He studied at Caesarea and Constantinople and, finally c. Gregory of Nazianzus. On returning home he began a secular career, but the influence of his pious sister Macrina, later a nun and abbess, confirmed his earlier inclination to the ascetic life. With a group of friends, he established a monastic settlement on the family estate at Annesi in Pontus. In he made an extensive tour of the monasteries of Egypt , and in he assisted the Cappadocian bishops at a synod at Constantinople.
He had been distressed by the general acceptance of the Arian Creed of the Council of Ariminum the previous year and especially by the fact that his own bishop, Dianius of Caesarea, had supported it. In he was called back to Caesarea, when the church was threatened by the Arian emperor Valens. He also founded charitable institutions to aid the poor, the ill, and travellers. When Valens passed through Caesarea in , Basil dramatically defied his demand for submission. But in Valens divided the province, and Basil considered this a personal attack, since Anthimus of Tyana thus became metropolitan for the cities of western Cappadocia.
Basil countered by installing supporters in some of the border towns— St. Gregory of Nazianzus at Sasima and his own brother St. Gregory at Nyssa. This tactic was only partially successful, but Basil escaped the attacks that Valens launched on orthodox bishops elsewhere. Meanwhile, Basil tried to secure general support for the former semi-Arian St.
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This gospel was first referred to by Irenaeus ; Ron Cameron notes: "In his citation, Irenaeus first quotes a non-canonical story that circulated about the childhood of Jesus and then goes directly on to quote a passage from the infancy narrative of the Gospel of Luke. Because of the complexities of the manuscript tradition, however, there is no certainty as to when the stories of the Infancy Gospel of Thomas began to be written down.
The best known in modern times of these documents is the "sayings" document that is being called the Gospel of Thomas , a noncanonical work whose date is disputed. The opening line claims it is the work of "Didymos Judas Thomas" — whose identity is unknown. This work was discovered in a Coptic translation in at the Egyptian village of Nag Hammadi , near the site of the monastery of Chenoboskion. Once the Coptic text was published, scholars recognized that an earlier Greek translation had been published from fragments of papyrus found at Oxyrhynchus in the s.
Jornada is the oldest known written document to refer to this type of cross as a St. Thomas Cross. Gouvea also writes about the veneration of the Cross at Cranganore, referring to the cross as "Cross of Christians". It is widely perceived as the symbol of Saint Thomas Christians. There are several interpretations of the Nasrani symbol. The interpretation based on Christian Jewish tradition assumes that its design was based on Jewish menorah , an ancient symbol of the Hebrews, which consists of seven branched lamp stand candelabra. The lotus symbolizing Buddhism and the Cross over it shows that Christianity was established in the land of Buddha.
The three steps indicate Calvary and the rivulets, channels of Grace flowing from the Cross. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Early Christian, one of the twelve apostles and a saint. Hymni et Sermones, IV. Vienna Madrid Eerdmans Publishing — Archived from the original on 5 February Retrieved 25 April The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. George Menachery, Vol. Retrieved 26 September Thomas the Apostle — GCatholic. Retrieved 10 May Thomas Christian Encyclopaedia of India , Vol. II, Trichur, , p. Judas Thomas, as he is called [in the Acta Thomae ] and elsewhere in Syriac tradition Thomas the Apostle". Catholic Encyclopedia. Armitage Joseph of Arimathea, Kessinger Publishing, p.
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