Monday, 16 May 2016

Περὶ Ἀρχῶν

Origen's

Περὶ Ἀρχῶν

De Principiis
On the Principles/The Principles/First Principles/On First Principles

Primary Sources – Greek

Migne, J. P., ed. Cursus Completus Patrologiae Graecae. Volume 11-17. Paris. 1857.
SPU Library: BQ 310 M34 1857 -11-17

Primary Sources: Latin
(I have none; any of my readers who do, please contact me.)

Primary Resources: English

Origen. De Principiis.
Online: New Advent (http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/0412.htm) (accessed July 28, 2011)

Origen, On First Principles, G.W. Butterworth, trans. Peter Smith Publisher Inc., 1985.
SPU Library: BQ 1670 P6E5B88O5 1936

Secondary Sources

Bostock, Gerald. “Allegory and the Interpretation of the Bible in Origen.” Journal of Literature and Theology, 1.1 (1987): 39-53.

Graham Keith, “Can Anything Good Come out of Allegory? The Cases of Origen and Augustine.” Evangelical Quarterly 70:1 (1998): 23-49.
SPU Library: Per BX 5011 E83

Glenn Davis. Development of the Canon: Origen. 
Online: The Development of the Canon of the New Testament. (http://www.ntcanon.org/Origen.shtml)(accessed May 16, 2016)

Halperin, David. “Oriegen, Ezekiel’s Merkabah, and the Ascension of Moses.” Church History 50:3 (1981): 261-275.
SPU Library: Per BX 1 C58

Halton, Thomas. “The New Origen, Peri Pascha.” Greek Orthodox Theological Review 28:1 (1983): 73-80.
SPU Library: PER BX 1 G64

Hanson, R.P.C. Allegory and Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen’s Interpretation of Scripture. Westminster: John Knox Press, 2003. 
SPU Library: BQ 1679 H35A4 1959

Lubac, Henri de. “Origen: On First Principles.” International Catholic Review: Communio. 25: (Sum 1998):340-356. 
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 I57

Macleod, C.W. “Allegory and Mysticism in Origen and Gregory of Nyssa.” Journal of Theological Studies 22:2 (1971): 362-379.
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 ZJ15

McCartney, Dan G. “Literal and Allegorical Interpretation in Origen’s Contra Celsum.” Westminster Theological Journal 48:2 (1986): 281-301.
SPU Library: Per BR 1 W45

McDonnell, Kilian. “Does Origen Have a Trinitarian Doctrine of the Holy Spirit?” Gregorianum 75:1 (1994): 5-35.
SPU Library: Per BQT 2 G5

Meissner, W.W. “Origen and the Analytic Psychology of Symbolism.” Downside Review 79 (1961): 201-216. 
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 D10

Meredith, Anthony “Origen’s De Principiis and Gregory of Nyssa’s Oratio Catechetica.” Heythrop Journal 36:1 (1995): 1-14. 
SPU Library: Per B 1 H49

Origen.
Online: Early Christian Writings. (http://www.earlychristianwritings.com/info/origen-wace.html) (accessed May 16, 2016)

Origen and Origenism.
Online: New Advent Website. (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11306b.htm) (accessed May 16, 2016)

Outler, Albert C. “Origen and the Regulei Fidei.” Second Century 4:3 (1984): 133-141.

Rabinowitz, Celia E. “Persona; and Cosmic Salvation in Origen.” Vigiliae Christianae 38:4 (1984): 319-329.
SPU Library: Per BQT 2 V30

Rist, John M. Eros and Psyche: Studies in Plato, Plotinus and Origen. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965. SPU Library: B 395 R58E76 1964

Sixth Ecumenical Council. Anathemas Against Origen.
Online: Comparative Religion. (http://www.comparativereligion.com/anathemas.html) (accessed May 16, 2016)

Trigg, Joseph W. “The Angel of Great Counsel: Christ and the Angelic Hierarchy in Origen’s Theology.” Journal of Theological Studies 42 (1991): 35-51.
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 ZJ15

van de Beek, A. “Origen as a Theologian of the Will.” Reformed Review 51:3 (1998): 242-254.
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 ZR4

von Balthazar, Hans Urs. Origen: Spirit and Fire. A Thematic Anthology of His Writings. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2001.
SPU Library: BQ 7405 A48O75D3 1984

Wiles, Maurice. “Origen As A Biblical Scholar.” P.R. Ackroyd & C.F. Evans, eds. The Cambridge History of the Bible, Vol. 1. From Beginnings to Jerome. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1970.
SPU Library: BS 445 C35 1963- 1970 – 1

Wiles, Maurice. “Origen Against Plato.” Journal of Theological Studies, 55:1 (2004): 340-344.
SPU Library: Per BQT 4 ZJ15

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