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Justin Martyr and Philosopher (c. 100-c. 165). First Apology addressed to Antonius Pius and his adopted sons. How would you date the apology? Hint: Look up Apol . 1. 46. Dialog with Trypho is placed in the time of Jewish War. Justin’s birth place: Flavia Neapolis (Nablus) in Palestine.

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Justin martyr and philosopher c 100 c 165
Justin Martyr and Philosopher (c. 100-c. 165)

  • First Apology addressed to Antonius Pius and his adopted sons. How would you date the apology? Hint: Look up Apol. 1. 46.

  • Dialog with Trypho is placed in the time of Jewish War.

Justin’s birth place: Flavia Neapolis (Nablus) in Palestine


Hadrian 117 138
Hadrian (117-138)

Hadrian sacrificing to Apollo





Creation ex nihilo in the septuagint not tanakh
Creation ex nihilo in the Septuagint (not Tanakh)

  • The mother of the seven Maccabean brothers, addressing her youngest son, about to be killed by Antiochus Epiphanes IV:

    “I beg you, child, to look at the heavens and the earth and see all that is in them; then you will know that God did not make them out of existing things; and in the same way the human race came into existence. (2 Maccabees 7: 28).”


Mysterious Lady addresses Hermas:

“God, who dwells in the heavens, and made out of nothing the things that exist, and multiplied and increased them on account of His holy Church, is angry with you for having sinned against me.”

Shepherd of Hermas, Vision 1. 1.


Church of Santa Sabina in Rome (5th c.).Female figures personifying “the church of the circumcised” and “the church of the Gentiles”


Triclinum
Triclinum

Mithraeum (1st c. C. E.) under the Church of San Clemente in Rome


177 m. Vienne & Lyons

112 p. Trajan

203 m. Perpetua

249-51 p. Decius

200

100

300

35-107 Ignatius of Antioch

69-155 Polycarp

84-160Marcion; 100-160 Justin

105?-165?Valentinus

130?-180?Ptolemy

130-200 Irenaeus of Lyons

150-215 Clement of Alexandria

150-236? Hippolytus

160-225Tertullian

185-254Origen


Map 2 nd c

Map 2nd c.


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