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Vindiciae Ignatianae; or, The Genuine Writings of St. Ignatius as Exhibited in the Ancient Syriac Version, Vindicated from the Charge of Heresy
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Vindiciae Ignatianae; or, The Genuine Writings of St. Ignatius as Exhibited in the Ancient Syriac Version, Vindicated from the Charge of Heresy

by

Rivingtons 1846

Overview

In this volume, historian and clergyman William Cureton defends authenticity and orthodoxy of the Syriac epistles of Ignatius of Antioch.

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Key Features

  • Defends the authenticity of the Syriac epistles
  • Explores issues of orthodoxy with Ignatius’ epistles

Product Details

  • Title: Vindiciae Ignatianae; or, The Genuine Writings of St. Ignatius as Exhibited in the Ancient Syriac Version, Vindicated from the Charge of Heresy
  • Author: William Cureton
  • Publication Date: 1846
  • Pages: 120
  • Resource Type: Topical
  • Topic: Apostolic Fathers

About William Cureton

William Cureton (1808–1864) was assistant keeper of manuscripts in the British Museum and later canon of Westminster Abbey. His works include Remains of a Very Ancient Recension of the Four Gospels in Syriac, Fragments of the Iliad of Homer from a Syriac Palimpsest, and Ancient Syriac Documents Relative to the Earliest Establishment of Christianity in Edessa and the Neighboring Countries.