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Threnodia apollinaris

Elkanah Settle

Threnodia apollinaris

A funeral poem, to the memory of the Right Honourable William Earl Cowper, &c. By E. Settle.

by Elkanah Settle

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Published by printed for the author in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 1492, no. 31.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination12p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16858355M

High mineral content. Low sodium. The quality table waters. Total dissolved solids: mg per liter. Product of Germany. Warnings: Contents under pressure. Open slowly away from face. Manufacturer: Liberty Richter, Inc. Address: Saddle Brook, NJ 0. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user :

  According to Socrates (Hist. Eccl., II, xlvi; III, xvi), the elder Apollinaris translated the Pentateuch into Greek hexameters, converted the first two books of Kings into an epic poem of twenty­four cantos, wrote tragedies modelled on Euripides, comedies after the manner of Menander, and odes imitated from Pindar. IV. The Heresy of Apollinaris (From Notes, dated Aug ) § 1. {} THE Apollinarian heresy is at first sight antithetical to Arianism; Arians denying our Lord's true divinity, and Apollinaris His true humanity. [For a good and interesting account of Apollinaris, against Bossuet, Appendix in vol. 28 of "Popish Controversy;" vid. also Petavius de Incarn.

Apollinarism synonyms, Apollinarism pronunciation, Apollinarism translation, English dictionary definition of Apollinarism. a late 4th-century heretical doctrine asserting that Christ had a perfect divine nature, an imperfect human nature, and a mind replaced by the Logos. BOOK I I. To his friend Constantius c. A.D. [1] WITH all the influence you derive from a genius for sound advice, you have long urged me to correct, revise, and bring together in one volume the more finished of those occasional letters which matters, men, and times have drawn from me: I am to set presumptuous foot where Symmachus of the ample manner, and Pliny of the perfected art have.


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Apollinaris is a German naturally sparkling mineral water, owned by Coca-Cola. 2 Sports sponsorship. 3 Cultural references. American ad for the water, along the wall of a baseball stadium, circa The spring was discovered by chance in in Georg Kreuzberg’s vineyard, in Bad Neuenahr, Germany.

He named it after St Apollinaris of Country: Germany/USA. Get this from a library. Threnodia apollinaris: a funeral poem to the memory of the Right Honourable Charles E.

of Hallifax. By E. Settle. [Elkanah Settle]. Apollinaris The Younger, Latin Apollinarius, (born c. —died c. ), bishop of Laodicea who developed the heretical position concerning the nature of Christ called Apollinarianism. With his father, Apollinaris the Elder, he reproduced the Old Testament in the form of Homeric and Pindaric poetry and the New Testament in the style of Platonic dialogues after the Roman emperor Julian had.

Get this from a library. Threnodia apollinaris.: a funeral poem to the memory of the Right Honourable Charles E. of Hallifax, and Knight of the most Noble Order. Personal name. Apollinaris, a correspondent of Pliny the Younger (61 – c); Saint Apollinaris of Ravenna (flourished 1st or 2nd century), martyr and first bishop of Ravenna, the most prominent of several saints called Apollinaris; Apollinarius (astrologer), a first or second century AD astrologer Sulpicius Apollinaris (2nd century), Latin grammarian from Carthage.

Apollinaris on Christology. In this article I will explain the Christology of the fourth-century theologian Apollinaris of Laodicea. I will explore three aspects of his Christology: 1) the relationship between the divine and the human in Christ; 2) the connection of this divine-human relationship to salvation; and 3) the mode of unity in Christ.

I will show how the Christology of Apollinaris. From the Same Book. Claudius Apollinaris, Bishop of Hierapolis, and Apologist[a.d. ] This author, an early apologist, is chiefly interesting as a competent witness, who tells the story of the Thundering Legion in an artless manner, and gives it the simple character of an answer to.

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Sometimes despite all that and if you left that last sip /5(10). Apollinarism or Apollinarianism is a Christological concept proposed by Apollinaris of Laodicea (died ) that argues that Jesus had a normal human body but a divine mind instead of a regular human was deemed heretical in and virtually died out within the following decades.

Apollinaris sidonius tome second [Sollius C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. in8. : Sollius C. by Matt Slick. Apollinarianism was the heresy taught by Apollinaris the Younger, bishop of Laodicea in Syria about At the time when the doctrine of the Trinity was being established in an official sense, he taught that the Logos of God, which became the divine nature of Christ, took the place of the rational human soul of Jesus and that the body of Christ was a glorified form of human nature.

Question: "What is Apollinarianism?" Answer: Apollinarianism was a fourth-century Christian heresy that plagued the early church and that denied the full humanity and perfection of Jesus Christ.

It is named after Apollinaris the Younger, who was bishop of the Laodicean church and who originated the teaching c. AD Sidonius Apollinaris is the author of Poems. Letters ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 1 review, published ), Letters, Books ( avg rating, 9 rati 4/5.

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In poor condition, suitable as a reading copy. No dust jacket. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,grams, ISBN: Seller Inventory #   To this number Apollinaris must be considered as belonging.

`Thereupon, ‘he says, `the legion which had by its prayer caused the prodigy received from the emperor a title suitable to the occurrence, and was called in the Roman language the Thunder-hurling Legion.'” From the Book Concerning the Passover.

Apollinaris definition: an effervescent mineral water | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. According to tradition, Saint Peter sent Apollinaris to Ravenna, Italy, as its first bishop. His preaching of the Good News was so successful that the pagans there beat him and drove him from the city.

He returned, however, and was exiled a second time. After preaching in the area surrounding Ravenna, he entered the city : Franciscan Media. Apollinaris is a German naturally sparkling mineral water, very well known in German-speaking countries as "The Queen of Table Waters". The spring was discovered by chance in in Georg Kreuzberg's vineyard, in Bad Neuenahr, Germany.

He named it after Saint Apollinaris, a patron saint of wine. Apollinaris of Laodicea APOLLINARIS OF LAODICEA: Life. The name of two men, father and son, known to Church history.

Apollinaris the Elder was an Alexandrian, taught grammar at Berytus, and then at Laodicea in Syria, and was made a presbyter at the latter place. The Apollinaris spring in the Ahr Valley of Germany was known to the Romans nearly two thousand years ago.

But the water wasn't bottled until the mids after Georg Kreuzberg investigated an area of his vineyard in which the vines were not growing well and discovered carbon dioxide gas.

The most illustrious of the Bishops of Valence, b. at Vienne, ; d. He lived in the time of the irruption of the barbarians, and unhappily Valence, which was the central see of the recently founded Kingdom of Burgundy, had been scandalized by the dissolute Bishop Maximus, and the see in consequence had been vacant for fifty years.

Early accounts report that Saint Apollinaris was ordained Bishop by Saint Peter himself and sent as a missionary bishop to Ravenna during the reign of .