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 Syāmā ḥad b-yad ʿesrā sulughismē kyānāyē da-mḥawwēn ʿal mshiḥā d-Alāhā hu w-barnāshā  
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Treatise containing ten syllogisms taken from the nature of things, which prove that Christ is both God and man, Treatise to prove that Christ is both God and man

Job of Edessa, Job ‘the Spotted’, Ayyub Urhāyā, Ayyūb al-Ruhāwī ‘al-Abrash’

Date: Unknown, probably before 817

Original Language: Syriac

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This treatise is only known through a later work of Job of Edessa, the Book of treasures, in which he briefly explains its content and purpose, as follows: ‘Our …

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Roggema, Barbara, “ Syāmā ḥad b-yad ʿesrā sulughismē kyānāyē da-mḥawwēn ʿal mshiḥā d-Alāhā hu w-barnāshā  ”, in: Christian-Muslim Relations 600 - 1500, General Editor David Thomas. Consulted online on 19 October 2019 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1877-8054_cmri_COM_23617>
First published online: 2010



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