Bardesanes

Bardesanes

(bärdəsā`nēz), 154?–222?, Christian philosopher and poet of Syria, missionary among the Armenians. Conflicting traditions report him both as defender of the faith against various Gnostic sects and as a heretic and founder of Bardesanism.
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Nil Guilemette, in Stars Forever, narrated how the saint adopted tunes, replaced lyrics with church doctrines to counteract 'a famous heretic, Bardesanes,' who was 'propagating false doctrines by means of popular songs set to attractive tunes.'
For instance, the Christian Bardesanes in early third-century eastern Syria mentioned the fact that people come in different colours as an example of what everyone agreed was inconsequential.
degrees both in Classical Philology (with a thesis on Bardesanes of Edessa's writings on India, published in 1999) and in Religious Studies (2005) at the University of Vienna.
He discusses the earliest accounts of Buddhism in Western literature, with a special emphasis on Bardesanes and on Manichaeism as a probable link between Buddhism and Christianity.
The Book oF the Laws of Regions, also called On Fate, is ascribed to Bardesanes, who prior to his death in A.D.
Por ejemplo, al hablar de Edesa se adjuntan extractos del Libro de las leyes de los paises, de Bardesanes, y de una de las Demostraciones de Afraates.
However, out of fairness I should say that Martin's analysis of other second-century material--for example, his analysis of some Syriac fragments of a Bardesanes text--is well done.
Se llama asi <<porque la nueva herejia que trata no es sino el fruto de mendigar en otras muchas herejias: el considerar a Cristo solo Dios (de Simon, Cerdon y Marcion); la afirmacion que Jesucristo nacio de Maria sin tomar nada de ella (de Valentin, Bardesanes y sus correligionarios); el sostener que la humanidad y la divinidad de Jesucristo son de una misma naturaleza (de Apolinar) y la atribucion de la Pasion a la divinidad del Verbo (de Atrio y Eunomio).
4.8: Philosophical Background and Influence on Manicheism," showing the relationship between Marcion's, Bardesanes', and Mani's conceptions of he creator god and matter (hyle).