A Companion to St. Paul in the Middle Ages (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition v. 39)

A Companion to St. Paul in the Middle Ages (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition v. 39)

By: Steven R. Cartwright (editor)Hardback

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Over the last twenty years, increasing attention has been given to the interpretation of St. Paul in the Middle Ages. This is one of the first scholarly volumes to look broadly at the understanding and use of Paul in medieval Europe. It focuses not only on the interpretation of the Apostle by patristic and medieval exegetes, but also on the use of his teachings by church reformers, canon lawyers, and spiritual teachers, and his portrayal in art and vernacular literature and culture. By bringing together both exegetical studies of Pauline interpretation with explorations of newer themes, this book provides a more complete view of the medieval Paul than has previously been available. Contributors include Csaba Nemeth, Ian Levy, Thomas Scheck, Joshua Papsdorf, Valerie Heuchan, Ann collins, Lisa Fagin Davis, James Morey, Ken Grant, Colt Anderson, Franklin Harkins, Steven Cartwright, and Aaron Canty.

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Steven R. Cartwright, Ph.D. (2001) in History, Western Michigan University, is Senior Instructor of History at Western Michigan University. He has published a translation of Peter Abelard's Commentary on Romans (The Catholic University of America Press, 2011) and other studies of medieval exegesis. Contributors include: Csaba Nemeth, Ian Levy, Thomas Scheck, Joshua Papsdorf, Valerie Heuchan, Ann Collins, Lisa Fagin Davis, James Morey, Ken Grant, Colt Anderson, Franklin Harkins, Steven Cartwright, and Aaron Canty.

Contents

Notes on Contributors List of Illustrations Introduction: St. Paul in the Middle Ages Steven R. Cartwright I. THE EXEGESIS OF PAUL Patristic Pauline Exegesis Origen's Interpretation of Romans Thomas P. Scheck "Ambrosiaster" in Paul in the Middle Ages Joshua Papsdorf Pelagius's Interpretation of Romans Thomas P. Scheck Saint Paul in Augustine Aaron Canty Medieval Pauline Exegesis Commentaries on the Pauline Epistles in the Carolingian Era Ian Levy Eleventh Century Commentaries on the Epistles of Saint Paul: The Role of Glosses in Pauline Exegesis Ann Collins Twelfth Century Pauline Exegesis: William of St Thierry's Monastic Rhetoric and Peter Abelard's Scholastic Logic Steven R. Cartwright Docuit excellentissimae divinitatis mysteria: St. Paul in Thomas Aquinas Franklin T. Harkins Nicholas of Lyra (and Paul of Burgos) on the Pauline Epistles Ian Levy II. PAUL IN MEDIEVAL THEOLOGY AND CULTURE Paul in Ecclesiology and Spirituality St. Paul in the Register of Pope Gregory VII and the Collection in 74 Titles Ken Grant St. Paul and Reform Rhetoric in the High Middle Ages Colt Anderson Paulus raptus to raptus Pauli: Paul's rapture (2 Cor. 12:2-4) in the pre-scholastic and scholastic theologies Csaba Nemeth Paul in Art, Preaching, and Literature The Epitome of Pauline Iconography: BnF Francais 50, The Miroir Historial of Jean de Vignay, Lisa Fagin Davis The Apostle Paul in Anglo-Saxon England: All Things to All Men Valerie Heuchan Paul in Old and Middle English James H. Morey Index

Product Details

  • publication date: 09/11/2012
  • ISBN13: 9789004236714
  • Format: Hardback, Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 524
  • ID: 9789004236714
  • weight: 934
  • ISBN10: 9004236716

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