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The reception and interpretation of the Bible in late antiquity : proceedings of the Montréal colloquium in honour of Charles Kannengiesser, 11-13 October 2006 / edited by Lorenzo DiTommaso & Lucian Turcescu.

Kannengiesser, Charles. (Added Author). DiTommaso, Lorenzo. (Added Author). Turcescu, Lucian. (Added Author).
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Subject: Bible > Criticism, interpretation, etc. > History > Early church, ca. 30-600 > Congresses.
Kannengiesser, Charles.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9789047442127
  • ISBN: 9047442121
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxviii, 608 pages, [1] pages of plates) : illustrations.
  • Publisher: Leiden ; Brill, 2008.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
"Bibliography of the works of Charles Kannengiesser": pages 543-560).
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction: the reception and interpretation of the bible in late antiquity / Lorenzo DiTommaso and Lucian Turcescu -- Congratulatory letter / Rowan Williams -- The novelty and inescapability of the bible in late antiquity / Robert Louis Wilken -- Car mes iniquités dépassèrent ma tête: Les fonctions du texte biblique dans la section katanyktique du Logos Asketikos de Maxime le Confesseur / Pablo Argárate -- What makes exegesis either Christian or Jewish? / Herbert W. Basser -- Augustine and the ethics of reading the bible / Pamela Bright -- Appeals to Jesus and the one 'who heals every illness and every infirmity' (Matt 4:23, 9:35) in Amulets in late antiquity / Theodore De Bruyn -- Le commentaire au 4e siècle ou, pour reformuler le dicton, ancienneté a-t-elle toujours autorité? / Marie-Pierre Bussières -- Completing the Gospel: the infancy gospel of Thomas as a supplement to the Gospel of Luke / Tony Chartrand-Burke -- Good tree, bad tree: the Matthean/Lukan paradigm in panichaeism and its opponents / J. Kevin Coyle -- Biblical form, function, and genre in the post-biblical historical apocalyptica / Lorenzo DiTommaso -- The reception and interpretation of Paul in late antiquity: 1 Corinthians 7 and the ascetic debates / David G. Hunter -- The eternal gospel: Origen's echatological exegesis / Shawn W.J. Keough -- Making the imperfect perfect: the adaptation of Hebrews 11 in the 9th Mēmrā of the Syriac Book of steps / Robert A. Kitchen -- Les Homélies sur l'Évangile de Luc de Titus de Bostra / Jean-Michel Lavoie, Paul-Hubert Poirier et Thomas S. Schmidt -- Hearing love's language: the letter of the text in Origen's Commentary on the Song of songs / Richard A. Layton -- The early rabbinic refashioning of biblical Heilsgeschichte, the fashioning of the rabbinic canon of scriptures, and the formation of the early rabbinic movement / Jack N. Lightstone -- '[Greek characters]': the exegetical relationship between Athanasius' Orationes contra Arianos I-III and Marcellus of Ancyra's Contra Asterium / Sara Parvis -- Présupposés herméneutiques de la lecture de la Bible juive chez les gnostiques. Étude de quelques procédés exégétiques dans un traité de Nag Hammadi (NH 2, 4) / Anne Pasquier -- Scripture for a life of perfection. The bible in late antique monasticism: the case of Palestine / Lorenzo Perrone -- Separating light from darkness: Manichaean use of biblical traditions in the Kephalaia / Timothy Pettipiece -- The reception of early Christian texts and traditions in late antique apocryphal literature / Pierluigi Piovanelli -- Methods of early Rabbinic biblical exegesis / Gary G. Porton -- Pseudepigraphy, authorship, and the reception of 'the bible' in late antiquity / Annette Yoshiko Reed -- Between scripture and tradition: the Marian Apocrypha of early Christianity / Stephen J. Showmaker -- Gregory of Nyssa's Biblical hermeneutics in De opificio hominis / Lucian Turcescu -- Scripture as a legacy of the fathers / Charles Kannengiesser.
Language Note: English and French.
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