Justin (Iustinos)( Greek Christian writer)
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Justin; Iustinos, OK. 100 OK. 165 years. n. e., Greek Christian writer. Flavia was born in Naples (dp. Shechem, modern. Nablus) in Palestine. Upon receipt of a comprehensive philosophy of education embraced Christianity, after which he became a fervent defender of the Church and its teachings of a preacher. Double traveled to Rome, where, perhaps, founded his own school. One of his pupils was Tatian. In Rome, took part in public debates, wrote letters in defense of Christians to the emperor Antoninus Pius and his successor Marcus Aurelius, the senate and Roman people. This is the first apology for the Christians and the second apology. Beyond that we have a dialogue with the Jew Trypho (Pros Tryphona Iudaion dialogos), defends the Christians against the accusation of deviation from monotheism. Dialogue paints a picture of the Judeo-Christian polemics II in. Under the name of S. preserved product under Latin titles: Address to the Greeks (Oratio ad Graecos) and in comfort Gentiles (Cohortatio ad gentilles), . and the word to the Greeks (Logos parainetikos pros Hellenas); style and time of their creation, . however, . suggest, . that these works belong to other authors,
. YU. was martyred in Rome ca. 165 g. Descriptions of his martyrdom. He is the first Christian writer who tried to unite the Christian doctrine of Hellenic philosophy. In his work can be traced a considerable influence of Plato and the Stoics.