Der tod Jesu Christi in der Apologie des Aristides

Lattke, Michael (2010) Der tod Jesu Christi in der Apologie des Aristides. Early Christianity, 1 4: 575-601.

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Author Lattke, Michael
Title Der tod Jesu Christi in der Apologie des Aristides
Translated title The death of Jesus Christ in the Apology of Aristides
Language of Title ger
Journal name Early Christianity
ISSN 1868-7032
1868-8020
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Open Access Status
Volume 1
Issue 4
Start page 575
End page 601
Total pages 27
Place of publication Tübingen, Germany
Publisher Mohr Siebeck
Collection year 2011
Language ger
Formatted abstract
This preliminary study for a commentary on the Apology of Aristides, to be publishedby Herder in the series Kommentar zu frühchristlichen Apologeten (KfA), has threeparts. Part I deals with some introductory problems, including the testimony ofEusebius, and presents a brief summary of the 17 chapters of the Apology. Part II discussesits gradual discovery since 1878, concentrating on the first four decades of thehistory of research (publications after 1920 appear in Appendix II). Part III, a case studyon the death of Jesus in Aristides’ work, originally written in Greek but lost, comparesthe extant Armenian and Syriac versions with the relevant passages in the Greek romanceof Barlaam. This comparison reveals that Aristides himself did not mention thecrucifixion of Jesus by the Romans. Instead of this historical event he only speaks ofthe piercing of Jesus by the Jews, thus contributing to the stereotype of the Jews asmurderers of (the son of) God.
Keyword Aristides von Athen
Frühchristliche Apologeten
Barlaam und Ioasaph
Tod Jesu
Juden, Römer
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ

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