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Nicholas of Lyra, Literal Commentary on Galatians

Edited and translated by Edward Naumann

Nicholas of Lyra, Literal Commentary on Galatians
Paperback, 164 pages £23.50
Published: 2015
ISBN: 9781580442114
Format: 233mm x 155mm
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Subjects: Biblical Studies, Medieval Institute Publications, Medieval Studies
Series: TEAMS Commentary Series

Though little-known today, Nicholas of Lyra's commentaries are arguably among the most widely-read and influential commentaries of all time. For more than two hundred years, from the time of their composition, well into the Reformation era, they were copied and recopied, printed and reprinted, as an indispensable guide to the meaning of scripture. Naumann presents here a complete translation of Lyra's literal commentary on Galatians in English for the first time, with a freshly-edited Latin text, and provides ample notes on its significance in relation to the works of previous authors.

Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction Nicholas of Lyra, Commentary on the Letter of Paul to the Galatians Bibliography

"This book serves multiple purposes: it reproduces both the Latin texts of the Postilla literalis and the English translation of the author, and it provides a number of details to deepen any reader's interest in St. Nicholas of Lyra and his commentary. [...]An interesting and advanced version of the comments of Nicholas..." Cosmin Tudor Ciocan, The Medieval Review 16.12.05

Edward Arthur Naumann studied Classics at Edinburgh, Greek and Latin at the Catholic University of America, and theology at Concordia Theological Seminary. He now serves as a pastor and educator for the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, where he is Theological Educator to South Asia.



Publication Details:


Binding:
 Paperback , 164 pages
ISBN:
 9781580442114
Format:
 233mm x 155mm

BIC Code:
 DSBB, HRCG
BISAC Code:
  HIS037010, REL006050
Imprint:
 Medieval Institute Publications


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