A Companion to St. Paul in the Middle Ages by Steven Cartwright

By Steven Cartwright

This quantity surveys the translation of St. Paul through patristic and medieval exegetes. It additionally examines using Paul via medieval reformers, canon legal professionals, and religious lecturers and Pauls portrayal in medieval literature and paintings.

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31 Further evidence for St. Jerome’s dependence on Origen is found in Rufinus’s Epilogue to his translation of Origen’s CRm. In response to those critics (like Jerome) who are insisting that he (Rufinus) should put his own name in the title of the work, Rufinus says that it would not be right for him to steal the title from Origen, since Origen laid the foundations of the work and supplied 27 See R. Heine, The Commentaries of Origen and Jerome on St Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians (Oxford, 2002); C.

55 To my knowledge, the term “New Perspective” was first used by Krister Stendahl, “The Apostle Paul and the Introspective Conscience of the West,” Harvard Theological Review 56 (1963), p. 214. The movement has occurred completely independently of any knowledge of patristic exegesis or St. Paul, in which these scholars have absolutely no interest. The New Perspective is represented today by scholars such as E. P. Sanders, J. Dunn, N. T. Wright and very many others. I will discuss this more fully below.

Verfaillie, Doctrine, p. 70. ” 107 Cf. 407–14 (908). 108 Cf. 62–63 (900). 109 Cf. T. Heither, Translatio, p. 238. 110 Cf. 81–83 (957). 111 C. , 2007), p. 171. 40 thomas p. scheck Testament studies, is strikingly consonant with Origen’s understanding of the significance of the future judgment according to works for believers. This judgment, testified to repeatedly in Pauline texts, determines the destiny of the human being. Unity and synthesis seem to be overriding themes in Origen’s interpretation of Romans.

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