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Books: The Origin of Christology (Paperback) by C. F. Moule ( Origen Christology | RM. Origen Christology | RM. Christology and cosmology: models of ... - Google Books

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Trinity and Christology at Nicaea and Chalcedon
The Patristic Developments of Christology within the - Christus Rex
Category Three Statements on the Origin
1. Mormon Christology is vastly different on the premortal existence of the Son of God. It is also vastly different on the mortal origin of the Son of God.
Origen – his time, his texts and his theology. Aarhus Summer
Jacobsen, Christology in the homilies of. Origen (scan, 14 pp.) - Jacobsen, Logos – Physician and Teacher.
Tatian's Christology and its Influence on the Composition of the
Peter see P.M. Head, 'On the Christology of the Gospel of Peter' VigChr ( forthcoming, 1992).

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Origen's Christology: A Response to the Cults
Origen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Christology. Origen. The culmination of this gradual revelation is the universal revelation of Christ.
Trinity and Christology at Nicaea and Chalcedon
Nicene Christology - Tekton Apologetics Ministries
As we'll soon see, Wisdom was not only the beginning of Christology, but also its .
Christology in the Early Church
Jun 26, 2011 J. Rebecca L. Lyman, Christology and Cosmology: Models of Divine Activity in Origen, Eusebius and Athanasius.

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