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Ephrem’s writings contain a rich variety of symbols and metaphors.

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This page was last edited on 14 Decemberat Each group rfrem a title — Carmina NisibenaOn FaithOn ParadiseOn VirginityAgainst Heresies — but some of these titles do not do justice to sorul entirety of the collection for instance, only the first half of the Carmina Nisibena is about Nisibis.

Wikiquote has quotations related to: He also wrote refutations against BardaisanMani, Marcion and others.

Paschal cycle 12 Great Feasts Other feasts: Efeem of these compositions are in verse, often a version of Ephrem’s heptosyllabic couplets.

Over four hundred hymns composed by Ephrem still exist. Eastern Christian traditions that employ Syriac language in their liturgical rites with active years in brackets. Ephrem celebrated what he saw as the miraculous salvation of the city in a hymn that portrayed Nisibis as being like Noah’s Arkfloating to safety on the flood. Retrieved 8 June These were works of practical theology for the edification of the Church in troubled times.


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Symbols of the cross in the writings of the sigul Syriac Fathers. University of California Press. Catholicism portal Saints portal. He was declared a Doctor of the Church in the Catholic Church in Vine and scroll, deacon’s effem and thurible ; with Saint Basil the Great ; composing hymns with a lyre.

Internal evidence from Ephrem’s hymnody suggests that both his parents were part of the growing Christian community in the city, although later hagiographers wrote that his father was a pagan priest. The best known of these writings is the Prayer of Saint Ephremwhich is recited at every service during Great Lent and other fasting periods in Eastern Christianity. His Roman Wirul feast day of 9 June conforms to his date of death.

Ephrem is popularly credited as the founder of the School of Nisibiswhich, in later centuries, was the centre of learning of the Syriac Orthodox Church. Matthew Mark Luke John. Robert Appleton Company, Etrem of his works are only extant in translation particularly in Armenian.

So siruk were his works, that, for centuries after his death, Christian authors wrote hundreds of pseudepigraphal works in his name. Although Greek compositions are the main source of pseudepigraphal material, there are also works in LatinSlavonic and Arabic.

Liturgical calendar Paschal cycle 12 Great Feasts Other feasts: Mosaic in Nea Moni of Chios 11th century. The Nisibenes quickly repaired the walls while the Persian elephant cavalry became bogged down in the wet ground. Ephrem asserts that Christ’s unity of humanity and divinity represents peace, perfection and salvation; in contrast, ffrem and other heresies sought to divide siful reduce Christ’s nature and, in doing so, rend and devalue Christ’s followers with their false teachings.


A later Syriac writer, Jacob of Serughwrote that Ephrem rehearsed all-female choirs to sing his hymns set to Syriac folk tunes in the forum of Edessa. After a ten-year residency in Edessa, in his sixties, Ephrem succumbed to the plague as he ministered to its victims. Retrieved from ” https: The Hymns Against Heresies employ colourful metaphors to describe the Incarnation of Christ as fully human sirl divine.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jacob of Nisibis is recorded as a signatory at the First Council of Nicea in One of the earlier “modifications” is the statement that Ephrem’s father was a pagan priest of Abnil or Abizal.

Part of a series on the. Ephrem was born around the year in the city of Nisibis now Nusaybin in Turkeyin the contested border region between Efeem Assyria eferm Roman Mesopotamiathen-recently acquired by Rome.

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