As part of his doctoral dissertation, Leo Joseph Ohleyer examined Paul’s formulaic, yet much disputed, “induere Christum,” a metaphor derived from putting on a garment. He relies heavily on John Chrysostom’s exegesis and interpretation of Romans 13:14 and Galatians 3:27 to supplement and support his point of view, devoting an entire chapter of his dissertation to an examination of Chrysostom’s thoughts and ideas. His work provides a historico-literary investigation of the text, providing arguments for and against Chrysostom’s text.
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Leo Joseph Ohleyer (1891–1974) graduated from the Catholic University of America with a doctorate of theology.