Revista Basileia, Anul I, 1-2

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CUPRINS
EDITORIAL
ISTORIE ŞI EDUCAŢIE
Pr. Prof. DRAGOS BAHRIM, Învăţământul teologic seminarial
din România. Tradiţie şi perspective
Prof. dr. ADRIAN TIMOFTI, Seminarul “Veniamin Costachi”
înainte de desfiinţare (1941-1948)
Prof. univ. dr. VASILE VASILE, Rolul  Seminarului  „Veniamin
Costachi”  în  evoluţia  muzicii  bizantine din România (partea I)
Prof. univ. dr. CONSTANTIN CUCOŞ, asist. univ. ADRIAN LABĂR,
Consecinţe   ale   educaţiei   religioase   asupra   formării   conduitelor
tinerilor. Perspectiva beneficiarilor
MISCELLANEA
Pr. Prof. CRISTIAN ALEXANDRU BARNEA, Sfântul   Alexandru
Arhiepiscopul   Constantinopolului – reconstituirea unei biografii
din istoria timpurie a Bizanţului
DRAGOŞ MÎRŞANU, Un  exemplu  de  dialog  islamo-creştin  în
secolul  al  IX-lea: Corespondenţa  între al-Hāshimī şi al-Kindī
SIMION PURICE, RĂZVAN PINTILIE, Chipul lui Dumnezeu în teologia
hrisostomiană
IZVOARE PATRISTICE
SF. MAXIM MĂRTURISITORUL, Întrebări şi nedumeriri
(introd. şi note pr. prof. Dragoş Bahrim, traducerea Laura Enache)
RECENZII
1. Pr. prof. CRISTIAN ALEXANDRU BARNEA, Movileştii – istorie
şi spiritualitate românească, 2 volume: I „Casa noastră movilească”
(330  p.),  II  „Ieremia Movilă.  Domnul.  Familia.  Epoca” (365  p.),
Sfânta Mănăstire  Suceviţa, 2006
2. Pr. Prof. GABRIEL COROAMĂ, Karam  Khella (ed.),  Die  koptische
liturgie,  Theorie  und  Praxis  Verlag, Hamburg, 1989, 205p.

BASILEIA I, 1-2 (2008)

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CUPRINS

EDITORIAL

- ISTORIE ŞI EDUCAŢIE -

Pr. Prof. DRAGOS BAHRIM, Învăţământul teologic seminarial din România. Tradiţie şi perspective (pp. 9-17)

The Theological Seminarial Education in Romania – Traditions and Perspectives

ABSTRACT. Theological seminaries in Romania have a bi-secular tradition. Being the oldest secondary schools which functioned in Romanian Principalities, they reached a special prestige until 1948, when they were dissolved by the communist regime. During the communist period, the theological education took place exclusively under the patronage of the Church, being extremely marginalized. After 1989, the pre-universitary theological schools were reestablished in most bishoprics. This article presents the major contribution that Theological Seminaries acquired in opening more perspectives in modern Romanian educational system.

Prof. dr. ADRIAN TIMOFTI, Seminarul “Veniamin Costachi” înainte de desfiinţare (1941-1948) (pp. 19-36)

The Veniamin Costachi Seminary before its closing (1941-1948)

ABSTRACT. „Veniamin  Costachi” Seminary from Iassy, the most important theological school of Moldavia, dealt in the past with a lot of unhappy circumstances such as the bombardments, requisitions, the refuge and many other historical confrontations.The educational activity during 1941-1948 had also shown to what extent such profound crises were felt in the life of the school. In spite of these terrible difficulties, that some teachers and pupils had faced, nothing could stop the activity of the school and nothing made cease the tradition of the theological seminary. This could not have been possible without the generosity and dedication of those who understood that only through their sacrifice the school could continue its activity.

Prof. univ. dr. VASILE VASILE, Rolul  Seminarului „Veniamin Costachi”  în  evoluţia  muzicii  bizantine din România (partea I) (pp. 37-59)

The Contribution of Veniamin Costachi Seminary to the Evolution of Byzantine Music in Romania – part I

ABSTRACT. The oldest Romanian seminary institution, founded in Iassy by the metropolitan Veniamin Costachi, has contributed, by means of its strong spiritual traditions, to the raise of a strong Orthodox school of religious music. The music curricula,  made under the supervision of Veniamin  Costachi,  a great personality of the Romanian culture, was put in practice with the personalities of psaltic music at that  time,  invited  in  Iassy  from  Constantinople  Oecumenic  Patriarchy  such  as: Petru Lampadarul,  Grigore  Vizantie,  Gheorghe  Paraschiade.  Their  Romanian student, Dimitrie  Suceveanu,  will  find  his  way  under their  supervision,  and  will become the next  great  figure  of  the  psaltic music.  He  will  fulfill the dream  of  his Romanian  superior  hierarch  about  using  Romanian,  the language  of  the  country, for  worship and  study  in  the  Moldavian  churches  and  seminaries.  He  made  this dream  possible  thanks  to  his  teachers,  the  Constantinopolitan  Greek  psalts,  who taught him the most authentic traditions of the Byzantine chant, going to the Greek sources  of  the    Patristic  age.  Dimitrie  Suceveanu  will  „transpose”  with  high accuracy all these traditions in Romanian Church music. So the seminary of Socola became a strong music school which will raise great personalities of religious music. I  made  a presentation  of  their  contribution    in  this  study,  as  author  of  the  first History of Byzantine Music in Romanian and also as former seminary scholar, who practiced   the  Byzantine  Music,  and  studied  its  evolution  in  the  Romanian spirituality.

