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Chrysostom:

see John Chrysostom, SaintJohn Chrysostom, Saint
[Gr.,=golden-mouth], c.347–407, Doctor of the Church, one of the greatest of the Greek Fathers. He was born in Antioch and studied Greek classics there. As a young man he became an anchorite monk (374), a deacon (c.381) and a priest (386).
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Chrysostom

Saint John. ?345--407 ad, Greek patriarch; archbishop of Constantinople (398--404). Feast day: Sept. 13 or Nov. 13
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One can thus, for example, examine the specifically spiritual, genealogical, sociological, and other differentiated aspects of Bucher, Spicer, Underwood, Chrysostom, Lee, and Selwyn, while also understanding those individuals as integrated human beings.
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This exploration of the Early Fathers' thought on work concentrates on Basil of Caesarea, John Chrysostom, Ambrose of Milan, and Augustine as major figures that laid the foundations of an idea of work that is at the same time theological and ethical-political.
The topics include Paul's Narratio (Gal 1:13-2:14) as response to the Galatian conflict, the use of Isaiah 28:11-12 in 1 Corinthians 14:21, controlling the narrative surrounding the deposition of John Chrysostom, Zosimus and the Gallic churches, Christian-Jewish conflict in light of Heraclius' forced conversion and the beginning of Islam, and John of Damascus and Theopanes the confessor as examples of the earliest Greek understanding of Islam.
Johannes Freyer, in "L'Agostinismo e i francescani" (65-72), analyzes the appreciation of Augustine in early Franciscans and especially in Bonaventure, while Maria Grazia Mara, in "Agostino e alcuni padri greci: Origine e Giovanni Crisostomo" (22743), offers a comparative perspective about interpretations of Galatians 2:11-14 by Augustine, Origen, and John Chrysostom. Another comparative analysis of Augustine and Simon the New Theologian comes from Panaghiotis Yfantis's "La dolcezza di Dio in Agostino d'Ippona e Simeone il Nuovo Teologo: Letture parallele" (97-115), as well as from Fotios Ioannidis's "La grazia divina in sant'Agostino e nella tradizione patristica orientale" (155-65), which compares the roles of freedom and grace in Augustine, John Chrysostom, and Diadochus of Photice.
At the service at St Chrysostom's Church, in Victoria Park, Manchester, where Mrs Johnson was a parishioner and Keith attended Sunday school, the names of her son's killers were never uttered once.
Yesterday's service was at St Chrysostom's Church, in Victoria Park, Manchester, where Mrs Johnson was a regular parishioner and where Keith had attended Sunday school.
The funeral took place at St Chrysostom's Church in Victoria Park, and was attended by family, friends and those who had been touched by Mrs Johnson's plight.
Canon Ian Gomersall, of St Chrysostom's Church, in Victoria Park, Manchester, said Winnie's funeral would be on Thursday next week.