Clement of Alexandria Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism)


Buckley, Jorunn Jabobsen. “Females, Males, and Angels in Clement of Alexandria's Excerpta ex Theodoto.” In Female Fault and Fulfilment in Gnosticism, pp. 61–83. Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 1986.

Analysis of Clement's use of the terms “female,” “male,” and “angel.”

Buell, Denise Kimber. “Producing Descent/Dissent: Clement of Alexandria's Use of Filial Metaphors as IntraChristian Polemic.” Harvard Theological Review 90, No. 1 (January 1997): 89-104.

Study of Clement's use of procreative and kinship imagery to legitimatize certain Christians as heirs....

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