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Reland

(149 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] (Relandus, Reelant), Hadrian (Hadrianus, Adriaan; 17.7.1676 Rijp – 5.2.1718 Utrecht), wurde 1699 Prof. in Harderwijk, 1701 Prof. für Orientalische Sprachen in Utrecht, ab 1713 auch für Hebr. Altertum. Nach »Analecta Rabbinica« (1702) und »Antiquitates sacrae veterum Hebraeorum« (1705) erschien das Hauptwerk »Palaestina ex monumentis veteribus illustrata« (1716), fast nur aus antiken Quellen gearbeitet (1. Teil: Namens- und Landeskunde, 2. Teil: Entfernungen, 3. Teil: Lexikon aller Orte). »De religione Mohammedica« (1705, 21717 mit der früheste…

Regula fidei

(523 words)

Author(s): Drecoll , Volker Henning
[English Version] Regula fidei, bzw. καn̆ω`n̆ τη˜ς πι´στεως/kanō´n tē´s písteōs, taucht kurz vor 200 n.Chr. in der christl. Sondersprache auf, bez. a) im Osterfeststreit (Passa-/Osterterminstreitigkeiten) die kirchl.-normative Praxis (Eusebius von Caesarea, h.e. V 24,6), fehlt b) bei Irenaeus von Lyon, haer. (ist aber für Epideixis 3 vorauszusetzen, acht Belege für regula veritatis in haer.), begegnet c) bei Clemens von Alexandrien nur in Stromata IV 98,3 (wo die Ethik des Gläubigen gemeint ist), und m…

Nicaeno-Constantinopolitanum

(670 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] . Das seit dem 17.Jh. als N.-C. bez. Symbol (Bekenntnis: III.,1.) begegnet ab dem 6.Jh. in den Liturgien als nicaenisches Symbol (Credo, im Gottesdienst: I.) und ist erst 451 (neben dem Nicaenum (Nicaenisches Symbol) in den Akten des Konzils von Chalcedon belegt (als Symbol der 150 Väter des Konzils von Konstantinopel [: IV.,1.] 381; ACO 2., 1,2, Actio III 14 p.276; Actio V 33 p.324). Vom Nicaenum weicht das N.-C. v.a. in der Christologie, der Pneumatologie und dem Schlußabschnitt ab. 1. In der Christologie wird der Text dem liturgischen Sprachgebrauc…

Nicaenisches Symbol

(537 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] (Nicaenum; N.). Das N. ist das früheste überlieferte Synodalsymbol (Bekenntnis: III., 1.) und Ergebnis des Konzils von Nicaea (325). Es ist trinitarisch aufgebaut und um fünf Anathematismen ergänzt. Der Schwerpunkt liegt auf der Christologie, betont werden die Zeugung des Sohnes, die Inkarnation, Leiden, Tod und Auferstehung. Der Hl. Geist (Geist/Heiliger Geist) wird nur genannt. Die Herkunft des Symbols liegt im Dunkeln. Es handelt sich wohl weder um die Aufnahme eines 325 festl…

Quaresmio

(210 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] (Quaresmi), Francesco (Ordensname, eigentlich Alessandro; 4.4.1583 [1585?] Lodi – 25.10.1656 Mailand), OFM. Zunächst Guardian in Mailand, ging Q. 1616 nach Palästina, wurde 1618 Superior in Aleppo, 1619 Kustodialpräsident des Hl. Landes (Kustodie des Heiligen Landes), dann Apostolischer Nuntius für die Chaldäer (Itinerarium di Chaldaea [gemeinsam mit Thomas von Mailand], 1625; Apparatus pro reductione Chaldaeorum ad catholicam fidem, 1647; Einigungsgespräche im Auftrag von Papst U…

Theodor

(187 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] von Euchaita (heute: Avkat?; genannt Teron [= Rekrut]; verbrannt zw. 305–313), Märtyrer; Gedenktag 17.2. im Osten, 9.11. im Westen. Gregor von Nyssa berichtet, Th. habe in Amaseia einen Tempel niedergebrannt, und setzt dort einen Wallfahrtsort voraus; ab dem 5.Jh. ist Euchaita (Syrien, Karte) als Pilgerzentrum für Th. bezeugt. Die legendarische Überlieferung (u.a. Chrysipp von Jerusalem) berichtet von Wundern, ab dem 9.Jh. findet sich die Erzählung von Th.s Kampf gegen einen Drach…

