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Medieval exegesis : the four senses of Scripture

Author: Henri de Lubac; Mark Sebanc; E M Macierowski
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. ; Edinburgh : T & T Clark, 1998- <2009>
Series: Ressourcement (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
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Originally published in French as Exégèse médiévale, Henri de Lubac's monumental, multivolume study of medieval exegesis and theology has remained one of the most significant works of modern biblical studies. Examining the prominent commentators of the Middle Ages and their texts, de Lubac elucidates the medieval approach to biblical interpretation that sought "the four senses" of Scripture, especially the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Lubac, Henri de, 1896-1991.
Medieval exegesis.
Grand Rapids, Mich. : W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. ; Edinburgh : T & T Clark, 1998- <2009>
(OCoLC)754743502
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henri de Lubac; Mark Sebanc; E M Macierowski
ISBN: 0802841457 9780802841452 0567087603 9780567087607 9780802841476 0802841473 0567086348 9780567086341 0802841465 9780802841469
OCLC Number: 37935029
Notes: Vol. 1 translated by Mark Sebanc; v. 2 and v. 3 translated by E.M. Macierowski.
Description: volumes <1-3> ; 24 cm.
Contents: V.1, Theology, Scripture, and the Fourfold Sense --
The Opposing Lists --
Patristic Origins --
The Latin Origen --
The Unity of the Two Testaments --
V.2, Names and Number of the Biblical Senses --
The Foundation of History --
Allegory, Sense of the Faith --
Mystical Tropology --
Anagogy and Eschatology --
V.3, Berno of Reichenau --
Subjectivism and Spiritual Understanding --
A Lineage Stemming from Jerome? --
Hugh of Saint Victor --
The Victorine School --
Joachim of Flora.
Series Title: Ressourcement (Grand Rapids, Mich.)
Other Titles: Exégèse médiévale.
Responsibility: Henri de Lubac.

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