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Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism$
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Henny Fiskå Hägg

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780199288083

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2006

DOI: 10.1093/0199288089.001.0001

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Clement's Concept of God (II): The Son as Logos

Clement's Concept of God (II): The Son as Logos

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(p.180) 6 Clement's Concept of God (II): The Son as Logos
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Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism
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Henny Fiskå Hägg

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199288089.003.0006

Clement’s Logos-theology concerns the function, status, and role of the Son in relation to the Father. On the one hand, it emphasizes the Son’s peculiar or paradoxical position as being distinct from the One as the knowable One-Many; and united with the One, on the other. Questions related to his pre-existence, generation, and divinity are also discussed.

Keywords:   Logos-theology, pre-existence, generation, divinity

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