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autor: Abucewicz, K.

tytuł: Paths of quartodeciman Pascha in the letters of Ignatius of Antioch

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 47,2 (2014) 267-279

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słowa kluczowe: Ignacy AntiocheńskikwartodecymaniePaschateologia patrystyczna

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Presumably the Church has been celebrating the Paschal Mystery from the beginning of its presence. However the oldest paschal celebration of the Church that is known to us from the early Christian writings is the one proliferated in the second century in Asia Minor. It was based on quartodeciman theology. We may take closer look at that paschal experience mainly thanks to the two paschal homilies: of Melito of Sardis and Pseudo-Hippolytus. Yet, there is another source that exhibits similarity to the two documents and, although underestimated in the modern researches, provides valid view on quartodeciman perception. Moreover, it appears to be predecessor of the both, hence could serve as pattern to certain extent. The referred source is the set of seven letters of Ignatius of Antioch that are dated on the beginning of the second century. Created in the climate of persecution the letters reveal distinctive features of the quartodeciman theology. And it is evidently the theology in which Ignatius has been brought up. What is significant is that the theology appears to be already developed. Ignatius seems to be applying it with deep sense and understanding, like the one who has been nurtured in it. This may mean that the roots of quartodeciman theology go back further. Question is where to.



autor: Abucewicz, K.

tytuł: Problem początków chrześcijańskiej mistyki w świetle współczesnych badań

Śląskie Studia Historyczno-Teologiczne 49,2 (2016) 332-355

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słowa kluczowe: mistykateologia patrystyczna

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Problem of the Origins of Christian Mysticism in the Light of Modern Research
Although the Christian mysticism went over the past century throughout abundant literature, it is difficult to find a work that is taking up this issue in a holistic manner and trying to capture the phenomenon in its entirety. A particular scarcity remains with regard to the origins of Christian mysticism. Four works, translated in recent decades into Polish, while undertaking the issues related to the early Christian mysticism, make significant omissions and narrowings in this area. They place the origins of Christian mysticism around Origen and combine them intellectually and spiritually with Greek influence. These works, marked with otherwise known names in the field of patristics in the international arena, are widely studied, and having gained considerable popularity and importance especially in the lecture at many Polish universities they imposed to some extent their perspective in contemporary research, as well as in the study and teaching.



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