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de Melito of Sardis ca-190 AD (Autor), Alistair Stewart-Sykes (Introducció)

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The Quartodecimans were early Christians who kept a single feast of Pascha on the Passover, maintaining the tradition derived from Judaism. In this work, Alistair Stewart-Sykes, the leading authority on Melito and the Quartodecimans, presents a unique collection of material in a format ideal for classroom use as well as the general reader.At the head of this collection stands a new translation of On Pascha by Melito of Sardis, a liturgical work deriving from Quartodeciman circles in Asia. Alongside this is an extensive introduction and annotation pointing out not only the parallels to Jewish practice, but also offering an analysis of the work in terms of classical rhetoric. In addition, the translator has included a selection of Melito's fragments, testimonia to Melito and other material vital for understanding the Quartodeciman liturgies from Rome, Syria and Asia. All texts are translated, described and discussed.… (més)
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Títol:On Pascha (St. Vladimir's Seminary Press "Popular Patristics" Series)
Autors:Melito of Sardis ca-190 AD (Autor)
Altres autors:Alistair Stewart-Sykes (Introducció)
Informació:St Vladimir's Seminary Press,U.S. (2001), 110 pages
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On Pascha: With the Fragments of Melito and Other Material Related to the Quartodecimans (St. Vladimir's Seminary Press "Popular Patristics" ... Seminary Press "Popular Patristics" Series) de Melito of Sardis

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By the late second century, Christian Churches were a federation of congregations with diverse religious beliefs and practices, as was predicted by Christ and the Apostles. This book explains how the churches in Asia observed the Passover on Nisan 14 according to Church Father Melito de Sardis in 190 AD. ( )
  makasperson | Mar 25, 2018 |
On Pascha (Greek: Περὶ Πάσχα) is an early text about the Easter liturgy by Melito of Sardis. Most sources say that it was probably written between AD 160 and AD 170, although this edition suggests a later date of AD 190. There are many things that make Melito's text significant, no one seems to agree on what exactly it is, whether it is a homily, a description of the Easter liturgy, or something else entirely. What we do know is that Melito lived in Sardis in Asia Minor, a major center of Jewish activity, that he himself was probably of Jewish ancestry, and that he was a Quartodeciman—that is, he celebrated Easter on 14 Nisan, the day the Jews celebrated Passover, not on a Sunday. This was apparently a widespread custom in the Eastern church at that time and it also meant that Good Friday and Easter were celebrated in a single feast. Luckily, the book has a very thorough introduction by the translator that helps put Melito and his text in context, especially his views about the Jewish role in Christ's crucifixion. The text itself has a particularly liturgical grace about it and the reader will catch many parallels to "traditional" Triduum liturgies, particularly to Easter Vigil. This means it makes for very good triduum reading.

Highly recommended for anyone interested in the early Church and its practices, Quartodecimanism, or Christian liturgies, or anyone looking for something different to read this Holy Week. ( )
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The Quartodecimans were early Christians who kept a single feast of Pascha on the Passover, maintaining the tradition derived from Judaism. In this work, Alistair Stewart-Sykes, the leading authority on Melito and the Quartodecimans, presents a unique collection of material in a format ideal for classroom use as well as the general reader.At the head of this collection stands a new translation of On Pascha by Melito of Sardis, a liturgical work deriving from Quartodeciman circles in Asia. Alongside this is an extensive introduction and annotation pointing out not only the parallels to Jewish practice, but also offering an analysis of the work in terms of classical rhetoric. In addition, the translator has included a selection of Melito's fragments, testimonia to Melito and other material vital for understanding the Quartodeciman liturgies from Rome, Syria and Asia. All texts are translated, described and discussed.

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