Adriano contra Bar Kosiba, apóstata del helenismo

@article{Sierra2019AdrianoCB,
  title={Adriano contra Bar Kosiba, ap{\'o}stata del helenismo},
  author={Pedro Gim{\'e}nez de Arag{\'o}n Sierra},
  journal={Geri{\'o}n. Revista de Historia Antigua},
  year={2019}
}
  • P. Sierra
  • Published 1 April 2019
  • Philosophy
  • Gerión. Revista de Historia Antigua
La Carta de Simón ben Kosiba a Josué ben Galgula nos habla de su política religiosa y la Carta de Soumaios de su política lingüística y cultural. En este artículo se relaciona la ideología antihelenística de Bar Kosiba con el filohelenismo de Adriano y su política religiosa, en pleno proceso de separación de judaísmo y cristianismo. Precisamente en esta época apareció el neologismo “christianismós” en las Cartas de Ignacio de Antioquía. 

Ignacio de Antioquía inventó el Cristianismo: Trajano y Adriano frente a los Cristianos = Ignatius of Antioch invented the Christianism: Trajan and Hadrian facing the Christians

Resumen: Este artículo estudia el cambio con­ceptual que se produjo a partir de Ignacio de Antioquía, creador de los neologismos Christianismós y Katholika Ekklesía. Se analiza también el precedente

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