Grace and Christology in the Early Church

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Index
adoption 77 , 79-83 , 86 , 97 , 101-2 , 112 n. , 114-15 , 119 , 123 , 138 n. , 145-7 , 162-6 , 168 , 172 n. , 178-9 , 198 , 201-2 , 207-8 , 210 , 226 ; see also sonship
Alexandria:
episcopal see of 2 , 6 , 49 , 125
school of 3-5 , 7-8 , 203 , 222
Alexandrian thought 61 , 65 , 83 , 85 , 87 , 90-1 , 199 , 210-11 , 223
Amann, Émile 8 , 180 , 189
anthropological grace, see grace, anthropological
Antioch:
episcopal see of 214
school of 3-5 , 7-11 , 204 , 211 , 216 , 222
Antiochene thought 11 , 203
ἀπάθεια, see purity of heart
Apollinarius/Apollinarianism 8 , 106 , 120 , 127 , 190
Arius/Arianism 2 , 24-7 , 53 , 64 n. , 77 , 83 , 86-7 , 90-2 , 96 , 106 , 207
association, see christological union, as an association
assumed man 22 , 26-8 , 39-45 , 47-52 , 54-61 , 74 , 106-9 , 113 , 133 , 160 , 181-2 , 184 , 190 n. , 192-3 , 198 , 201-2 , 208 , 212 n. , 213
Athanasius 20-1 , 24-5 , 41 , 64 , 66 , 71 n. , 74 , 78 , 83 , 85-8 , 90-2 , 121 , 127 , 174 n. , 199 , 204 , 207-10 , 222
Augustine 9 , 10 n. , 15-16 , 134 n. , 145 n. , 167 n. , 169 , 190 , 216-17 , 220
baptism 44 , 141 , 146 , 180
as an emblem of a future change 30-1 , 34-5 , 206
as a sign of a present change 205-6
Bethune-Baker, James 9
Brand, Charles 142 , 171
Burghardt, Walter 67-8 , 74 , 81
Cassian (John) 5 , 8 , 10 , 12 , 14-17 , 28 , 52 , 132-203 , 206-7 , 216 , 218 , 220-3 , 226
Celestine, Pope 8 , 10 , 17 , 57 , 133 , 180 n. , 216-18 , 220
Chalcedon:
Council of (ad 451) 1 , 4 , 29 , 197 , 214 n. , 218
Definition of 1-4 , 9-11 , 15 , 129 , 203 , 220-1
Chadwick, Henry 130
Chadwick, Owen 189
charitology17, 45 , 168 , 210 , 214 , 223 ; see also grace
Christ (Jesus):
as a divinely-indwelt man 55-7
as a graced man 40-6 , 52 , 224
as a grammatical subject 22 , 49-50 , 58
as the Logos incarnate 25 , 113-16 , 124-32 , 185-7 , 197-9 , 202-3 , 208-9 , 211-13 , 217-22 , 224

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