Christian Dogmatics is a two-volume survey of the twelve significant loci of Christian doctrine, each one handled widely when it comes to its biblical foundations, historic culture, and modern value. From the viewpoint of the Lutheran culture and in view of the original questions and problems with the yank context, each one locus is constructed self reliant of the others via six theologians, themselves inspired by way of divergent theological events: Carl Braaten, Gerhard Forde, Philip Hefner, Robert Jenson, Paul Sponheim, and Hans Schwartz. quantity 1 discusses dogmatics, the Trinity, the id of God, production, sin, and Christology. quantity 2 treats atonement, the Holy Spirit, ecclesiology, the sacraments, justification through religion, and eschatology.
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398. 13 Viezure calls this strategy an attempt at “owning the liturgy” (Verbum Crucis, 124). 14 Viezure, Verbum Crucis, 135–7, 157–8. 8 9 Ordaining Satan 39 condemnation of Chalcedonian Christology. To achieve this end, Philoxenos honed his skill at penning rhetorically powerful anathemas. ”15 We can see Philoxenos refining this style of anathema over his other works of this period. Philoxenos’ use of particularly sharp anathemas should be seen as an effort to combat the uncertainty of the age in which he wrote.
51 It should again be emphasized that this periodization, as well as much of the preceding survey, is dependent on de Halleux, Philoxène de Mabbog: Sa vie, 3–105. Bou Mansour, “Die Christologie des Philoxenos von Mabbug,” in A. , Jesus der Christus im Glauben der Kirche: Die Kirchen von Jerusalem und Antiochien nach 451 bis 600 (Freiburg: Herder, 2002), 500–69. It would be redundant to reproduce their work here in detail, so the reader is referred to the works. 53 De Halleux, Philoxène de Mabbog: Sa vie, 311, 314–15 and Bou Mansour, “Christologie,” 567.
For evidence of how Philoxenos’ reputation had already formed by the early sixth century, see Simeon of Beth Arsham’s inclusion of Philoxenos at the head of a list of anti-Chalcedonians who opposed the teaching of Ibas of Edessa. Cf. Simeon of Beth Arsham, Letter on Nestorianism (BO I), 351–2. 11 Viezure, Verbum Crucis, 135. 12 Or more precisely, this controversy is prominent enough to comprise the first datable events alluded to in Philoxenos’ works. There are other partially surviving works that cannot be dated and thus could be earlier, but we have no means of dating them due to their fragmentary nature.