Symbolum Quicumque

(318 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] The Quicumque vult (from its opening words; often called the Athanasian Creed) is a Latin text probably written in the early 6th century (or before 500?), likely in Spain or southern Gaul. It was probably known by Caesarius of Arles (cf. CChr.SL 103, 20f.) and was in widespread use in the Western church from the 7th century on, as evidenced by manuscripts and its mention at the Synod of Autun (before 680). It may have been assumed at the Synod of Toledo in 633. It was used liturgically from the 8th century on. The creed defines the fides catholica, which is necessary for salva…

Marius Victorinus

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] Marius Victorinus, Gaius (given the epithet Afer in the 16th cent.; prior to 300 [?] – after 363 and well before 386), a rhetorician and theologian of strong philosophical orientation who exerted considerable influence on Latin theology through his mediation of Greek thought (Ambrose of Milan, Augustine of Hippo). As a pagan rhetor urbis, he was probably granted senatorial rank and honored with a statue in the Forum of Trajan in Rome (354). It was probably also at this time that he authored his rhetorical works, which are indebted t…

Faustus of Riez

(440 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] (c. 405, Britain? – c. 490, Riez), abbot of Lérins (from 433) and (before 462) bishop of Riez (Reji). His renown is based primarily on his doctrine of grace. In 474, at the request of two synods in Arles (Homoeans) and Lyon, he wrote the essay De gratia and argued for a middle way between the predestinationism of a certain Lucidus, which was strongly influenced by Augustine, and Pelagianism (Pelagius). The anathemata with which Lucidus retracted also stemmed form Faustus (DH 330–342 = Ep. 2; see also Ep. 1). While Augustine considered “humanity after the fall” to be…

Reland, Hadrian

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] ( Relandus, Reelant; Hadrianus, Adriaan; Jul 17, 1676, Rijp – Feb 5, 1718, Utrecht) was appointed professor in Harderwijk in 1699 and professor of oriental languages in Utrecht in 1701, from 1703 also for Hebrew antiquities. The works Analecta Rabbinica (1702) and Antiquitates sacrae veterum Hebraeorum (1705) were followed by his main work Palaestina ex monumentis veteribus illustrata (1716), which was compiled almost entirely from ancient sources (part 1: onomastics and geography; patr 2: distances; part 3: lexicon of all place names). De religione Mohammedica (…

Nicene Creed

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] The Nicene Creed, produced by the first Council of Nicea in 325, is the earliest surviving conciliar creed (Articles of faith: III, 1). It is Trinitarian in structure, with five added anathemas. Its focus is on Christology, emphasizing the begetting of the Son, the Incarnation, and Christ’s passion, death, and resurrection. The Holy Spirit is mentioned only in passing. The Creed’s origin is obscure. It probably does not embody a preexisting confessional formula, for example from t…

Carthage, Synod of

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] On May 1, 418, guided by Augustine and Aurelius of Carthage, more than 200 North African bishops meeting in Carthage passed nine canons against Pelagianism (Pelagius; CChr.SL 149, 69–78; DH, 222–230, misnumbered after canon 2). The canons emphasized inherited original sin ( originale peccatum) on the basis of Rom 5:12, infant baptism (cc. 1–3), grace as the infusion of love (not simply forgiveness, revelation, or relief; cc. 4–6), and the impossibility of a sinless life (canons 7–9). The bishops were reacting…

Rufinus

(188 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] (called the Syrian; dates unknown). Marius Mercator mentions a Rufinus natione Syrus who taught in Rome c. 400 ( Commonitorium adversus haeresim Pelagii, Praefatio). He is probably identical with the author of Liber de fide who rejected inheritance of Adam’s sin (Original Sin) and assigned a neutral place to children who die unbaptized. This position was discussed in Carthage c. 411 and opposed by Augustine of Hippo (in his De peccatorum meritis et remissione; his familiarity with Liber de fide is uncertain, but cf. Liber de fide 40, pagina 114.23–27 and De peccatorum m…

Eleusius of Cyzicus

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] Consecrated bishop of Cyzicus by Macedonius I, Eleusius participated in the Synod of Seleucia in 359; against Acacius of Caesarea, he supported the second Antiochene Formula there. After the promulgation of the imperial homoean dogma, he was replaced by Eunomius, but was able to return under Julian the Apostate. Compelled in 365 by…

