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Author’s Preface (1978)
Hymnographers
Hymnody and the Early Christian Liturgy
The Fifty-Ninth Canon of the Council of Laodicea
St. Basil the Great and Antiphonal Singing
The Development of Psalmody with Refrains
St. Romanus
St. Andrew of Crete
The Acathistus Hymn
Polemicists of the Sixth and Seventh Centuries
Minor Polemicists
St. Sophronius of Jerusalem
St. Anastasius of Sinai
The Chalcedonian Oros and the Tragic Schism in the Church
Julian of Halicarnassus
The Theological Controversy and the Emphasis on the Appeal to Tra- dition
The Literary Style of the Tome
The Lack of a Definition of Person
A Lucid Confession of Faith in a Radiant Fog
The Chalcedonian Oros
A Stumbling Block and a Temptation for the Egyptians
The Text of the Chalcedonian Oros
The Formula of Reunion of 433 and the Chalcedonian Oros
The Cutting Edge of the Chalcedonian Oros
The Paradoxical Unspokenness in the Chalcedonian Oros
The Fathers of Chalcedon and Their Two-Sided Problem
The Disturbing Vagueness to the Easterners
The Necessity for a Theological Commentary
The Reaction to the Council of Chalcedon
The Reaction in Alexandria
The Alexandrians and Proterius
The Reaction in Jerusalem: Juvenal and Theodosius
The Special Situation of Palestine
The Reaction of Rome
The Reaction in Antioch
The Coronation of Emperor Leo I and Policy in Alexandria
The Influence of the Germanic Tribes on the Latin West and on Byz- antium
The Defeat of Attila and the Increase of Germanic Influence
Emperor Leo I and the Termination of the Influence of Aspar the Os- trogoth
Emperor Zeno and Isaurian Influence
The Encyclical of Basiliscus 476
The Refusal of Patriarch Acacius to Sign the Encyclical
Timothy Aelurus’ Rejection of Extreme Monophysitism
Timothy Aelurus’ Council of Ephesus
Patriarch Acacius and St. Daniel the Stylite
The Return of Emperor Zeno and the Murder of Basiliscus
The Death of Timothy Aelurus and the Election of Peter Mongus
A Time of Trouble in Antioch
The Appointment of Calendio as Patriarch of Antioch
Political and Ecclesiastical Intrigues
John Talaia and Peter Mongus
The Henotikon of Zeno 482
Pope St. Felix III
The Exile of Calendio and the Return of Peter Mongus
The Schools of Edessa and Nisibis
Edessa
Nisibis
Peter Mongus and Fravitta
Patriarch Euphemius
The Death of Pope Gelasius and the Papacy Under Anastasius II
Philoxenus’ Continued Struggle in Antioch
Severus of Antioch
The Revolt of Vitalian the Goth
The Accession to the Throne of Justin I and Justinian I
The Chalcedonian Reaction in Constantinople
The Chalcedonian Reaction in Antioch
Justinian’s Negotiations with Pope Hormisdas
John of Tella
Persecution of non-Chalcedonians in Edessa
Severus’ Activity in Exile
The Relaxation of Justinian’s Policy and the Nika Riots
Theodoras Influence: Severus Visits Constantinople
Theodora’s Agreement with the Roman Deacon Vigilius
Jacob Baradaeus
John of Ephesus
Missionary Work in Nubia
Justinian and the Fifth Ecumenical Council
Pope Vigilius Forcibly Taken to Constantinople
The Fifth Ecumenical Council
The Anathemas of the Fifth Ecumenical Council
Anathemas Against Origen and Origenism
Pope Vigilius and the Fifth Ecumenical Council
The Result of the Fifth Ecumenical Council and a Glimpse at Its Ses- sions
The Twilight of Justinian’s Reign
Justin II’s Convocation of the Monophysite Conference of 566
The Monophysite Conference at Callinicum
The Varieties of Monophysite Thought
The Death of Jacob Baradaeus
Pope Gregory I and the Chalcedonian Patriarch of Alexandria Eulogi- us
The Election of the Monk Athanasius as Patriarch of Antioch
The Accession of Emperor Heraclius (610-641)
The Controversial Corpus of “Leontius.”
The Theological Thought in the Corpus of “Leontius.”
The Quest for Precise Definitions
The Concepts of Nature, Essence, and Hypostasis
The Reality of Enhypostasis
Hypostasis and the Communicatio Idiomatum
Leontius’ Criticism of St. Cyril’s Formula
Leontius’ Dispute with the Aphthartodocetists
The Life of St. Maximus
The Theology of St. Maximus
Revelation as the Central Theme in the Theology of St. Maximus the Confessor
The God-Man
Man’s Path
The Life of St. John of Damascus
The Writings of st. John of Damascus
The Definition of Faith
The Council’s Letter to Irene and Constantine VI
The Iconoclastic Controversy
Notes
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