Latest books


Download e-book for kindle: An Introduction to the Medieval Bible by Frans van Liere

By Frans van Liere

The center a while spanned the interval among watersheds within the background of the biblical textual content: Jerome's Latin translation c.405 and Gutenberg's first revealed model in 1455. The Bible was once arguably the main influential ebook in this time, affecting religious and highbrow lifestyles, renowned devotion, theology, political buildings, paintings, and structure. In an account that's delicate to the religiously various international of the center a long time, Frans van Liere deals the following an available creation to the examine of the Bible during this interval. dialogue of the cloth facts - the Bible as e-book - enhances an in-depth exam of ideas similar to lay literacy and ebook tradition. This creation encompasses a thorough remedy of the rules of medieval hermeneutics, and a dialogue of the formation of the Latin bible textual content and its canon. it will likely be an invaluable start line for all these engaged in medieval and bible study.

Show description

Read Online or Download An Introduction to the Medieval Bible PDF

Best new testament books

James (New Testament Readings) - download pdf or read online

Richard Bauckham explores the historic and literary contexts of the Epistle of James, discussing the importance of James because the brother of Jesus and chief of the early Jerusalem church. He provides specified realization to the aphorisms which encapsulate James' knowledge, and to the way in which that James' instructing heavily resembles that of Jesus.

Paul and Palestinian Judaism: A comparison of patterns of by E. P. Sanders PDF

Long ago 3 a long time purposes have accrued for a metamorphosis of our entire photo of Judaism in first-century Palestine. Sanders has listened to these purposes; he has performed his homework; and he undertakes the following to shift the query approximately Paul's relation to that Judaism right into a essentially various standpoint.

The Lazarus Story Within the Johannine Tradition by Wendy Sproston North PDF

This historical-critical learn of the Gospel of John and the 1st Epistle of John demanding situations the generally held view that the 1st Johannine epistle is expounded to the Gospel. Sproston argues that the 2 writings are in some way comparable via a typical Johannine culture. A comparability of the 2 consequently permits conventional fabric within the evangelist's paintings to be remoted, improving our figuring out of the artistic techniques taken with its composition.

Additional resources for An Introduction to the Medieval Bible

Sample text

Org/core/terms. 003 The Bible as Book  charts in the back that indicated what sections should be read on what days of the liturgical year. Other bibles had indications in the margin that showed where readings should begin or end and on what particular day they should be read. Even the more generic chapter headings at the beginning of biblical books (called capitula, tituli, or breves), a common feature of all biblical texts before ca.  (explained more fully in Chapter ), may have functioned to facilitate looking up the correct reading for certain days during the liturgical year.

Org/core. org/core/terms. 003 The Bible as Book  uncommon words. The eight-century Vespasian Psalter was provided with an interlinear translation into Old English in the tenth century, and the Lindisfarne Gospels were similarly glossed sometime in the tenth century. In the twelfth century, the two features, marginal glosses and interlinear glosses, were combined to form a new type of bible: the glossed Bible book. While the marginal glosses contained longer excerpts of commentaries from the Church fathers, interlinear glosses contained shorter comments, often only a few words.

Vol. 2: The West from the Fathers to the Reformation. Edited by G. W. H. Lampe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, . De Hamel, Christopher F. R. The Book. A History of the Bible. London: Phaidon, . Hebrew Bible/Old Testament. The History of Its Interpretation. Vol 1: From the Beginning to the Middle Ages (until 1300). Part 2: The Middle Ages. Edited by Magne Sæbø, Chris Brekelmans, and Menahem Haran. G¨ottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, . org/core. org/core/terms. 002 Introduction  The New Cambridge History of the Bible.

Download PDF sample

Rated 5.00 of 5 – based on 6 votes

Comments are closed.