By William M. Greathouse, H. Ray Dunning
This paintings takes the elemental tenets of John Wesley and states them in additional modern phrases. an exceptional source in the event you wish to comprehend the Wesleyan culture. Paper.
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Les comen-es gamstiaues du Psautier IIIIe-Ve sieclesl. Val. I. Les travaux des P e e s mecs et latins sur le Psautier. Recherches et bilan. Orientalla CMstiana Analecta 2 19 (Rome: Pont. Institutum Studiorum Orientaliuxn. 1982). 116-121: idem. Vol. Exegese ~roso~ologiaue et th~ologiaue,Orientalla CMstiana Analecta 220 (Rome: Pont. Institurn Studiorum Orientalium, 1985). 223-274; Emmanuela Prinzivalli. " Annali di storia dell'esegesi 2 (1985):71-78: idem. "Codid interpretativi del Cornmento ai Salmi di Didimo," A n n a l i m 3 (1986):43-56; idem.
Joannis Meursi O ~ e r u mv. , 8 (Florence: Apud Tartinillrn et Franchiurn. 1746). 129-2 12. where Lami also supplied a Latin translation. A. Mai. Classicorurn auctorum e Vaticanis codicibus editorurn. v. 9 [Rome: 'Qpis Collegii Urbani. 271. 69. Jerome De vir. ill. 109. 70. Of these fragments,the only one that is explicitly ascribed to Didymus' commentary on Job is PG 96. 141C6-7 [=PG96. 54184-6). The discovery of Didymus' Comrnentarv on Job among the Tura papyri allows one to see that several other fkagments ascribed to Didymus in the Sacra parduela belong to the commentary on Job: Comm.
Fernbdez Marcos. "Sefarad 36 (1976):267-284. Regarding the Gospel text used by Didymus. C. Linss. 'The Four Gospel T& of Didymus the Blind" (Diss.. Boston Univ. School of Theology. 1955): C. M. Martini. " New Testament Studies 24 (1978):285-296; Bart D. Ehrman. 'The Gospel Text of Didymus: A Contribution to the Study of the Alexandrian Text" (Diss.. Princeton Theol. Seminary, 19851; idem. Didvmus the BIind and the Text of the Gosoels (Decatur. Georgia: Scholars Press. 1986);idem. " Journal of Biblical Literature 106 (1987): 465-486.