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  1. Giancarlo Rinaldi, Archeologia del Nuovo Testamento. Introduzione. [REVIEW]Glen Arauz - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):289-295.
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  2. Francesco Mosetto, Marco nella sinfonia delle Scritture. [REVIEW]Glen Aráuz - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):277-282.
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  3. Il «sapientissimo Calabro». Guglielmo Sirleto nel V centenario dalla nascita (1514-2014). Problemi, ricerche, prospettive, a cura di B. Clausi e S. Lucà. [REVIEW]Cristiano Biondini - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):312-320.
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  4. Trinitarian Doctrine in Fortunatian of Aquileia’s Commentarii in Evangelia.Jan Dominik Bogataj - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):25-51.
    The purpose of this paper is to examine the Fortunatian’s Christology and Trinitarian theology that can be deduced from his recently found work Commentarii in evangelia and, by doing so, to present a general re-evaluation of his role in the political-doctrinal clashes at the middle of the 4th century. By investigating Fortunatian’s theology in relation to the prior early Latin Trinitarian doctrine and to different heterodox traditions, and ascertaining his doctrinal standpoint in the Arian controversy of the middle of the (...)
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  5. Braulionis Caesaraugustani epistulae et Isidori Hispalensis epistulae ad Braulionem quas edidit R. Miguel Franco adiuuante J. C. Martín-Iglesias; Braulionis Caesaraugustani Confessio uel professio Iudaeorum ciuitatis Toletanae quam edidit J. C. Martín-Iglesias. [REVIEW]Juan Antonio Cabrera Montero - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):310-312.
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  6. Erma e la sacra Scrittura giudaica. Una nota di precisazione.Emanuele Castelli - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):265-267.
    The aim of this paper is to reconsider a recent hypothesis of M. Simonetti on Hermas and the Jewish scriptures.
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  7. Sara Parks, Gender in the Rhetoric of Jesus. Women in Q. [REVIEW]Lavinia Cerioni - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):296-298.
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  8. Graziano Maria Malgeri, Agostino. La speranza cristiana nel commento ai salmi ascensionali. Ambula in Christo et canta gaudens. [REVIEW]Kolawole Chabi - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):300-306.
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  9. Il De immortalitate animae di Agostino nella critica più recente.Nello Cipriani - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):103-135.
    In De immortalitate animae Augustine is not satisfied with completing his proof of the immortality of the soul – which had been left open in the second book of the Soliloquies –; he also answers some possible objections, demonstrating that the rational soul cannot cease to exist, it cannot die, nor can it change into an irrational body or soul. Furthermore, remaining faithful to the programmatic declaration of never wanting to stray from the authority of Christ, he specifies the ontological (...)
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  10. André P. DeBattista – Jonathan Farrugia – Hector Scerri (edd.), «Non laborat qui amat» (Io. eu. tr. 48, 1). A Festschrift in honour of professor Salvino Caruana O.S.A. on his 70th birthday. [REVIEW]Pasquale Cormio - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):282-287.
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  11. Hippolytus. In Canticum II,3 (CPG 1871): las dos alianzas. Nota filológica.P. de Navascués & B. Outtier - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):269-273.
    In Hippolytus, in Cant. II, 3 we find the Georgian term შჯულ-ი several times. G. Garitte rendered it in his Latin translation always as lex, causing quite a bit of obscurity in Hippolytus’ lines. The solution appears when we recognize that it can be traced both to the Greek νόμος and to διαϑήκη. If we take this into account, the text now flows harmoniously with other passages in the works of Hippolytus and with the literal tenor of the terms chosen (...)
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  12. Augustine on the Rich Man and Lazarus.Geoffrey D. Dunn - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):153-180.
    Augustine’s interpretation of the parable of the rich man and Lazarus from Lk 16 shows how much the parables of Jesus are open to a variety of interpretations and applications depending upon which part of the parable is emphasised. In Augustine’s writings the second part of the parable only is commented upon to illustrate points about the afterlife and the fate of the soul. However, in his homilies we find him engaging with both sections of the parable. We can note (...)
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  13. “Begotten” and “Created”. The Synod of Ancyra (358 C.E.) on the Perfect Birth of the Son of God.Samuel Fernández - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):9-23.
