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The Book Edward the Confessor
The Author Frank Barlow
The Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date1984-01-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 375
ISBN 0520053192
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Combines political biography and acute historical scholarship to provide a documented account of the life and reign of this eleventh-century Anglo-Danish monarch who was canonized as a saint


The Book Edward the Confessor
The Author Richard Mortimer
The Publisher Boydell Pr
Release Date2009-03-19
Genre Art
Pages 203
ISBN STANFORD:36105132207106
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The life and cult of Edward the Confessor are here fully reappraised.


The Book The lives of Edward the confessor
The Author Luard
The Publisher
Release Date1858
Genre
Pages
ISBN BML:37001102042228
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The Oxford Handbook of Maximus the Confessor
The Author Pauline Allen
The Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date2015
Genre History
Pages 611
ISBN 9780199673834
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Maximus the Confessor (c.580-662) has become one of the most discussed figures in contemporary patristic studies. This is partly due to the relatively recent discovery and critical edition of his works in various genres, including On the Ascetic Life, Four Centuries on Charity, Two Centuries on Theology and the Incarnation, On the 'Our Father', two separate Books of Difficulties, addressed to John and to Thomas, Questions and Doubts, Questions to Thalassius, Mystagogy and the Short Theological and Polemical Works. The impact of these works reached far beyond the Greek East, with his involvement in the western resistance to imperial heresy, notably at the Lateran Synod in 649. Together with Pope Martin I (649-53 CE), Maximus the Confessor and his circle were the most vocal opponents of Constantinople's introduction of the doctrine of monothelitism. This dispute over the number of wills in Christ became a contest between the imperial government and church of Constantinople on the one hand, and the bishop of Rome in concert with eastern monks such as Maximus, John Moschus, and Sophronius, on the other, over the right to define orthodoxy. An understanding of the difficult relations between church and state in this troubled period at the close of Late Antiquity is necessary for a full appreciation of Maximus' contribution to this controversy. The editors of this volume provide the political and historical background to Maximus' activities, as well as a summary of his achievements in the spheres of theology and philosophy, especially neo-Platonism and Aristotelianism.


The Book Maximus the Confessor
The Author Andrew Louth
The Publisher Routledge
Release Date2005-08-18
Genre History
Pages 240
ISBN 9781134814909
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: St Maximus the Confessor, the greatest of Byzantine theologians, lived through the most catastrophic period the Byzantine Empire was to experience before the Crusades. This book introduces the reader to the times and upheavals during which Maximus lived. It discusses his cosmic vision of humanity and the role of the church. The study makes available a selection of Maximus' theological treaties many of them translated for the first time. The translations are accompanied by a lucid and informed introduction.


The Book The confessor
The Author Confessor
The Publisher
Release Date1851
Genre
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ISBN OXFORD:600078496
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The English Nobility Under Edward the Confessor
The Author Peter A. Clarke
The Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
Release Date1994
Genre History
Pages 386
ISBN UOM:39015032936745
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: As well as Domesday, Dr Clarke makes full use of all other available evidence, such as chronicles and charters, and skilfully builds a detailed and convincing picture of landholding and lordship in eleventh-century England. He assesses the impact of the Norman Conquest, contrasting conditions under Edward the Confessor with those of the Norman regime.


The Book Edward the Confessor
The Author Claire Throp
The Publisher Raintree
Release Date2018-06-28
Genre
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ISBN 9781474734127
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Maximus Confessor
The Author Saint Maximus (Confessor)
The Publisher Paulist Press
Release Date1985
Genre Religion
Pages 240
ISBN 0809126591
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This volume includes a translation of four spiritual treatises of Maximus the Confessor (c. 580-662), plus an account of his trial. Included are The Four Hundred Chapters of Love, Commentary on the Lord's Prayer, Chapters on Knowledge, The Church's Mystagogy, and Trial of Maximus.


