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Engaging Augustine on Romans: Self, Context, and Theology in…

by Daniel Patte (Editor), Eugene TeSelle (Editor)

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Augustine's 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. This book contains pathbreaking essays that throw light both on Augustine's biblical hermeneutic and on Paul's letter to the Romans. - Robert Jewett, University of Heidelberg… (more)

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