, Psalm Book and Kephalaia in the s and s: 1.

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64 () Vi g i l i a e C h r i s t i a n a e Books Received Berg, Jacob Albert van den, Biblical Argument in Manichaean Missionary.accept the practice of a Manichaean instructive lecture as the ‘ Sitz im Leben ’ (Wurst –).

But, as Wurst pointed out, both works differ in some.