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The monastic school of Gaza

by Bruria Bitton-Ashkelony

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gaza,
  • Gaza Strip
    • Subjects:
    • Monasticism and religious orders, Orthodox Eastern -- Gaza Strip -- Gaza -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600,
    • Monastic and religious life -- Gaza Strip -- Gaza -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600,
    • Gaza -- Church history

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementBrouria Bitton-Ashkelony & Aryeh Kofsky.
      SeriesSupplements to Vigiliae Christianae,, v. 78
      ContributionsKofsky, Arieh.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX385 .B58 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3429436M
      ISBN 109004147373
      LC Control Number2005054271

      Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life. Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in the monastic .   Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life. Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in the monastic : Peter Lang.

      The Monks of Gaul. I. Central Gaul. II. Monasticism in Provence. The Monastic writings of Cesarius. III. Iberian Monasticism. IV. The Gallic Rules. Celtic Monasticism II. Saint Patrick & His Posterity. III. Saint Columban. Table of 2 Centuries in the History of Monasticism. The Monks of Gaza (c. ). I. The Desert of Gaza. II. the.   Dorotheos was the most famous disciple of Barsanuphius and John of Gaza in the flourishing sixth-century monastic centre of Gaza. His writings are generally con We use cookies to enhance your experience on our continuing to Author: Aryeh Kofsky.

      Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Schenkewitz, Kyle A., Dorotheos of Gaza and the Discourse of healing in Gazan monasticism (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Dorotheus, of Gaza Saint; Dorotheus, Gazaeus: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File. Books 1. Eusebius of Caesarea Against Paganism (Leiden, ). 2. The Nuşayrī-‛Alawī Religion: An Enquiry into Its Theology and Liturgy (Leiden, ) (with M. Bar-Asher). 3. The Monastic School of Gaza (with B. Bitton-Ashkelony) (Leiden, ). 4. Syriac Idiosyncrasies: Theology and .


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The legacy of this complex and thriving centre cuts across theological differences and by: 9. A monastic intellectual community flourished in the region of Gaza from the fourth to the seventh century, producing a wealth of literary works.

In this diverse and exciting literary corpus—especially in the unique correspondence between spiritual leaders and their clientele—matters that are usually only hinted at in monastic sources, are vividly by: 9.

A monastic intellectual community flourished in the region of Gaza from the fourth to the seventh century, producing a wealth of literary works.

Both the history of the monasteries of Gaza and the teaching of its literature are the subject of this book, which is more a collection of chapters on a range of subjects than a clearly developed argument.

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The Monastic School of Gaza Series: Vigiliae Christianae, Supplements, Volume: From the outset of Christian monastic history, renunciation was universally considered an initial step along the ascetic path. In various circles of early monastic tradition there were different emphases on renunciation.

In contrast to anchoritic monasticism, which felt less threatened by the dangers of personal will, coenobitic monasticism placed paramount importance on social cooperation and Cited by: 2.

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Sellner, The Missing: Gaza. Monastic schools (Latin: Scholae monasticae) were, along with cathedral schools, the most important institutions of higher learning in the Latin West from the early Middle Ages until the 12th century. Since Cassiodorus's educational program, the standard curriculum incorporated religious studies, the Trivium, and the some places monastic schools evolved into medieval universities Missing: Gaza.

We'd landed on Dorotheos of Gaza, Discourses and Sayings ( Cisterian publication;OSB) for our Orthodox Book Club reading. Great choice. I found the Discourses and Sayings similar to The Ladder of Divine Ascent, written from the desert just one generation later, St.

John Climacus having died in /5(13). Books. 'The Ladder of Prayer and the Ship of Stirrings': The Praying Self in Late Antique East Syrian Christianity, LAHR 22 (Peeters, Leuven, ).

With Kofsky, The Monastic School of Gaza. Vigiliae Christianae Supplements Series 78 (Leiden: Brill, ).

Encountering the Sacred: The Debate on Christian Pilgrimage in Late Antiquity, The Transformation of the Classical. Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life. Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in the monastic life.

Peter Lang Search. Close. Description: The book deals with the history of the monastic community in the region of Gaza in Late antiquity. It examines the monastic career and teachings of central figures such as Abba Isaiah, Peter the Iberian, Barsanuphius and John, and Dorotheus.

Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life.

Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in the monastic : Kyle A.

Schenkewitz. The Monastic School of Gaza Series: Vigiliae Christianae, Supplements, Volume: 78Author: Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony. "An important contribution and a welcome addition to the burgeoning study of Palestinian monasticism in general and of Gaza in particular." (Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony Religious Studies Review) "This little book should not only be on the shelves of every monastic library, it should also be read by anyone with an interest in the give-and-take between monastic and everyday life inside and outside 5/5(2).

Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life.

Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in the monastic life. Dorotheos of Gaza and.

Aran, the MONASTIC SCHOOL OF. —The three islands of Aran stretch across the mouth of Galway Bay, forming a kind of natural breakwater against the Atlantic Ocean.

The largest of the three, called Aran Mor, is about nine miles in length, and little more than one in average g: Gaza.Serving as a dynamic figure in the monastic school, Dorotheos of Gaza transformed the traditional understanding of healing in the spiritual life. Gazan monastic teachers, Isaiah of Scetis, Barsanuphius, John, and Dorotheos, utilized this discourse of healing to instruct and guide their followers in Author: Kyle A.

Schenkewitz."Gaza and its environs were the last pagan stronghold in late antique Palestine," the editors write in the book's introduction. "From the early fifth century on, the city developed into a flourishing and important Christian center with a celebrated school of rhetoric and leading monastic .