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By Steven Cartwright

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

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44 Such evidence suggests that even deeply committed Augustinian theologians admired Origen’s exegesis of St. Paul. Indeed, the high Augustinian William of St. 46 Erasmus more or less follows Origen 40 PL 114:477, 483, 495. Cf. E. Matter, “The Church Fathers and the Glossa Ordinaria,” in I. , The Reception of the Church Fathers in the West: From the Carolingians to the Maurists, 2 vols. (Leiden, 1997) pp. 83–111; The Glossa Ordinaria on Romans, trans. with an Introduction and Notes by Michael Scott Woodward, TEAMS Commentary Series (Kalamazoo, 2011).

83 Jeremy Cohen, “The Mystery of Israel’s Salvation: Romans 11:25–26 in Patristic and Medieval Exegesis,” Harvard Theological Review 98:3 (2005), 247–81. 84 Cf. 22–25(928). 34 thomas p. ” Therefore, by the Pauline summons to faith, they must equally transfer from the group of those who are perishing to the group of those who are being saved. They must adopt a new shape for their religious lives by becoming members of Christ’s body, the Church, through faith and baptism. For Origen, then, the stress in Romans is more on the equality of Jews and gentiles than on the revelation of the justice of God, though both aspects are proclaimed.

15), of the offering of sacrifices (ch. 12), etc. Upon such material, Origen’s “method” does not need to dig beneath Paul’s letters to 50 Ibid. 51 D. Brattston, Churchman (Summer 2002), p. 189. 52 Adamantius 9 (2003), p. 433. 53 Cf. 1 (1013; 1007). origen’s interpretation of romans 25 find the Christian or ecclesiological meaning, for the letter itself is Christian theology. Origen’s goal in interpreting Romans, then, is to clarify and explain Paul’s terms, train of thought, and argument as carefully, literally and historically as he can.

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