Byzantine Theology: Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes

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Index
The most important references are designated by boldface.
Akathistos hymnos, 30
Akindynos, Gregory, 77, 188
Akoimetai, 19, 118
Alaska, 218
Alexandria, school of, 7-8, 21-22, 33, 156
Alexis, patriarch, 119
Alexis I, Comnenos, emperor, 198
allegorism, 21-22
Almazov, A., 196
Ambrose of Milan, 60
Anastasius of Antioch, 34
Anastasius I, emperor, 19, 30
Andrew of Crete, 123, 147
angels, 136
Anselm of Canterbury, 106, 112, 160, 195
Anthony II, patriarch, 87
Anthony IV, patriarch, 214
anthropology, 32, 52, 76-77, 108-109, 138-50
Antioch, school of, 7-8, 22-23, 32-33, 50, 59, 145, 153-54
antinomy, 5, 224-27
aphthartodocetism, 156-57, 160
apokatastasis, 163, 222
Apollinaris, apollinarianism, 95-96, 154, 204
apophatic theology, 11-14, 59
"Apostolic canons," 80
Arethas of Caesarea, 55
Armenians, 36, 39, 42, 54, 95-96, 116, 119
Arsenius Autoreianos, patriarch; "Arsenites," 87
Athanasius of Alexandria, 3, 4, 7-8, 21, 33-34, 57, 93, 129-30, 154, 161, 162, 168, 170-71, 181
Athanasius I, patriarch, 76, 86
Augustine of Hippo, 60, 92, 106, 112, 143-45, 181, 186
Auxentios, 122
azymes, 95-96, 110, 204-205, 206
Balsamon, Theodore, 85-86, 117
baptism, 68, 108, 116, 134-35, 145, 192-95; by immersion, 95
Barlaam, the Calabrian, 9, 13, 76, 103, 105, 113, 123, 139, 188
Basel, council of, 109
Basil of Caesarea, 6, 8, 88-89, 117, 133, 163, 168, 169, 174-75, 183, 185, 188, 197, 202
Basil I, emperor, 83
Basil, prince of Moscow, 214
Basilics, 83, 85
Baumstarck, A, 118
Beck, H.-G., 92
Bessarion of Nicaea, 106, 111-14
Blastares, Matthew, 85
Bréhier, E., 23
Bryennios, Joseph, 107, 111
Cabasilas, Nicholas, 4, 96, 104, 107- 109, 118, 147-48, 163, 171, 175, 191- 94, 201, 205-208
Cabasilas, Nilus, 107, 112
caesaropapism, 5-6; see also "symphony"
Calecas, Manuel, 106
Callistos, patriarch, 86
canon of Scripture, 7-8
canons of local councils, 81
canons of ecumenical councils, 80-81
canons of the holy fathers, 81
celibacy of the priesthood, 60, 94
cenobitism, 66-67

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION vii
  • Bibliography 229
  • Index 239
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