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Ritter, Adolf Martin
Studia Chrysostomica. Aufsätze zu Weg, Werk und Wirkung des Johannes Chrysostomos (ca. 349–407).
Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2012. XXIII, 233 S. = Studien und Texte zu Antike und Christentum, 71. Kart. EUR 69,00. ISBN 978-3-16-152035-8.
The best way to describe this volume is as a hybrid collection of published essays produced by a senior scholar over a lengthy career, which includes additional bonus material. The theme of all of the essays, evident from the title and subtitle, is the thought, work, and impact of John Chrysostom, a fourth-century bishop who produced more than eight hundred surviving works and who is revered as a saint and hierarch within Orthodox Christianity. The author Adolf Martin Ritter is a Protestant church historian and theologian, who is the most prominent scholar of Chrysostom in Germany. The project was prompted by the 1600 th anniversary of the death of John Chrysostom in 2007 and the desire of a former student at Heidelberg, Daniel Buda, to honour his professor and make R.’s ...
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