By J Boeft, M L Poll-Van De Lisdonk

Together with 14 contributions, this quantity examines the reliance upon a set of authoritative texts in early Christianity. Scripture, finally authored via God himself, grew to become an item of cautious consciousness not just in scholarly research yet in all facets of early Christian existence.

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B. Dehandschutter, Martyrium Polycarpi. Bijdragen, pp. 226-238. 2+ O r i g e n never fails to stress the "cross-references" between the life of Christ a n d the life of the m a r t y r . H e therefore often connects the logion o n the b e a r i n g of the cross as imitation, M a t t h e w 16,24 with Galatians 2,20: not I live but Christ lives in me, a verse following o n the t h e m e of the συνσταυρούμαι with Christ. 2 5 A m b r o s e a n d Protoctetus, to w h o m the Exhortatio is devoted, are invited to m a k e u p w h a t is still lacking in the suffering of Christ (Col.

441-442. 11 The notion of ύπομονη has been studied thoroughly by M. C. Fredouille, Tertullien. De la patience, SC 310 (Paris, 1984), pp. 21-38. On "martyre quotidien" see S. Deléani, L'utilisation des modèles bibliques, pp. 327-330. This idea reappears in a different context in the spirituality of the later Fathers, such as Chrysostom, cf. our contribution: "Μηκέτι ύδροπότει. Some Notes on the Patristic Exegesis of 1 Timothy 5:23", in The Ministry of the Word. Essays in Honor of Prof. Dr. Raymond F.

Lorié, Spiritual Terminology in the Latin Translations of the Vita Antonii. With Reference to fourth and fifth Century monastic Literature (Latinitas Christianorum Primaeva 11), Nijmegen, 1955; vgl. Β. Steidle, "Homo Dei Antonius. Zum Bild des 'Mann Gottes' im alten Mönchtum", in: Studio Anselmiana 38 (Rom, 1956), S. 148-200. verteidigt der Verfasser einer monastischen Schrift seine schlichte S p r a c h e mit einem Hinweis auf die Bibelsprache. Viele M ö n c h e w a r e n ungebildet. Ihr H o r i z o n t blieb n a h e z u ganz auf die Bibel beschränkt.

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