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Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Hebrews
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Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture: Hebrews

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IVP 2005

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$54.99

Overview

The excerpts chosen in this volume range widely over geography and time from Justin Martyr and Clement of Rome in the late first and early second century to The Venerable Bede, Isaac of Nineveh, Photius, and John of Damascus in the eighth and ninth centuries. The Alexandrian tradition is well represented in Clement of Alexandria, Origen, Athanasius, Didymus, and Cyril of Alexandria, while the Antiochene tradition is represented in Ephrem the Syrian, Theodore of Mopsuestia, Severian of Gabala, and Theodoret of Cyr. Italy and North Africa in the West are represented by Ambrose, Cassiodorus, and Augustine, while Constantinople, Asia Minor, and Jerusalem in the East are represented by the Great Cappadocians—Basil the Great, Gregory of Nazianzus, and Gregory of Nyssa—Eusebius, Cyril of Jerusalem, and Jerome.

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Key Features

  • Illuminates Scripture in the light of classic and consensual Christian faith
  • Provides biographical sketches and a timeline of ancient Christian sources
  • Makes accessible early Christian commentary on Hebrews

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About Erik M. Heen

Erik M. Heen is a professor of New Testament and Greek at Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He is the author of Anton Fridrichsen (1888–1953): An Introduction and an Author Bibliography and many articles published in Semeia, The Review of Biblical Literature, Teaching Theology and Religion, Currents, Dialog, The Philadelphia Inquirer and others.