Origenism
Origenism Or"i*gen*ism, n. (Eccl. Hist.) The opinions of Origen of Alexandria, who lived in the 3d century, one of the most learned of the Greek Fathers. Prominent in his teaching was the doctrine that all created beings, including Satan, will ultimately be saved. [1913 Webster]

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  • origenism — ORIGENÍSM s. n. doctrina lui Origene care, susţinând că Fiul este subordonat Tatălui, iar Duhul Sfânt Fiului, nega caracterul etern al pedepselor de după moarte şi admitea eternitatea materiei şi preexistenţa sufletului faţă de trup. (< fr.… …   Dicționar Român

  • origenism — noun The opinions of Origen of Alexandria, who lived in the 3d century, one of the most learned of the Greek Fathers. Prominent in his teaching was the doctrine that all created beings, including Satan, will ultimately be saved …   Wiktionary

  • origenism — or·i·gen·ism …   English syllables

  • Origenism —  Оригенство …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • Origenism —    This term is derived from the name of the early Christian philosopher and theologian Origen (ca. AD 182 251), who proposed various senses of the Scriptures and also attempted to reconcile Christian doctrine with Greek philosophy;some teachings …   Glossary of theological terms

  • origenism — ˈ ̷ ̷ ̷ ̷ jə̇ˌnizəm, ˌjeˌn noun ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Origen died A.D. 254? + English ism : the doctrines held by or attributed to the 3d century Christian theologian Origen who sought to work out a complete Christian… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Origen and Origenism — • Provides a biography and review of his works, as well as commentary on posthumous influences and the Origenistic Crises Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Origen and Origenism     Origen and Origenism …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Origen — This article is about the 3rd century theologian. For other uses, see Origen (disambiguation). Origen Era Ante Nicene Fathers Born 184/5 Probably Alexandria, Egypt …   Wikipedia

  • Fathers of the Church — • The word Father is used in the New Testament to mean a teacher of spiritual things, by whose means the soul of man is born again into the likeness of Christ: Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Fathers of the Church      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Second Council of Constantinople — Date 553 Accepted by Roman Catholics, Old Catholics, Eastern Orthodox Previous council Council of Chalcedon Next council Third Council of Constantinople …   Wikipedia

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