Regula fidei

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] The expression regula fidei (Gk κανὼν τῆς πίστεως/ kanṓn tḗs písteōs) appeared as a technical Christian term shortly before 200 ce, in several contexts. ¶ (a) In the controversy over the date of Easter (Paschal/Easter calendrical controversies), it denoted the normative practice of the church (Eusebius of Caesarea Hist. eccl. V 24.6). (b) Although Irenaeus of Lyon did not use it in his Adversus haereses (which has eight occurrences of regula veritatis), it is assumed in his Epideixis 3. (c) In the work of Clement of Alexandria, it appears only in Stromata IV 98.3, whe…

Vitalis of Carthage

(94 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] (dates unknown, 426/427 or earlier, certainly after 416; possibly a monk) is mentioned only in Ep. 217 of Augustine of Hippo, occasioned by rumors that Vitalis was a Pelagian (Pelagius/Pelagians), primarily for his emphasis on free will in the context of faith. Aug. Ep. 217 speaks of prayer and infant baptism and demands that Vitalis assent to 12 theses regarding the correct doctrine of grace. Vitalis’s theology was probably close to what came to be called Semi-Pelagianism in the 16th century. Volker Henning Drecoll Bibliography PAC Vitalis 8, 1222f.

Quaresmio (Quaresmi), Francesco

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Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[German Version] (baptized Alessandro; Apr 4, 1583 or 1585, Lodi – Oct 25, 1656, Milan), OFM. Initially guardian of the Franciscan house in Milan, in 1616 he went to Palestine; in 1618 he was appointed superior in Aleppo and in 1619 president of the Custody of the Holy Land. He was then appointed apostolic nuncio to the Chaldeans (Chaldea) ( Itinerarium di Chaldaea [with Thomas of Milan], 1625; Apparatus pro reductione Chaldaeorum ad catholicam fidem, 1647; the union conversations on behalf of Pope Urban VIII remained fruitless). His magnum opus, the Historica theologica et moralis Te…

Vitalis

(87 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] von Karthago (Lebensdaten unbekannt, Mönch?), bekannt nur aus Augustin, ep. 217 (426/27 oder früher, sicher nach 416). Anlaß von ep. 217 sind Gerüchte, V. sei Pelagianer (Pelagius/Pelagianer/Semipelagianer), gemeint ist v.a. die Betonung des freien Willens beim Glauben. Aug.ep. 217 verweist auf das Gebet, die Kindertaufe und fordert V. auf, zwölf Thesen über die richtige Gnadenlehre zuzustimmen. Sachlich stand V. wohl der Theol. nahe, die ab dem 16.Jh. als Semipelagianismus bez. wurde. Volker Henning Drecoll Bibliography PAC Vitalis 8, 1222f.

Symbolum Quicumque

(267 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] (sog. Athanasianum). Der nach seinem Anfang benannte, lat. vf. Text ist wohl Anfang des 6.Jh. (oder vor 500?) entstanden (in Spanien oder Südgallien?), wohl schon Caesarius von Arles bekannt (vgl. CChr.SL 103,20f.) und ab dem 7.Jh. in der westlichen Kirche verbreitet (Hsn., erwähnt von der Synode von Autun [vor 680], evtl. vorausgesetzt von der Synode von Toledo 633). Das S. (ab dem 8.Jh. liturgisch gebraucht) definiert als Lehrformel die heilsnotwendige fides catholica 1. als Verehrung des trinitarischen Gottes: Vater, Sohn und Geist s…

Rufin

(186 words)

Author(s): Drecoll, Volker Henning
[English Version] Rufin, der Syrer (Lebensdaten unbekannt). Marius Mercator nennt einen R. natione Syrus, der um 400 in Rom lehrte (Commonitorium adversus haeresim Pelagii, praefatio). Er ist wohl mit dem Vf. des Liber de fide identisch, der eine Übertragung der Sündenschuld Adams (Erbsünde) ablehnt und für Kinder, die ohne Taufe sterben, einen neutralen Ort vorsieht. Dies wurde um 411 in Karthago diskutiert und von Augustin bekämpft (in De peccatorum meritis et remissione, Kenntnis des Liber de fid…
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