Prof. univ. dr. CONSTANTIN CUCOŞ, asist. univ. ADRIAN LABĂR, Consecinţe ale educaţiei religioase asupra formării conduitelor tinerilor. Perspectiva beneficiarilor (pp. 61-98)

Consequences of the Religious Education on the Formation of Youth Behaviour. The Perspective of the Youth

ABSTRACT. From  1990  onwards,  after  the  change  of  the  Communist  regime, the religion began to be studied as a discipline in Public Romanian Schools. Nowadays  it is studied  at all  educational  levels  of  the  pre-universitary institutions. This study investigates, on the basis of questionaries  realised by the authors, the influence of the religious courses on pupils. The research pointed out and emphasized the formative effects on the ethical and religious behaviour of young people.

- MISCELLANEA -

Pr. Prof. CRISTIAN ALEXANDRU BARNEA, Sfântul Alexandru Arhiepiscopul Constantinopolului – reconstituirea unei biografii din istoria timpurie a Bizanţului (pp. 101-113)

Saint  Alexander, Archbishop of  Constantinople – Reconstitution of a Biography of the Early Spirituality and History of Byzantine Empire

ABSTRACT. Alexander,  Archbishop  of  Constantinople  (314-337)  was  the  discrete witness of the greatest changes which marked the Western Roman Empire. During his episcopate „the new Rome”, Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire was inaugurated. The first great Ecumenical Council took place at Niceea, in 325, when  the Orthodox  Church  won the  first  ideological  confrontation  of  its  history: Arianism. The name of the great hierarch was related to many wondrous deeds which confirm the holiness of his life, the sublimity of his gift. „The silence” of the sources that characterizes the person of Alexander „talks” today through his secret presence in the spiritual conscience of those who praise him.

DRAGOŞ MÎRŞANU, Un  exemplu de dialog islamo-creştin în secolul al IX-lea: Corespondenţa între al-Hāshimī şi al-Kindī (pp. 115-125)

An example of a Christian – Islamic Dialogue in the 9th Century: The Correspondence of al-Hāshimī and al-Kindī

ABSTRACT. Arguably  the  most  famous  of  the  Christian  polemical  works in Arabic,  the  Apology  of  al-Kindī  is  a  (pseudo?)  correspondence  between a Muslim and a Christian during the ninth century. This short paper in history of  religions is an unpretentious invitation to look at this  text  which is exemplary not only within its context but also, conceivably enough, within our own times.

SIMION PURICE, RĂZVAN PINTILIE, Chipul lui Dumnezeu în teologia hrisostomiană (pp. 127-136)

The Image of God in Chrysostomian Theology

ABSTRACT. In Chrysostomian thought, the image of God confered to man is the seal of God which invested man with the authority of governing the entire creation. Before the fall, man and women had this image equally impressed as a gift and endowment of God naturally attached to the human being so that they were ontologically equal. After  the  fall  the  image  of God  was  altered.  Women  lost  her  independence and her equality to man until Christ incarnation. Salvation is a complex work of Jesus Christ, Son of God, who has restored the divine image of God in humans and has deified the entire humanity.

- IZVOARE PATRISTICE -

SF. MAXIM MĂRTURISITORUL, Întrebări şi nedumeriri (introd. şi note pr. prof. Dragoş Bahrim, traducerea Laura Enache) (pp. 139-160)

St. Maximus the Confessor – Questions and Queries

ABSTRACT. This text represents the translation of a fragment from the work of Saint Maximus the Confessor, entitled Quaestiones et dubia (CPG 7689). The translation was achieved  according  to  the  critical  edition  published  by  José  H.  Declerck  in  the collection  Corpus  Christianorum,  Series  Graeca  no.  10,  in  1982.  The  previous version  of  Fr.  Dumitru  Stăniloae,  in  the  second  volume  of  Filocalia,  presents an incomplete  form  of  the  work,  being  translated  according  the  text  of  the  PG. This selection of questions, published now in the Romanian language for the first time, is meant to announce a future complete edition of this maximian work which is now in process of editing.

RECENZII (pp. 163-186) -

1. Pr. prof. CRISTIAN ALEXANDRU BARNEA, Movileştii – istorie şi spiritualitate românească, 2 volume: I „Casa noastră movilească” (330  p.),  II  „Ieremia Movilă. Domnul.  Familia. Epoca” (365  p.), Sfânta Mănăstire  Suceviţa, 2006

2. Pr. Prof. GABRIEL COROAMĂ, Karam  Khella (ed.),  Die  koptische liturgie,  Theorie  und  Praxis  Verlag, Hamburg, 1989, 205p.

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