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1. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Emanuela Prinzivalli, l’anniversario della battaglia di Ponte Milvio del 28 ottobre 312
2. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Clara Burini de Lorenzi, La Peregrinatio di Paola: Agiografia ed Esegesi (Girolamo, ep. 108)
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In Letter 108, Jerome describes the itinerary of Paula from Rome to Bethlehem (108:7-14). This section introduces hagiographic and exegetical elements: the route becomes the celebration and memory of exemplary pietas while the places consent once more to the teaching of the Scripture and the inalienable principle “from letter to spirit”.
3. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Alessandro Capone, A proposito di una recente pubblicazione sull’esegesi siriaca
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The article presents some critical remarks on the recent book by Sabino Chialà: La perla dai molti riflessi. La lettura della Scrittura nei padri siriaci, Magnano 2014.
4. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Vittorino Grossi, Costantino il Grande. Alle radici dell’Europa. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studio in occasione del 1700° anniversario della Battaglia diPonte Milvio e della conversione di Costantino, a cura di E. dal Covolo - G. Sfameni Gasparro
5. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Maurizio Girolami, I silenzi delle Sacre Scritture. Limiti e possibilità di rivelazione del Logos negli scritti di Filone, Clemente e Origene; Emmanuel Albano
6. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Juan Antonio Gaytán Luna, L’unità dell’amore. Lineamenti per una teologia dell’amore sponsale in Sant’Agostino by Laura Consoli
7. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Mª Amparo Mateo Donet, The cult of the saints. Its Rise and Function in Latin Christianity
8. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Margherita Cecchelli, Nota sui titoli romani e le regioni ecclesiastiche
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This article studies the organization of Christian Rome − which encapsulated not only the city inside the walls, but also the suburban area replete with sanctuaries dedicated to the many Roman martyrs. These sanctuaries required a careful management that was entrusted to the titular churches (the old parishes). Their particular classification respected their singular dignitas that was bestowed upon them according to the importance of their functions. The titlesreflected the fabric of the seven ecclesiastical regions into which the city inside the walls had been divided. A second part of this study presents an exploration of the most ancient titles from the fourth to the sixth century, and some problematic cases, as well as the development and proper peculiarities of each ecclesiastical region, beginning with the seventh region: Trastevere (Transtiberina) and Tiber Island, on account of its odd history and also due to the interference of the Portuense diocese.
9. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Juan Antonio Gaytán Luna, Risurrezione dei morti e/o della carne. A proposito di due recenti pubblicazioni
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This note analyzes two recently published volumes: G. Di Palma, Cristo primizia dei morti e la risurrezione dei credenti. Studio su 1Cor 15, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, Bern 2014, and A. Bizzozero, Una catechesi sulla risurrezione dei morti. Analisi dei Sermoni 361 e 362 di Agostino di Ippona, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, Frankfurt am Main 2014. In it, the Author highlights the merits and the shortcomings of both volumes.
10. Augustinianum: Volume > 55 > Issue: 1
Mauricio Saavedra Monroy, A Note Regarding the Status of Investigations in Asiatic Theology
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In the region of Asia Minor and above all in Smyrna up to the third and fourth centuries the tension between Jews and Christians is palpable. In the Martyrdom of Polycarp and in the Martyrdom of Pionius, it is clear that the social ascendency of Judaism in Smyrna was exploited on various occasions until it became a co-protagonist in the persecution against the Christians. Despite the gradual separation and differentiation between Jews and Christians, both the New Testament and subsequent Christian literature in Smyrna report that no self-understanding of Christianity in relation to its deepest roots escaped its necessary confrontation with Judaism.