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Polycarp

Saint. ?69--?155 ad, Christian martyr and bishop of Smyrna, noted for his letter to the church at Philippi. Feast day: Feb. 23

Polycarp

 

a plant that flowers and bears fruit repeatedly during its lifetime. Most perennial flowering plants are poly-carps. (See MONOCARP.)

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Polycarp Institute: Breast Cancer Risk from Oral Contraceptive Use Prior to First Birth
For details, see Polycarp Ikuenobe, "The Parochial Universalist Conception of 'Philosophy' and 'African Philosophy'", Philosophy East and West, Vol.
Translated by Polycarp Sherwood Maximus the Confessor: The Ascetic Life and the Four Centuries on Charity.
As Polycarp had seen in a dream, however, there would be no safety even in the country, and he was duly captured and brought roughly to the stadium where he was placed before the proconsul.
Cardinal Polycarp Pengo, the 57-year-old Archbishop of Dar-es-Salaam, is the youngest African cardinal, and, Arinze excepted, probably the only one with a realistic chance on age of being either the next Pope (or after that).
239-313), evaluating the Jewish texts (Sibylline Oracles 4 and 5, 4 Ezra, 2 Baruch, synagogue prayers [notably the Amidah, the Kaddish, the Shema, Haftarah benedictions, the Grace after Meals], and Josephus] and Christian texts (notably Revelation, Papias, Justin, Irenaeus, non-chiliasic Christianity, Barnabas, the Didache, the Shepherd of Hermas, 1 and 2 Clement, Ignatius, Polycarp, and the Epistle to Diognetus), concludes that one should avoid setting up a simple contrast between the Jewish and Christian attitudes in these texts.
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To do this, he takes account of recent advances in understanding Polycarp, Papias, the Marcionites, Montanists, Valentinians, and second-century Rome.
His six chapters describe (1) the formation of the Pauline corpus, (2) the pseudepigraphic letters (Colossians, Ephesians, 2 Thessalonians, the Pastorals, and the non-canonical 3 Corinthians, Letters to Laodicea and Alexandria, and the correspondence between Paul and Seneca), (3) Paul's influence on the Epistolary tradition in early Christianity (Hebrews, James, 1 and 2 Peter, 1 Clement, Ignatius of Antioch, Polycarp and Dionysius of Corinth), (4) The Narrative Tradition (Acts and different Acta Apostolorum, Apocalypses and the Pseudo-Clementines, (5) Representatives of Anti-Paulinism (Matthew, Hegesippus, etc.
Cardinal Polycarp Pengo of Tanzania struck a similar note.
Polycarp Muller and Bishop David Nitschmann had prepared a synopsis of Moravian history (also in Latin) prior to Gradin's departure.