Aelius Aristides and the New Testament by Pieter Willem van der Horst

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  • Aristides, Aelius -- Criticism and interpretation.,
  • Aristides, Aelius -- Religion.,
  • Bible. N.T. -- Influence.

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Statementby P. W. van der Horst.
SeriesStudia ad Corpus Hellenisticum Novi Testamenti ;, v. 6
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LC ClassificationsPA3874.A7 Z5 1980
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 115 p. ;
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4229480M
ISBN 109004060545
LC Control Number80509691

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As a member of the cult of Asclepius, Aristides recorded his nocturnal dreams, waking visions and spiritual healings in a diary entitled the Sacred Tales. A study of this diary sheds light on the spiritual environment of the Roman world in the first and second century CE.

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Apollonius wrote about the time the letter of Revelation 2 was written. He, like the writer, was in peril under Domitian. The most complete bibliography on Aristides is in P.W. Van der Horst's Aelius Aristides and the New Testament (Leiden ), All dates in this section, unless noted otherwise, are A.D.

3 E.g., Kos, Knidos, Rhodes, and Alexandria after he arrived in Egypt. See Or. 27; 4. Although many of the authors featured in this volume—including Augustus, Cassius Dio, Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Eusebius, Josephus, Julian, Libanius, Plutarch, Polybius, Strabo, and the writers of the New Testament—are important sources for Roman civilization, their written works are rarely presented in accessible Greek-language editions.

The more we learn about the ancient Mediterranean world, the more complex and sprawling the topic of Greco-Roman religion appears.¹ This preliminary profile attempts to provide some sense of the range of religious experiences, convictions, and practices in the early Roman Empire.² I make no effort to distinguish, for example, what is originally Greek and what is natively Roman.

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Oliver, James H. & Aristides, Aelius. It was a common ascription in Jewish prayers (see Josephus Jewish War ) and among the Greeks (see Aelius Aristides Works ; Xenophon Anabasis13). With such liturgical language, grounded in the Old Testament (such as Ex ; Ps ), the believers declare the scope of God's omnipotence.

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He is the Robert W. Woodruff Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at Candler School of Theology and a Senior Fellow at the Center for /5. Aelius Aristides departed from Smyrna as he traveled to Rome during the winter of AD – and described the hardships and miseries of his journey on the Via Egnatia (Ramsay ; Aristides ).

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