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Basil of Seleucia's Homilia in Iob (CPG 6667) and its Depiction of the Voice
Panagia Miola, Maria. • S. 3-8

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Theodore of Mopsuestia's Interpretation of the Birth Announcements of Ishmael and Isaac (Genesis 16 and 18) and its Reception in East-Syriac and Greek Sources
Hoogerwerf, Cornelis. • S. 9-20

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Adam-Christ Typology in Cyril of Alexandria and John Chrysostom
Naidu, Ashish J.. • S. 21-28

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The Impassible Passion: Cyril's Unitive Christology at the Crossroads between Christian Tradition and Plotinus' Psychology
Streltsov, Alexey. • S. 29-38

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Was it Not the Only Begotten that was Speaking Long Ago': Cyril of Alexandria's Christological Exegesis in his Commentary on Hebrews (Heb. 1:1-2)
Wilhite, Shawn J.. • S. 39-50

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Goats, Gods, and the Mystery of Christ: Exegesis and Narrative Conflict between Julian and Cyril
Boswell, Brad. • S. 51-68

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Salvation and the Soul of Christ in Cyril of Alexandria
Mercer, Andrew. • S. 69-74

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Surpassing Mere Logomachy: Cyril and Theodoret on the Third and Fourth Anathemas
Magree, Michael C.. • S. 75-82

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Fundamental Differences on Christological Expressions of St Cyril of Alexandria and Severus of Antioch
Siskos, Georgios Ag.. • S. 83-100

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The Gift of the Holy Spirit: Pledge and Fulfillment in Cyril of Alexandria
Tierney, Veronica M.. • S. 101-108

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Diadochus of Photike and the Discernment of Spirits
Singh Mesconi, Carlos Marcelo. • S. 109-120

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John of Scythopolis as a Precursor of John Damascene in the Theological Development towards Trinitarian Perichoresis: A Hypothesis
Nigra, Alberto. • S. 121-132

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The Gnoseological Function of "sympolon" in Dionysius the Areopagite
Barna, Alexandru A.. • S. 133-144

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Some Remarks on the Arabic Epistula ad s. Timotheum de passione apostolorum Petri et Pauli
Muthreich, Michael. • S. 145-154

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Monastic Identity and Violence in Callinicus' Vita Hypatii
Storin, Bradley K.. • S. 155-166

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Confronting Cyprian: Anti-Rigorism in the Letters of Severus of Antioch
Ford, Simon Samuel. • S. 167-182

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Composite Nature without Particularities: Leontius of Byzantium's Understanding of Severus of Antioch's Miaphysite Christology
Tsunoda, Yuichi. • S. 183-194

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The Imperial Reception of Cyrilian Christology in the 6th Century on the Basis of the Theological Writings of Justinian I
Tabus, Teodor. • S. 195-206

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Reading Traditions of the Ladder of John Sinaites According to the Manuscript Marks
Venetskov, Maxim. • S. 207-228

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The Vanity of Human Life in the Poetry of George of Pisidia. Echoes of Patristic Lament
Blowers, Paul M.. • S. 229-236

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Gregory Palamas' Defense of Theology as ?p?st?µ?: Historical Background and Sources
Kappes, Christiaan W.. • S. 243-270

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"Aisthesis noera theia" (Intellectual and Divine Perception): A Major Notion in St Gregory Palamas' Anthropology
Chouliaras, Alexandros. • S. 271-288

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Gregory Palamas' Debt to Maximus the Confessor's Dyenergist Christology
Peters, Jane Sloan. • S. 289-304

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The Topic of the Divine Energies as Accidents in the Palamite Doctrine: Its Meaning, Historical Context, Including that of the Teaching about the Nature of Theological Language
Biriukov, Dmitry. • S. 305-316

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Historia brevis to Anne of Savoy: An Attempt to Rediscovering the Role of David Dishypatos on the Hesychast's Controversy
Brombin, Alessia. • S. 317-328

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The Church Fathers in Gregory Acindynos' Theological Conception: The Interpretation of the Term "meizon"
Zachariou, Andreas P.. • S. 329-340

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Reception and Interpretation of the Patristic Tradition in Theophanes of Nicaea's Works
Toulis, Petros. • S. 341-352