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Rules of Tyconius

by Ticonius

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Published by University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Euthalius, Bp. of Sulca.,
  • Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373.,
  • Bible. N.T. Epistles of Paul -- Criticism, Textual.,
  • Bible. N.T. Armenian -- Versions.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBible. O.T. Apocryphal books. Esdras, 2nd. Latin. 1895.
    StatementF.C. Burkitt.
    SeriesTexts and studies: Contributions to Biblical and patristic literature -- v. 3, no. 1-3
    ContributionsBurkitt, F. Crawford 1864-1935., Bensly, Robert Lublock, 1831-1893., Robinson, J. Armitage 1858-1933.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcxx, 114 p. ;
    Number of Pages114
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14040239M

    Pamela Bright, The Book of Rules of Tyconius: Its Purpose and Inner ianity and Judaism in Antiquity, Vol 2. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, Hbk. ISBN: pp {Pamela Bright, "The Spiritual World Which is the Church: Ecclesiology and Hermeneutics in the Book of Rules of Tyconius," Studia Patristica Leuven (): His Book of Rules, the first Latin essay in hermeneutics, Tyconius differed with Donatist theory in holding the church to be truly universal and “bipartite,” an intermingling, inseparable until the end, of pure and impure, the “cities” of God and the devil. On this and other themes, including grace and faith, he decisively.

    Book of Rules, because S. Augustine had mentioned Tyconius. when ooninientintr on that verse'. But the reference itself is in. any case independent, as John the Deacon makes an exact (juo-tation of some length, while S. Augustine merely refers to the. interpretation of Tyconius. In the 6th century the Book of Rules is praised in general. The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center.

      Back to On Christian Teaching. Were it not for Augustine, we might take little or no notice of an exceedingly thoughtful Donatist theologian named Tyconius. He wrote a book called Regularum (Of Rules), promising that these techniques could elucidate almost any passage in the ine demurs from so high an assessment, but it is worth noting that he features no . The Exposition of the Apocalypse by Tyconius of Carthage (fl. ) was pivotal in the history of interpretation of the Book of Revelation. While expositors of the second and third centuries viewed the Apocalypse of John, or Book of Revelation, as mainly about the time of Antichrist and the end of the world, in the late fourth century Tyconius interpreted John’s visions as figurative of the Author: Francis X. Gumerlock.


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THE BOOK OF RULES OF TYCONIUS 3 summary effectively deflected attention from Tyconius' text, a decisive factor in the history of the Book of Rules. The aim of the present work is to return to the text of the Book of Rules, and to provide an introduction to a.

Tyconius’s work had a profound effect on Augustine, and through him on subsequent Latin theology. Augustine explicitly referred to The Book of Rules in his own book on exegesis, Christian Doctrine (books 1–3 /, book 4 Rules of Tyconius book.

Pamela Bright's The Book of Rules of Tyconius: Its Purpose and Inner Logic reintroduces this neglected classic of early church literature. Bright asserts that although Augustine was greatly influenced by the Liber Regularum, his philosophical differences caused him to misunderstand its meaning.

Bright reexamines the meaning of “prophecy Cited by: 4. This book was recommended by Augustine of Hippo. Tyconius was of the Donatist Rules of Tyconius book, however little about him really seems Donatist. In any case, this book he wrote gives seven rules of interpretation of Scripture, they are as follows: I.

The Lord and His Body II. The Lord's Bipartite Body III. The Promises of the Law IV. The Particular and the 5/5(1). Tyconius speaks of the “seven mystical rules” of scripture that with the grace of the Holy Spirit reveal the true meaning of prophecy. If an interpreter follows the “logic” of these rules, the nature of the church as composed by both good and evil membership is revealed.

“In [The Bright Book of Rules of Tyconius], Bright displays the chiastic structure of the rules as the clue to deciphering [Tyconius's] interpretative theory[Her] work is an enticing invitation to the reading of Tyconius for his own sake.” Journal of Religion “While lamenting the fact that the world knows the Liber regularum Tyconii primarily through Augustine's biased Author: Pamela Bright.

Tyconius speaks of the “seven mystical rules” of scripture that with the grace of the Holy Spirit reveal the true meaning of prophecy. If an interpreter follows the “logic” of these rules, the nature of the church as composed by both good and evil membership is by: 4.

In the preamble (LR 1: ) to the Book of Rules, Tyconius claims that in writing a book of rules libellum regularem scribere, he is in effect making "keys or windows for the secrets of the Law" secretorum legis veluti claves et luminaria us lays special stress on the secrets of Scripture, what is "shut" clausa, what is "obscured" obscura.

Tyconius's Book of Rules, deeply admired by Augustine with its seven principles of interpretation, strongly influenced not only ongoing interpretation of the Revelation but the whole of medieval exegesis. From early on the book of Revelation was more. Main The Book of Rules of Tyconius. The Book of Rules of Tyconius F.C.

Burkitt. Year: Publisher: Cambridge UP Language: english Pages: Series: Texts and Studies янв File: DJVU, MB Send-to-Kindle or Email. Please login to your account first. Tichonius the Donatist set seven rules to help in interpreting figurative language in the Bible.

These can be found beginning in chapter 30 of book 3 of Augustine's "Of Christian Doctrine." The Author: Adrian Warnock. (Also TYCONIUS, TYCHONIUS, etc.) An African Donatist writer of the fourth century who appears to have had some influence on St.

defended a milder form of Donatism than Parmenianus. He admitted a church outside his own sect and rejected the re-baptism of ianus wrote a letter against him, quoted by St. Augustine (Contra ep. Tyconius speaks of the "seven mystical rules" of scripture that with the grace of the Holy Spirit reveal the true meaning of prophecy.

If an interpreter follows the "logic" of these rules, the nature of the church as composed by both good and evil membership is : Pamela Bright. Read "Book of Rules of Tyconius, The Its Purpose and Inner Logic" by Pamela Bright available from Rakuten Kobo.

The Liber Regularum, written by Tyconius in the Fourth Century A.D., was the first system of biblical interpretation pro Brand: University of Notre Dame Press. The Book of Rules--a neglected classic --The immense forest of prophecy --The logic of the mystical rules --The logical structure of the Book of Rules --The Hermeneutical theory --Tyconius and his Latin contemporaries.

Get this from a library. The book of rules of Tyconius: its purpose and inner logic. [Pamela Bright] -- The Liber Regularum, written by Tyconius in the Fourth Century A.D., was the first system of biblical interpretation proposed by a Latin theologian. Augustine. Book is in Like New / near Mint Condition.

Will include dust jacket if it originally came with one. Text will be unmarked and pages crisp. Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. TYCONIUS: BOOK OF RULES (TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS) (ENGLISH, LATIN AND LATIN EDITION) By Ticonius - Hardcover **Mint Condition**.

The Liber Regularum, written by Tyconius in the Fourth Century A.D., was the first system of biblical interpretation proposed by a Latin theologian.

Augustine was very interested in this work and included an extraordinary summation of it in his De doctrina christiana. Although this treatment insured the preservation of the work and its lasting fame, Augustine's summary. The book of rules of Tyconius newly edited from the mss.: with an introduction and an examination into the text of the Biblical quotations by Ticonius, 4th cent; Burkitt, F.

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