The Book Origen of Alexandria and St Maximus the Confessor
The Author Edward Moore
The Publisher Universal-Publishers
Release Date2005
Genre Religion
Pages 232
ISBN 1581122616
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The revision of Origen's philosophical theology by St. Maximus the Confessor resulted in an eschatology involving the replacement of the human ego by the divine presence. In this study, I will examine the theological developments that led to this loss of a sense of human freedom and creativity in the face of the divine, tracing the influence of Origen's eschatology through the Cappadocian Fathers, Evagrius Ponticus and others, up to Maximus. This will allow me to show the manner in which Origen's humanistic theology was misunderstood and misinterpreted throughout the Patristic era, culminating in the anti-personalistic system of Maximus. Special attention will be paid to the development of Christian Neoplatonism, and how Christian contacts with the pagan philosophical schools came to have a profound effect on Eastern Patristic theology and philosophy. The final section of this study will suggest some ways in which the history of Patristic eschatology - especially Origen and Maximus - may serve as a fruitful source for contemporary theologians who are concerned with issues of personhood, creativity, and existential authenticity.


The Book Edward the Confessor
The Author Peter Rex
The Publisher Amberley Pub Plc
Release Date2013
Genre Biography & Autobiography
Pages 288
ISBN 1445604760
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The first major biography of Edward the Confessor for almost 40 years.


The Book Edward the Confessor and the Norman Conquest
The Author Frank Barlow
The Publisher
Release Date1966
Genre Normans
Pages 15
ISBN NWU:35556010883924
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The Christocentric Cosmology of St Maximus the Confessor
The Author Torstein Tollefsen
The Publisher OUP Oxford
Release Date2008-08-07
Genre Religion
Pages 256
ISBN 9780191553233
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: St. Maximus the Confessor (580-662), was a major Byzantine thinker, a theologian and philosopher. He developed a philosophical theology in which the doctrine of God, creation, the cosmic order, and salvation is integrated in a unified conception of reality. Christ, the divine Logos, is the centre of the principles (the logoi ) according to which the cosmos is created, and in accordance with which it shall convert to its divine source. Torstein Tollefsen treats Maximus' thought from a philosophical point of view, and discusses similar thought patterns in pagan Neoplatonism. The study focuses on Maximus' doctrine of creation, in which he denies the possibility of eternal coexistence of uncreated divinity and created and limited being. Tollefsen shows that by the logoi God institutes an ordered cosmos in which separate entities of different species are ontologically interrelated, with man as the centre of the created world. The book also investigates Maximus' teaching of God's activities or energies, and shows how participation in these energies is conceived according to the divine principles of the logoi. An extensive discussion of the complex topic of participation is provided.


The Book Night of the Confessor
The Author Tomas Halik
The Publisher Image
Release Date2012-01-10
Genre Religion
Pages 240
ISBN 9780307952820
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Tomáš Halík is a wise guide for the post-Christian era, and never more so than in his latest work, a thought-provoking and powerful reflection on the relationship between faith, paradox, change, and resurrection. As the challenges of cultural secularization and dwindling congregation size confront religious communities across North America and Europe, and the Catholic Church in particular, Tomáš Halík is a prophetic voice of hope. He has lived through the political oppression and intolerance of religion that defined Communist Czechoslovakia, and he draws from this experience to remind readers that not only does crisis lead to deeper understanding but also that any living religion is a changing religion. The central messages of Christianity have always seemed impossible, from peace and forgiveness in the face of a harsh world to love and self-sacrifice despite human selfishness to the victory of resurrection through the defeat of the cross. Acceptance of paradox therefore is the way forward, Halík explains. It is a difficult way that offers an unclear immediate future, but it is ultimately the only honest way.


The Book The Body in St Maximus the Confessor
The Author Adam G. Cooper
The Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date2005-02-03
Genre Religion
Pages 287
ISBN 019927570X
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: Contemporary scholarship recognises in Maximus the Confessor a theologian of towering intellectual importance. In this book Adam Cooper puts to him the question of what is the place of the material order &, specifically, of the human body, in God's creative, redemptive, & perfective economies?


