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The Resource Christ the educator, translated by Simon P. Wood, (electronic resource)

Christ the educator, translated by Simon P. Wood, (electronic resource)

Label
Christ the educator
Title
Christ the educator
Statement of responsibility
translated by Simon P. Wood
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
  • eng
  • lat
  • eng
Member of
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approximately 150-approximately 215
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Clement
Dewey number
248
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Wood, Simon P
Series statement
The Fathers of the Church, a new translation
Series volume
v. 23
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Christian life
Label
Christ the educator, translated by Simon P. Wood, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Translation of Paedagogus
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page xix)
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Contents""; ""Book One""; ""1. What the Educator of little ones professes to accomplish . . .""; ""2. That it is because of our sinfulness that He has taken charge of us as Educator . . .""; ""3. The Educator's love for men . . .""; ""4. That the Word is the Educator of both men and women alike . . .""; ""5. That all who seek the truth are children in God's eyes . . .""; ""6. An answer to those who consider that the designation 'child' and 'little one' implies the teaching of purely elementary lessons . . .""
  • ""7. Who the Educator of little ones is, and what sort of training He imparts . . .""""8. An answer to those who refuse to consider justice good . . .""; ""9. That it is the same faculty which performs acts of kindness and administers just punishment . . .""; ""10. That it is through the same Word that God restrains mankind from sin by the use of threats and saves it by the use of encouragement . . .""; ""11. That it is through the Law and the Prophets that the Word once educated . . .""
  • ""12. That our Educator, in keeping with His paternal character, makes use of both severity and kindness . . .""""13. That just as living virtuously is living according to right reason, so sin is contrary to reason . . .""; ""Book Two""; ""1. How we should conduct ourselves in eating . . .""; ""2. How we should act in drinking . . .""; ""3. That we should not be overeager for precious vessels . . .""; ""4. How we should enjoy ourselves at banquets . . .""; ""5. On laughter . . .""; ""6. On obscene talk . . .""; ""7. What those who live peacefully together should avoid . . .""
  • ""8. Whether ornaments and crowns should be used . . .""""9. How we should regard sleep . . .""; ""10. What is to be discussed in the matter of procreation of children . . .""; ""11. Of footwear . . .""; ""12. That we should not be dazzled by stones and gold . . .""; ""Book Three""; ""1. On true beauty . . .""; ""2. That we ought not to cultivate artificial beauty . . .""; ""3. Against men who cultivate artificial beauty . . .""; ""4. On the companions we should associate with . . .""; ""5. How we should act at the baths . . .""; ""6. That only the Christian is rich . . .""
  • ""7. That frugality is an adequate means of sustenance for the Christian . . .""""8. That images and examples are the most important part of good instruction . . .""; ""9. On the motive permitting us to indulge in the baths . . .""; ""10. That even bodily exercise is allowed to those who live according to reason . . .""; ""11. A general summary of the more excellent way of life . . .""; ""12. Continuation of the same, with many passages from Scripture describing the life of Christians . . .""
Control code
ocn647923144
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 309 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813215624
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)647923144
Label
Christ the educator, translated by Simon P. Wood, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Translation of Paedagogus
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page xix)
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""Contents""; ""Book One""; ""1. What the Educator of little ones professes to accomplish . . .""; ""2. That it is because of our sinfulness that He has taken charge of us as Educator . . .""; ""3. The Educator's love for men . . .""; ""4. That the Word is the Educator of both men and women alike . . .""; ""5. That all who seek the truth are children in God's eyes . . .""; ""6. An answer to those who consider that the designation 'child' and 'little one' implies the teaching of purely elementary lessons . . .""
  • ""7. Who the Educator of little ones is, and what sort of training He imparts . . .""""8. An answer to those who refuse to consider justice good . . .""; ""9. That it is the same faculty which performs acts of kindness and administers just punishment . . .""; ""10. That it is through the same Word that God restrains mankind from sin by the use of threats and saves it by the use of encouragement . . .""; ""11. That it is through the Law and the Prophets that the Word once educated . . .""
  • ""12. That our Educator, in keeping with His paternal character, makes use of both severity and kindness . . .""""13. That just as living virtuously is living according to right reason, so sin is contrary to reason . . .""; ""Book Two""; ""1. How we should conduct ourselves in eating . . .""; ""2. How we should act in drinking . . .""; ""3. That we should not be overeager for precious vessels . . .""; ""4. How we should enjoy ourselves at banquets . . .""; ""5. On laughter . . .""; ""6. On obscene talk . . .""; ""7. What those who live peacefully together should avoid . . .""
  • ""8. Whether ornaments and crowns should be used . . .""""9. How we should regard sleep . . .""; ""10. What is to be discussed in the matter of procreation of children . . .""; ""11. Of footwear . . .""; ""12. That we should not be dazzled by stones and gold . . .""; ""Book Three""; ""1. On true beauty . . .""; ""2. That we ought not to cultivate artificial beauty . . .""; ""3. Against men who cultivate artificial beauty . . .""; ""4. On the companions we should associate with . . .""; ""5. How we should act at the baths . . .""; ""6. That only the Christian is rich . . .""
  • ""7. That frugality is an adequate means of sustenance for the Christian . . .""""8. That images and examples are the most important part of good instruction . . .""; ""9. On the motive permitting us to indulge in the baths . . .""; ""10. That even bodily exercise is allowed to those who live according to reason . . .""; ""11. A general summary of the more excellent way of life . . .""; ""12. Continuation of the same, with many passages from Scripture describing the life of Christians . . .""
Control code
ocn647923144
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xxiii, 309 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780813215624
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)647923144

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