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Philoxenus of Mabbug was one of the most significant Syriac writers. Widely recognized for his advocacy of Miaphysitism, he was ordained bishop of Mabbug in 485. Philoxenus was an elegant, scholarly writer, who applied his skills to works of practical Christianity—most notably, his revised version of the Bible. His extant discourses are prime examples of his masterful style and devout beliefs. Included in The Discourses of Philoxenus are each of his surviving discourses, covering subjects such as faith, simplicity, the fear of God, poverty, and fornication. Also included is an in-depth study of Philoxenus’ life, creed, and works by Ernest A. Wallis Budge.
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Philoxenus of Mabbug (died 523) also known as Xenaias or Philoxenus of Hierapolis, was one of the most significant Syriac writers and an advocate of Miaphysitism. After years of writing on the unity of divinity and humanity in Jesus, Philoxenus was ordained bishop of Mabbug in 485. Philoxenus later composed 13 homilies on Christian life and revised the Syriac version of the Bible, which became known as the Philoxenian version.
Ernest A. Wallis Budge (1857–1934) was an English Egyptologist, Orientalist, and philologist who worked for the British Museum. His other translated works include The Paradise of the Holy Fathers.