The Book Lives of Edward the Confessor
The Author Henry Richards Luard
The Publisher
Release Date1858
Genre
Pages 448
ISBN OXFORD:300002065
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book Maximus the Confessor and his Companions
The Author Pauline Allen
The Publisher OUP Oxford
Release Date2003-01-16
Genre Religion
Pages 226
ISBN 9780191583421
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: The seven documents in this book, which appear for the first time in an English translation from Greek and Latin, constitute a unique contemporary witness to the stalwart opposition of the monk Maximus the Confessor to seventh-century imperial edicts enforcing adherence to the doctrines of monoenergism and monothelitism (the doctrines that in Christ there are, respectively, only one energy and one will). The monastic resistance led by Maximus gained the support of Popes John IV, Theodore, and Martin I and found many other followers in the West, as can be judged by the convocation of 150 bishops at the Lateran Synod in Rome in 649 to condemn imperial religious policy. The documents, which have been translated from a recent critical edition, cover events from the time of Maximus' arrival in Constantinople for his first legal trial in 655; the futile attempts to persuade him to accept an imperial compromise; to his final trial in the capital in 662, and his death under appalling conditions in Lazica, on the coast of the Black Sea, in the same year. The contents of these documents provide a rare insight into the difficult period of transition from the decentralized provincial system of government that characterized late antiquity, to a more hierarchical structure centred on the power of the emperor in Constantinople. They also shed light on some lesser-known but significant participants in the monothelite controversy, several of whom followed their master into exile in Lazica; Maximus' two disciples Anastasius the monk and Anastasius the Apocrisiarius, their friends Theodore Spudaeus, Theodosius of Gangra, and the brothers Theodore and Euprepius. The religious controversies of both East and West appear in these documents against a backdrop of political turmoil, and Arab and Persian invasions. The documents will be important for those interested in early Byzantine studies, church history, historical theology, and hagiography.


The Book Maximus the Confessor
The Author Paul M. Blowers
The Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date2016-02-04
Genre Religion
Pages 368
ISBN 9780191068805
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: This study contextualizes the achievement of a strategically crucial figure in Byzantium's turbulent seventh century, the monk and theologian Maximus the Confessor (580-662). Building on newer biographical research and a growing international body of scholarship, as well as on fresh examination of his diverse literary corpus, Paul Blowers develops a profile integrating the two principal initiatives of Maximus's career: first, his reinterpretation of the christocentric economy of creation and salvation as a framework for expounding the spiritual and ascetical life of monastic and non-monastic Christians; and second, his intensifying public involvement in the last phase of the ancient christological debates, the monothelete controversy, wherein Maximus helped lead an East-West coalition against Byzantine imperial attempts doctrinally to limit Jesus Christ to a single (divine) activity and will devoid of properly human volition. Blowers identifies what he terms Maximus's "cosmo-politeian" worldview, a contemplative and ascetical vision of the participation of all created beings in the novel politeia, or reordered existence, inaugurated by Christ's "new theandric energy". Maximus ultimately insinuated his teaching on the christoformity and cruciformity of the human vocation with his rigorous explication of the precise constitution of Christ's own composite person. In outlining this cosmo-politeian theory, Blowers additionally sets forth a "theo-dramatic" reading of Maximus, inspired by Hans Urs von Balthasar, which depicts the motion of creation and history according to the christocentric "plot" or interplay of divine and creaturely freedoms. Blowers also amplifies how Maximus's cumulative achievement challenged imperial ideology in the seventh century—the repercussions of which cost him his life-and how it generated multiple recontextualizations in the later history of theology.


The Book History of England from the death of Edward the confessor to the death of John
The Author
The Publisher
Release Date1874
Genre
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ISBN OXFORD:590287508
Language English, Spanish, And French
The Book The Confessor
The Author Mark Allen Smith
The Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date2014-05-08
Genre Fiction
Pages 400
ISBN 9780857207746
Language English, Spanish, And French

READING: ' Brilliant thriller' Publishers Weekly Everyone is looking for Geiger... Detached and with an innate ability to recognize lies, Geiger was the best of the best in the field of Information Retrieval. Until he was asked to break his only rule and do the unthinkable - to torture a child. Something broke in Geiger's neatly controlled mind, opening up a flood of terrible memories long kept at bay. And now Geiger is missing, presumed dead. But, with no body ever found, there are a number of people invested in finding out the truth. One of those people is Harry Boddicker, Geiger's old handler and friend. Another is his bitter rival, Dalton, who is determined to find Geiger and extract a final confession from him, before carrying out his deadly revenge. But no one has reckoned on Zanni Soames - a woman more dangerous than any of them could imagine, and hell-bent on winning the race to find Geiger first. The new novel from Mark Allen Smith is a masterfully written thriller that will send you spinning from New York to Paris and back again, and into the darkest depths of the man known only as Geiger. Praise for Mark Allen Smith '[A] brilliant, sometimes brutal, thriller' Publishers Weekly 'One of the most original thrillers since S. J. Watson's Before I Go To Sleep' Guardian 'An involving thriller that leaves you hoping for the return of its oddly winning hero' Kirkus