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Despre omiletica lui Samuil Micu

Publication: Text şi discurs religios, VI, Section Retorica discursului religios, p. 181-188
Publisher:Editura Universităţii „Alexandru Ioan Cuza”
Abstract:Samuil Micu was not only the most erudite and prolific theologian in Școala Ardeleană, but also an outstanding speaker who’s sermons were listened and highly appreciated by the contemporary society. Although he published only seven original, and two translated funeral discourses, in 1784, his homiletic heritage is much wider. His manuscripts contain over 130 sermons translated by him from patristic writings of Basil the Great, John Chrysostom, Ciril of Alexandria, John of the Ladder, Ephrem the Syrian, Gregory the Theologian, John of Damascus, Anastasius of Sinai, Theodore of Stoudios, etc.
His sermons, written according to the literary language that characterised the religious texts printed after 1750, set a new type of religious discourse: based on vast patristic information, and constructed with a variety of rhetorical principles. These sermons develop themes and motives that were attentively selected from major homiletic works, and represent original conceptions of their author, in a manner that speaks about the intelligence and native talent of the orator.
Key words:sermon clerical, funerary discourse, homily, patristic, theology
Language: Romanian

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References in this publication: 3

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