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Ten cinco volumes ou libros. Eles crean unha historia ficticia desta clase, a cal intitulan o Evanxeo de Xudas.

Preto dun terzo das citas remiten as cartas de Paulo. Ireneo considerou que as 13 cartas do corpus paulino foran escritas polo propio Paulo. Ireneo usa este paralelismo san ireneo de lyon demostrar que Cristo realmente asumiu a carne humana.

The tomb and his remains were utterly destroyed in by the Huguenots.

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Writings[ edit ] Irenaeus wrote a number of books, but the most important that survives is the Against Heresies or, in its Latin title, Adversus haereses. In Book I, Irenaeus talks about the Valentinian Gnostics and their predecessors, san ireneo de lyon he says go as far back as the magician Simon Magus.


In Book II san ireneo de lyon attempts to provide proof that Valentinianism contains no merit in terms of its doctrines. In Book III Irenaeus purports to show that these doctrines are false, by providing counter-evidence gleaned from the Gospels.

The purpose of "Against Heresies" was to refute the teachings of various Gnostic groups; apparently, several Greek merchants had begun an oratorial campaign in Irenaeus' bishopric, teaching that the material world was the accidental creation of an evil god, from which we are to escape by the pursuit of gnosis.

Irenaeus argued that the true gnosis san ireneo de lyon in fact knowledge of Christ, which redeems rather than escapes from bodily existence.

Some religious scholars have argued the findings at Nag Hammadi have shown Irenaeus' description of Gnosticism to be inaccurate and polemic in nature.

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This work seems to have been an instruction san ireneo de lyon recent Christian converts. Both Hippolytus and Tertullian freely drew on his writings. However, none of his works aside from Against Heresies and The Demonstration of the Apostolic Preaching survive today, perhaps because his literal hope of an earthly millennium may have made him uncongenial reading in the Greek East.

Development of the New Testament canon Irenaeus pointed to the public rule of faithauthoritatively articulated by the preaching of bishops and inculcated in Church practice, especially worship, as an authentic apostolic tradition by which to read Scripture truly against heresies.

He classified as Scripture not only the Old San ireneo de lyon but most of the books now known as the New Testament, [3] while excluding many works, a large number by Gnostics, that flourished in the 2nd century and claimed scriptural authority.

Irenaeus argued that since he could trace his authority to Christ and the Gnostics could not, his interpretation of Scripture was correct. The Gospel of Matthew was the most popular overall.


About one third of his citations are made to Paul's letters. Irenaeus considered all 13 letters belonging to the Pauline corpus to have been written by Paul himself.

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He felt it important, however, also to speak of a succession of elders presbyters. It was the unanimous agreement between these many independent streams of transmission that proved the orthodox Faith, current in those churches, to be true.


Irenaeus uses the Logos theology he inherited from Justin Martyr. Irenaeus was a student of Polycarpwho was said to have been tutored by John the Apostle.

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Irenaeus prefers to speak of the Son and the Spirit as the "hands of God". The Unity of Salvation History[ edit ] Irenaeus' emphasis on the unity of God is reflected in his corresponding emphasis on the unity of salvation history.

Irenaeus repeatedly insists that God began the world and has been overseeing it ever since this san ireneo de lyon act; everything that has happened is part of his plan for humanity.

The essence of this plan is a process of maturation: Irenaeus believes that humanity was created immature, and God intended his creatures to take a long time to grow into or assume the divine likeness.

Everything that has happened since has therefore been planned by God to help humanity overcome this initial mishap and achieve san ireneo de lyon maturity.