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The Work of Dionysius Barsalībi Against the Armenians (Hardback)

Woodbrooke Studies 4

P&S History > Theology & Religion

Imprint: Gorgias Press
Pages: 119
ISBN: 9781593338299
Published: 2nd July 2009
Casemate UK Academic

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The Work of Dionysius Barsalībi Against the Armenians represents the nature of some disputes in the Christianity of the Middle Ages. Dionysius Barsalībi (d. 1171) in a very rare manuscript, begins by giving a brief sketch of the political and religious history of the Armenians. Dionysius argues that Christ’s body was corruptible up until the time of his death, and only after that did it become incorruptible. This underscores the fact that Christ had a true human body and that he digested food just like other people. The implications for this interpretation in connection with the Eucharist are obviously essential aspects to be resolved in this controversy.

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