Publicado en el 2003 en
Institución Editora: Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Editorial Idioma: Español
The apostle St. John impacted on Irenaeus through Policarpus from Smyrna. It is possible to track down distinctive aspects of the fourth Evangelist’s though by researching the work of the Bishop of Lyon, mainly in reference to his emphasis on the incarnation and on hissoteriology, which emphasises the individual relationship between the believer and God. We attempt to trace similarities between the Lugdunensis’s deep realism and that of the one which is considered by the tradition as the last eyewitness of the incarnated Verb. We will start from an analysis of the historical bond which links Irenaeus to John, and follow some of the main lines of his writings.
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