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References Blackwell, B (2011) Christosis. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck. Boulnois, M (1994) Le paradox trinitaire chez Cyrille d’Alexandrie. Paris: Institut d’Etudes Augustiniennes. Boulnois, M (2003) The Mystery of the Trinity according to Cyril of Alexandria: The Deployment of the Triad and Its Recapitulation into the Unity of Divinity. In Weinandy, T and Keating, D (eds) The Theology of St. Cyril of Alexandria: A Critical Appreciation. London: T&T Clark. Burghardt, W (2009) The Image of God in Man according to Cyril of Alexandria. Reprint, Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock

References Cyril of Alexandria (1872) Commentary on the Gospel of John. In Pusey, PE (ed) Sancti patris nostril Cyrilli Archiepiscopi Alexandrini in d. Joannis Evangelium, volume 1. Oxford: Clarendon Press. John Chrysostom (1862a) Homily on the Baptism and Epiphany of Christ. In Migne, JP (ed) Patrologia Cursus Completus (Series Graeca), volume 49. Paris: Imprimerie Catholique. John Chrysostom (1862b) Commentary on the Genesis. In Migne, JP (ed) Patrologia Cursus Completus (Series Graeca), volume 53. Paris: Imprimerie Catholique. John Chrysostom (1862c

“Ὁ Χριστὸς, μυστικῶς ἱερουργούμενος ἐν ταῖς ἁγίαις σκηναῖς”1 – Fr. Dumitru Staniloae and the Rediscovering and Reinterpreting St. Cyril of Alexandria’s Teaching About the State of Perpetual Sacrifice of Jesus Christ Ciprian ioan Streza* Father Dumitru Staniloae’s complex and integral vision on the Holy Liturgy comprises all the dimensions of life in the church; it constitutes the object of this study, which intends to re-interpret, systematize, and evaluate the teaching of St. Cyril of Alexandria concerning the importance of the Eucharistic Synaxis in the

can also be human, it is also important to draw attention back to the historical role that this hypostasis plays at the centre of the narrative of salvation found in the gospels. Chalcedonian Christology learned to identify Jesus as the Eternal Son, “one of the Trinity”, but needs also to insist that he has taken on not just a human nature but also the specific prosopon of the Christ within human history. Keywords: Leontius of Byzantium, Cyril of Alexandria, Council of Chalcedon, Se cond Council of Constantinople, hypostasis, prosopon, physis, Incarnation

natures. I argue that Origen’s use of the example of incandescent iron had an effect on the later theological discourse. There it appears in two contexts, Christology and deification. In this article the focus is on Christology. I claim that the example was introduced into the Christological discourse by Apollinarius of Laodicea. Then, I investigate how it was transformed in later theological writings by (Ps.-) Basil of Caesarea, Theodoret of Cyrus, Cyril of Alexandria, Sever of Antioch, John of Damascus, and the Corpus Leontianum. In this context, I pay special

) Théologie platonicienne , vols. 1-6. Paris: Les Belles Lettres. Proclus (1985-86) In Platonis Alcibiadem I. In Segonds AP (ed) Sur le premier Alcibiade de Platon , Paris: Les Belles Lettres. Ps.-Cyril of Alexandria (1864) De Trinitate. In Migne JP (ed) Patrologia Cursus Completus (Series Graeca), Paris: Imprimerie Catholique, volume 77, pp. 1119-1174. Ps.-Dionysius the Areopagite (1857) De divinis nominibus. In Migne JP (ed) Patrologia Cursus Completus (Series Graeca), Paris: Imprimerie Catholique, volume 3, pp. 585-996. Roques R (1983) L’ univers dionysien

several centuries, will reveal texts of great interest to Eastern Church and Orthodox theologians as well. In the volume discussed here we meet an in- fluential author, both prolific and profound for his time: Theodoret, Bishop of Cyr, from whom we have exegetical, historical and dogmatic writings of great value for the whole Christian tradition. But the Christological disputes in which he was involved, especially his opposition to Cyril of Alexandria, perhaps the most influential character of the fifth century, made Theodoret’s work partly lost, or less

Articles”, hon- our the work of Dumitru Stăniloae: Ciprian Ioan Streza describes the reception and re-interpretation of Cyril of Alexandria’s teaching of Christ’s Perpetual Sacrifice. Is there something in Transylva- nia’s past or present that could be seen as a contribution to the press- ing questions of contemporary Eu- rope? As small as it may be the se- lection of topics to be found in the current issue of RES, it nonetheless allows for an undisputable conclu- sion: the most prolific periods and developments were those during which different groups did not

Once-Despised Archaism Became an Ecumenical Desideratum. Modern Theology 25(4): 647-59. Givens TL (2015) Wrestling the Angel: The Foundations of Mormon Thought . New York: Oxford University Press. Helm P (2008) Calvin: A Guide for the Perplexed . London: T&T Clark. Hodge C (1872) Systematic Theology , vol. 2. New York: Charles Scribner and Co. Keating DA (2005) The Appropriation of Divine Life in Cyril of Alexandria . Oxford: Oxford University Press. de Kroon M (2001) The Honour of God and Human Salvation . Translated by Vriend J and Bierma LD. Edinburgh: T

) Aspects of Calvin’s Use of Chrysostom—Quotations Concerning the Free Will: How did Calvin Quote Chrysostom in the Chapters Concerning the ‘Free Will’ of his Institutes ? In Selderhuis HJ and Huijgen A (eds) Calvinus pastor ecclesiae: Papers of the Eleventh International Congress on Calvin Research . Reformed Historical Theology 39. Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 423-434. Pretila N (2006) The Influence of John Chrysostom and Cyril of Alexandria on Calvin’s Institutes . Th.M. thesis. Dallas Theological Seminary. Smits L (1958) Saint Augustine dans l’oeuvre de