By Steven Cartwright
This quantity surveys the translation of St. Paul by way of patristic and medieval exegetes. It additionally examines using Paul by way of medieval reformers, canon legal professionals, and non secular lecturers and Pauls portrayal in medieval literature and artwork.
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391. 65 Cf. 1718: Deum unum, eumque conditorem et effectorem omnium esse credo: Deumque Verbum qui ex eo natus est, qui ejusdem est ac ille essentiae, qui semper est, qui extremis temporibus hominem ex Maria assumpsit. ” 66 Cf. 1883: Ejusdem enim essentiae est, inseparabilisque beata Trinitas. ” 67 Cf. “Adamantius,” in: W. Smith and H. , A Dictionary of Christian Biography (London, 1887), vol. 1, p. 40. origen’s interpretation of romans 29 persons of the Trinity, this may not be original, but probably represents Rufinus’s post-Nicene glosses.
Origen’s homilies on Gn, Ex, Lv, Nm, Dt, Jos, Jgs]. We cannot be surprised to observe that the form taken by his theological elaboration is the interpretation of the Holy Books and that precisely, through its characteristic reflection on Scripture as well as on the Christian Event that accomplishes it, the Pauline doctrine is itself a theology. Origen imitates and extends the movement of the Apostle, in whom he sees above all the foremost of exegetes. Most certainly, this is one more reason that does not hold in the case of evangelical accounts [the four Gospels]; but, considering the diversity of the genres, it remains true that the interior intellectus that emerges from these accounts is truly interior to the very reality described by the letter of the text.
This should not really surprise us when we consider that the New Testament itself uses Trinitarian language to describe God. The Trinitarian name of God is defined in the baptismal formula (Mt 28:19). L. ). ”70 A triadic theological structure is present in Paul’s own theology (cf. 14). In a recent and very thorough study, G. Fee concludes: And however one finally settles for oneself this divine mystery, to lower Paul’s Christology to fit either patterns of development or the dictates of logic seems to miss Paul by too wide a margin.
A Companion to St. Paul in the Middle Ages by Steven Cartwright