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Medieval Exegesis: The Four Senses of Scripture (Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought Series)
     

Medieval Exegesis: The Four Senses of Scripture (Ressourcement: Retrieval and Renewal in Catholic Thought Series)

by Henri de Lubac, Edward M. Macierowski (Translator), E. M. Macierowski (Translator)
 

Originally published in French as Exégèse médiévale, Henri de Lubac's multivolume study of medieval exegesis and theology has remained one of the most significant works of modern biblical studies. Available now for the first time in English, this long-sought-after second volume of Medieval Exegesis, translated by E. M. Macierowski

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Originally published in French as Exégèse médiévale, Henri de Lubac's multivolume study of medieval exegesis and theology has remained one of the most significant works of modern biblical studies. Available now for the first time in English, this long-sought-after second volume of Medieval Exegesis, translated by E. M. Macierowski, advances the effort to make de Lubac's major study accessible to the widest possible audience.

Editorial Reviews

America
Magnificent. . . . One can only stand in awe at de Lubac's learning and theological sensitivity.
Glenn W. Olsen
Medieval Exegesis is one of the great achievements of twentieth-century scholarship.
Joseph T. Lienhard
The publication in English of Henri de Lubac's Medieval Exegesis is an epochal event.
Religious Studies Review
A foundational study of the history and character of medieval biblical interpretation.
New Oxford Review
Medieval Exegesis is even more timely and urgent today than it was four decades ago.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780802841469
Publisher:
Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date:
10/28/2000
Series:
Ressourcement Series
Pages:
439
Sales rank:
859,583
Product dimensions:
6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.69(d)

Meet the Author

(1896-1991) A leading figure in twentieth-century RomanCatholicism. He was named a cardinal by Pope John Paul IIin the mid-1980s.

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