Early Christian Apologists
Edited By Jakob Engberg, Anders-Christian Jacobsen and Jörg Ulrich
Table of Contents
Apology in Context Jakob Engberg / Anders-Christian Jacobsen / Jörg Ulrich VII Part I: Introduction Apologists and apologetics in the second century Jörg Ulrich 1 Part II: The early Christian apologists Aristides Nils Arne Pedersen 35 Justin Martyr Jörg Ulrich 51 Tatian René Falkenberg 67 Athenagoras Anders-Christian Jacobsen 81 Theophilus Jakob Engberg 101 Heaven-borne in the World: Α Study of the Letter to Diognetus Anders Klostergaard Petersen 125 Clement of Alexandria Paganism and its positive significance for Christianity Jesper Hyldahl 139 Tertullian Niels Willert 159 Minucius Felix, Octavius Svend Erik Mathiassen 185 Part III: Contemporary Greco-Roman authors regarding Christians and Christianity Condemnation, criticism and consternation Contemporary pagan authors‘ assessment of Christians and Christianity Jakob Engberg 201 VI The other Side of the Debate 2 Translation of Second Century pagan Authors on Christians and Christianity Jakob Engberg / Patrick M. Fritz / Robert B.N. Hansen / John Møller Larsen 229 Part IV: Eusebius‘ use of the early apologists in the Ecclesiastical History The defenders of Christianity in the Ecclesiastical History of Eusebius Marie Verdoner 239 Bibliography Řśř Table of Contents
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