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From Shadow to Promise

Old Testament Interpretation from Augustine to the Young Luther

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ISBN 9780674433052

Publication Date: 01/01/1969

301 pages

Belknap Press


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  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Part One. Medieval Hermeneutics to 1513
    • I. Augustine
    • II. Hugh of Saint Victor
    • III. Three Scholastic Theologians
    • IV. The Prologue Literature: Nicholas of Lyra
    • V. Two Nominalist Theologians
    • VI. Paul of Burgos
    • VII. James Perez of Valencia
    • VIII. Late Scholastic Developments
    • IX. Three Late Medieval Contemporaries
  • Part Two. Luther’s First Psalms Course, 1513–1515
    • X. A Medieval Luther
    • XI. Luther’s Development: A Projection
    • XII. The Senses and Structure of Scripture
    • XIII. The New Hermeneutical Divide
    • XIV. The Discovery of the Faithful Synagogue
    • XV. Tropology, Promise, and Faith
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix: Occurences of Pactum and Promissio in the Dictata
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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