Engaging Augustine on Romans : Self, Context, and Theology in Interpretation
Daniel Teselle, Eugene Patte
Continuum Intl Pub Group (January 2003)
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Part of the series 'Romans Through History and Culture', this book explores Augustine's hermeneutics. His reliance on biblical interpretation as a pillar of Christian life is examined in light of his writings on a single book: Paul's Letter to the Romans. One contributor to the anthology also looks at the effect of Augustine's readings of Paul have had on Pauline critical studies.
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