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020    0198845316 (paperback) 
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100 0  Origen,|eauthor. 
240 10 De principiis.|lEnglish 
245 10 Origen :|bOn first principles /|cA Reader edition 
       translated by John Behr. Based on the edition of "Origen 
       On first principles," IN the Oxford Early Christian Text 
       Series. 
246 3  On first principles 
250    A Reader edition. 
264  1 Oxford, United Kingdom :|bOxford University Press,|c2019. 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    lxxxvii, 357 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages [315]- 327) and
       indexes. 
505 0  Introduction --1. Origen and his "On First principle" -- 
       2. The Structure of  "On First principle"  -- 3. Theology 
       -- 4. Economy -- 5. "In my End is My Beginning -- 
       Rufinus's Preface; Origen's Preface ;  Part One -- 
       Theology : the Apostolic preaching and the Church 
       preaching -- Part two -- Economy :  the Apostolic 
       preaching and the Church preaching. --  Part Three: The 
       Inspired Scriptures -- Recapitulation --  Appendix 
       Koetschau's Fragments -- Bibliography and Index. 
520    "On First Principles by Origen of Alexandria, written 
       around 220-230 AD, is one of the most important and 
       contentious works of early Christianity. It provoked 
       controversy when written, provoked further debate when 
       translated into Latin by Rufinus in the fourth century, 
       and was the subject, together with its author, of 
       condemnation in the sixth century. As a result, the work 
       no longer survives intact in the original Greek. We only 
       have the complete work in the Latin translation of Rufinus,
       and a few extensive passages preserved in Greek by being 
       excerpted into the Philokalia of Basil of Caesarea and 
       Gregory of Nazianzus."--|cPublisher's website.-- The 
       central logic of Origen's De Principiis rests upon the 
       axiom that states "the end must be like the beginning." 
       Despite the importance of this principle, Origen never 
       elaborates upon it, but simply asserts it as the 
       incontrovertible ground of his philosophical and 
       theological system. God is both the archē and the telos of
       the created cosmos. He creates the world and leads it to 
       perfection;  the realization of eternal wellbeing. 
600 00 Rufinus,|cof Aquileia,|d345-410.|tDe adulteratione 
       librorum Origenis. 
600 00 Origen.|tDe principiis. 
650  0 Biblical cosmology|yPrimitive and early church, ca. 30-
       600. 
650  0 Theology|xHistory|yEarly church, ca. 30-600. 
650  0 Church history|yPrimitive and early church, ca. 30-600. 
650  0 Christian literature, Early|xGreek authors|vTranslations 
       into English. 
650  0 Theology, Doctrinal|xHistory|yEarly church, ca. 30-600. 
650  0 Metaphysics|yEarly church, ca. 30-600. 
650  0 Theology, Doctrinal|vEarly works to 1800. 
650  0 Principle (Philosophy)|yPrimitive and early church, ca. 30
       -600. 
650  0 Persuasion (Rhetoric) 
650  0 Apologetics|vEarly works to 1800. 
700 1  Behr, John,|eeditor,|etranslator. 
700 02 |iContainer of (expression):|aOrigen.|tDe principiis.
       |lLatin|s(Rufinus : Behr) 
700 02 |iContainer of (expression):|aOrigen.|tDe principiis.
       |lGreek|s(Behr) 
700 02 |iContainer of (expression):|aOrigen.|tDe principiis.
       |lEnglish|s(Behr) 
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