The Use of Textual Criticism for the Interpretation of Patristic Texts: Seventeen Case Studies

The Use of Textual Criticism for the Interpretation of Patristic Texts: Seventeen Case Studies

By: Kenneth B. Steinhauser (author), Scott Dermer (author)Hardback

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Studies the textual alterations in the translation of patristic texts that laid the foundation for the Roman Catholic Church.

Contents

1. Transmission Implications Regarding the Authorship of Cyril of Jerusalem's Mystagogic Catacheses; 2. The Transformation of Fulgentius of Ruspe in the Carolingian Age; 3. Bishop Severus and the Jewish Conversation on Marilyn C. Kincaid; 4. Three Source Arguments for the Two-Way in Didache and Barnabas; 5. The Question of Arian Interpolations in Methodius' Symposium; 6. Possible Apollinarian Interpolations in the Short Recension of Athanasius' Contra Gentes and De Incarnatione; 7. The Passion of Cyprian in the So-Called "Donatist Dossier" of Wurzburgh M. p. th. f. 33; 8. Transformation of the World: Victorinus of and the Ending of His Commentarius in Apocalypsim; 9. Authorial Commentary in Hilary of Poitiers' De Synodis; 10. De Sacramentis into De Mysteriis: Ambrose of Milan as Author and Editor; 11. In Search of "Le Texte Veritible": The Rescension of Kephalaia Gnostica of Evagrius; 12. The Syriac Transmission of Basil of Caesarea's On the Holy Spirit; 13. A History of the Interpretation of St. Cyprian's De unitate; 14. How Difficulties in Transmitting the Texts of Basil's Ad versus Eunomium 3.1 and Maximus' Letter to Marinus Led to the Rise and Fall of Ferrara-Florence and many more.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773430730
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 568
  • ID: 9780773430730
  • ISBN10: 0773430733

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