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 Bios kai politeia kai askēsis tou hosiou patros hēmon kai thaumatourgou Lazarou tou en tō Galēsiō

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Author(s): Schadler, Peter
The life, conduct, and ascetic practice of our blessed father Lazarus the miracle worker of Mt Galesion, Life of Lazarus of Galesion Gregory the Cellarer Date: Between 1058 and about 1075 Original Language: Greek Description The Vita of Lazarus is extant in two manuscripts; Delehaye's edition of the text, based on the earlier of these, is 80 pages long.  Lazarus was a saint of the 11th century who gained fame for his ascetic life as a Stylite, or 'pillar saint', on Mt Galesion near Ephesus in Asia Minor. There is no debate among scholars regarding authenticit…

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Author(s): Schadler, Peter
The Dialogue between a Saracen and a Christian Date of Birth: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown Place of Death: Unknown Biography -- Primary Sources of Information -- Secondary Sources of Information -- Works on Christian-Muslim Relations Dialexis Sarakēnou kai Christianou Peter Schadler

Gregory the Cellarer

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Author(s): Schadler, Peter
Grēgorios ho kellaritēs, Gregorius monachus, Gregory the Monk, Gregory the Galesiote Date of Birth: After 967 Place of Birth: Constantinople Date of Death: Between 1058 and 1100 Place of Death: Unknown, probably Mt Galesion near Ephesus Biography Almost nothing is known about Gregory, except what he reveals about himself in the Vita he wrote. Born in Constantinople and generally well educated, he was a younger disciple of Lazarus, and became a monk at the Resurrection Monastery at Galesion sometime after 1030. He served as trapezopios and then later cellarer of the monastery. …

 Dialexis Sarakēnou kai Christianou

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Author(s): Schadler, Peter
The Dialogue between a Saracen and a Christian Uncertain author Date: Unknown, probably second half of the 8th c. Original Language: Greek Description This work, which has long been associated with John of Damascus, is a dialogue between a Christian and a Saracen about the cause of good and evil, and the difference between the uncreated Word of God and the created words of God. It explores the subjects of God's omnipotence and man's free will, the uncreated or created nature of God's word, the death of Mary, and the relation of Jesus to John the Baptist.   The work exists in several variatio…