Bishop Kaye (Some Account of the Writings and Opinions of Clement of Alexandria, p. 48) translates, “receiving from man that which made man (that on account. Title: The Instructor (Paedagogus). Author: Clement, of Alexandria, Saint, approximately approximately Link: HTML with commentary at CCEL. Paedagogus by Clement of Alexandria. Also spelled “Pædagogus”, originally παιδαγωγός in Greek, commonly translated as “The Instructor” or.
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Clementis Alexandrini Paedagogus
You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. And how do you love yourself, if you do not love life? And He is the propitiation for our sinsas John says; Jesus, who heals both our body and soul — which are the proper man. But we need a Teacher of the exposition of those sacred words, to whom we must direct our steps.
And they squander and throw away their wealth on fading dyes, and bought slaves; like crammed fowls scraping the dung of life. Woe unto them, for they have gone in the way of Cain, and run greedily after the error of Balaam, and perished in the gainsaying of Core. If your eye offend you, cut it out, He says, dragging lust up from the foundation. But to return [to God] after sinning is characteristic not of any man, but only of a man of worth.
But that man with whom the Word dwells does not alter himself, does not get himself up: But man is transformed by the Word, by whom wild beasts are tamed, and fishes caught, and birds drawn down. But whoever neither himself perceives, nor, hearing another, Lays to heart — he is a worthless man. Of which prophecy speaks expressly: Whom does he bless?
King of saintsalmighty Word Of the Father highest Lord; Wisdom’s head and chief; Assuagement of all grief; Lord of all time and space, Jesus, Saviour of our race; Shepherd, who keeps us; Husbandman, who tills, Bit to restrain us, Rudder To guide us as You will; Of the all- holy flock celestial wing; Fisher of menwhom You bring to life; From evil sea of sinAnd from the billowy strife, Gathering pure fishes in, Caught with sweet bait of life: With whom, then, are we to associate?
Do they happen to be black?
Having your conversation honest among the Gentiles ; that, whereas they speak against you as evil-doers, they may, by the good works which they behold, glorify God. And she will never fall, who puts clwment her eyes modesty, and her shawl; nor will she invite another to fall into sin by uncovering her face.
A fair provision for the journey to heaven paedagoyus theirs who bear frugality with chaste gravity. Nor is one to swagger in the ways, nor throw back his head to look at those he meets, if they look at him, as if he were strutting on the stage, and pointed at with the finger. Walk in wisdom towards them that are without, redeeming the time.
And if it is necessary for us, while engaged in public business, or discharging other avocations in the country, and often away from wlexandria wives, to seal anything for the sake of safety, He the Word allows us a signet for this purpose only. While he yet retained the ornament, the hair of the chin showed him to be a man.
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Honour your father and your mother. For the love meant is the love of God. As you would that men should do unto you, do likewise to them. Though a manthen, be richer than Cinyras and Midas, and is wickedand haughty as he who was luxuriously clothed in purple and fine linen, and despised Lazarus, he is miserable, and lives in trouble, and shall not live. oaedagogus
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As clear witnesses will be produced by the German, paedgaogus Rhine; and by the Scythian, the waggon. And often kisses inject the poison of licentiousness.
But let those others, who profess the practice of illiberal postures in gymnastics, be dismissed. For what base action is it that is not exhibited in the theatres? Grant to us who obey Your precepts, that we may perfect the likeness of the image, and with all our power know Him who is the good God and not a harsh judge.
Head-dresses and varieties of head-dresses, and elaborate braidings, and infinite modes of dressing the hair, and costly specimens of mirrors, in which they arrange their costume — hunting after those that, like silly children, are crazy about their figures — are characteristic of women who have lost all sense of shame.
And if she shake up the couch, reach drink to her husband when thirsty, set food on the table as neatly as possible, and so give herself exercise tending to sound health, the Instructor will approve of a woman like this, who stretches forth her arms to useful tasks, rests her hands on the distaff, opens her hand to the pour, and extends her wrist to the beggar.
For from his look shall a man be knownsays the Scripture clrment, from meeting a man the man is known: But that is the better enjoyment which the Lord assigned to the disciplewhen He taught him to catch men as fishes in the water. What do you say?