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Epistles of Clement
Letters of Clement
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The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Clement, Letters Of
Clement (klem´uhnt), letters of, two letters from the late first and mid-second century ce that early tradition attributed to a Roman bishop (sometimes called Clement of Rome) whom Origen would identify with the Clement mentioned in Phil. 4:3 and Roman Catholic tradition would list as one of the earliest
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Clement, Epistles Of
Clement, Epistles ofTwo texts attributed to Clement, found in the 4th-century biblical Codex Alexandrinus and included in the Apostolic Fathers. They are in fact completely separate Christian documents written by two different authors. Both reflect a traditional piety strongly influenced by Judaism
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Clement, Epistles of
Clement, Epistles of. *Two writings, a letter and a homily, included among the works of the Apostolic Fathers and traditionally attributed to Clement of Rome, the third bishop of Rome and mistakenly identified by some early writers as a disciple of Peter. Both works were appended to the New Testament
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Clement, Letters of (Writing)
Clement, Letters OfClement, Letters of, two letters from the late first and early second century a.d. that early tradition attributed to an author named Clement. 1 Clement was written in the late first or early second century from Rome to the church in Corinth, seeking to quell certain disputes that
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
Clement, Epistles of
Clement, Epistles of. Two letters of the early church, included among the Apostolic Fathers, are attributed to Clement of Rome, who is said to have been the third bishop of the Christian church in that city.
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
CLEMENT, FIRST AND SECOND EPISTLE OF
CLEMENT, FIRST AND SECOND EPISTLE OF. Two things attest to the importance of 1 and 2 Clement in the NT: 1) the inclusions by Codex Alexandrinus (5th cent. ce), which is the earliest manuscript witness; 2) the quotations as Scripture by 2nd cent. Christians. The documents circulated as letters by Clement,