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A Companion to St. Paul in the Middle Ages by Steven Cartwright

By Steven Cartwright

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

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10 (1959), pp. 10–42. 18 Cf. B. Bennett, “The Soiling of Sinful Flesh: Primordial Sin, Inherited Corruption and Moral Responsibility in Didymus the Blind and Origen”, Adamantius 11 (2005), pp. 77–92. 19 Cf. H. J. Frede, Ein Neuer Paulustext und Kommentar. Band I: Untersuchungen. Aus der Geschichte der Lateinischen Bibel 7 (Freiburg, 1973). 20 For a general survey of Origen’s legacy in the West, see M. Schär, Das Nachleben des Origenes im Zeitalter des Humanismus (Basel, 1979). For a study of the specific legacy of Origen’s CRm in the West, see Scheck, Origen and the History of Justification.

57 Ramelli has no hesitation in affirming the authenticity of such statements, even though they stem from Rufinus’s Latin translations. 58 In spite of this robust defense of Origen’s Christological orthodoxy and of the substantial reliability of Rufinus’s translations, the fact remains that Rufinus’s translation technique, particularly for Origen’s work On First Principles, has been the subject of reproach since the days of Jerome and needs to be discussed in the present article. 59 Because of this suspicion, in his Latin translations Rufinus is suspected of having sometimes doctored the wording of the original in order to make the text conform more adequately to Origen’s plainly orthodox statements found elsewhere in his writings.

Paul’s letters. Rather, it is the same method and principles that are at work, but they are operating on different theological material. That is to say, Paul’s letter to the Romans is itself a Christological interpretation of the Old Testament in its literal argument. , of Abraham’s faith and circumcision (chs. 2, 4), of Adam (ch. 5), of the Old Testament prophecies about the identity of the Messiah and the inclusion of the gentiles among God’s people (ch. 15), of the offering of sacrifices (ch.

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