    The present article seeks to reconstruct the Christological meaning of the verbs “creating” and “begetting” in the Synodical letter of Ancyra. In order to assess the teaching of this document, the first part of the article provides an overview of the Christological use of “creating” and “begetting” from the beginning of the Arian crisis up to the eve of the synod of Ancyra. The second part studies the verbs “creating” and “begetting” in the Letter of Ancyra. The synodical document makes (...)
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  14. History, Eschatology, and the Development of the Six Ages of the World.John Joseph Gallagher - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):181-206.
    The sex aetates mundi constituted the defining framework for understanding biblical and salvation history in the Early Christian and Late Antique worlds. The origins of the idea that history can be divided into six epochs, each lasting roughly a thousand years, are commonly attributed to Augustine of Hippo. Although Augustine’s engagement with this notion significantly influenced its later popularity due to the prolific circulation of his works, he was by no means the sole progenitor of this concept. This bipartite study (...)
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  15. Maria Antonietta Barbàra – Maria Rosaria Petringa (a cura di), In Ricordo di Sandro Leanza. Giornate di studio di letteratura cristiana antica. [REVIEW]Vittorino Grossi - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):298-300.
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  16. Jérémy Delmulle, Prosper d’Aquitaine contre Jean Cassien. Le Contra collatorem, l’appel à Rome du parti augustinien dans la querelle postpélagienne. [REVIEW]Paul Mattei - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):320-325.
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  17. Corpus Christianorum Series Latina LXXVI-LXXVI A bis 1. Sancti Hieronymi Presbyteri Opera. Commentarii in Prophetas minores. Commentarius in Abacuc, cura et studio Sincero Mantelli. [REVIEW]Paul Mattei - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):306-309.
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  18. Lives, Lives, and Afterlives.A. E. T. McLaughlin - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):207-235.
    Caesarius of Arles in his role as bishop struggled to guide his growing Christian community amid the political and religious fragmentation of early sixth-century Gaul. This article examines the ways in which he shaped his pastoral pedagogy to address the ecclesiological challenges of the post-Roman world. In his own life, in retelling the lives of saints, and in publishing his sermons, Caesarius variously reconceptualized “example” in order to teach ordinary Christians how to live out their faith in a universal church (...)
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  19. Note per l’attribuzione a Massimo il Confessore di parte degli Scholia al Corpus Dionysiacum.Alberto Nigra - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):237-262.
    This article intends to provide a further contribution to the attribution of the Greek Scholia on the Corpus Dionysiacum by examining the Latin version by Anastasius Bibliothecarius. In particular, some Latin manuscripts have recently been identified, which retain many of the critical signs used by Anastasius in order to mark the scholia dating back to Maximus the Confessor. The collation of these cruces not only allows us to identify the contribution of Maximus as a scholiast of the Corpus Dionysiacum, but (...)
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  20. Basilio di Cesarea, Omelie sui Salmi e altre Omelie esegetiche, introduzione, commento e revisione a cura di Giorgio Mazzanti. [REVIEW]Eun Hwa Park - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):325-326.
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  21. Sana Oculos Meos.Rashad Rehman - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):137-152.
    Augustine’s commentary on Alypius’ curiositas at the gladiatorial show recounts one of the most well-known stories in Augustine’s Confessiones. Despite the various interpretations or explications of the story in Augustinian scholarship, this paper argues that the story centres around Alypius’ curiositas as a function of Alypius’ preceding, morally deficient character. The author provides a fourfold, cumulative and philological case for this thesis. He develops this case by means of four evidences. First, Augustine uses the phraseology of animus forti temperantia, the (...)
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  22. Spigolature pseudodidimiane.Angelo Segneri - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):53-102.
    The present study, after a quick codicological investigation of the two surviving manuscripts of the De trinitate by pseudo-Didymus, in which it is concluded that one is a copy of the other, focuses on the lexical analysis of the first book of the mutilated trinitarian treatise. By showing divergences from the authentic works of Didymus, alongside parallels with the writings of the Cappadocian Fathers, Cyril of Alexandria, Theodoret, of other late patristic authors, as well as with those of the Neoplatonic (...)
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  23. Esegesi, Vissuto Cristiano, Culto dei Santi e Santuari. Studi di Storia del cristianesimo per Giorgio Otranto, a cura di Immacolata Aulisa, Luca Avellis, Ada Campione, Laura Carnevale, Angela Laghezza. [REVIEW]Giovanni Maria Vian - 2021 - Augustinianum 61 (1):288-289.
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