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Didymus the Blind

Commentary on Zechariah (Fathers of the Church)

by Robert C. Hill

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Published by Catholic University of America Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Books of the Old Testament,
  • Zechariah,
  • Commentaries,
  • Bible - Stories - Old Testament,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • Christianity - History - General,
  • Early works to 1800,
  • Biblical Commentary - Old Testament,
  • Bible - Criticism Interpretation - Old Testament,
  • Allegorical interpretations,
  • Bible.,
  • O.T.

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8022803M
    ISBN 10081320111X
    ISBN 109780813201115

    Synopsis "The book of Zechariah" is "the longest and most obscure" of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked. That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet. 5/5(2). Didymus the Blind. Didymus the Blind (–98), blind from early childhood, committed himself to study Origen, and became one of his most influential successors in Alexandria. Brilliant, Didymus became one of the best educated men of his day.

    Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. De Trinitate: Buch I. Didymus (the Blind) A. Hain, - Trinity - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. Didymus the Blind; Didymus the Blind (primary author only) Author division. Didymus the Blind is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Didymus the Blind is composed of 12 names. You can examine and separate out names. Combine with.

    Didymus also offers moral arguments for his Origenistic adoption of the preexistence of the soul, showing how only such a tenet guarantees the priority of virtue (). The volume covers ethical, cosmological, and exegetical facets of Didymus’s thought with breadth and care. The Vision of Didymus the Blind is very compressed. Sometimes.   Didymus the Blind, of Alexandria, b. about or ; d. about or , at the age of eighty-five. Didymus lost the use of his eyes when four years old, yet he became one of the most learned men of his period. He prayed earnestly in his youth, we are told by Rufinus, not for the sight of his bodily eyes, but for the illumination of the heart.


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Didymus the Blind and the Text of the Gospels (The New Testament in the Greek Fathers) by Bart D. Ehrman | May 1, out of 5 stars1. Hardcover. More Buying Choices$(1 used offer) Paperback. $$$$ The book of Zechariah is the longest and most obscure of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked.

That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet/5(3). Didymus the Blind & the Text of the Gospels book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(6). the early Christian era include Didymus the Blind (c. –), a theologian in Alexandria.

Didymus invented a means of reading that used carved wooden letters, and he taught St. Jerome, who was widely known for the Vulgate, his Latin translation of the Bible. Didymus the Blind is the author of Commentary on Genesis ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), Commentary on Zechariah ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 re Home My Books/5.

"The book of Zechariah" is "the longest and most obscure" of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked. That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet.

Didymus the Didymus the Blind book and the Text of the Gospels By Bart D. Ehrman Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature Publication Date: January Language: English ISBN ISBN Format: Hardcover, pp Dimensions: x x inches Book Publisher Barnes & Noble Amazon Publisher's Description The Gospel quotations and allusions in the writings of the blind.

Didymus The Blind Translated by Robert Hill Blind since early childhood, the Egyptian theologian and monk Didymus the Blind book (ca.

–) wielded a masterful knowledge of Scripture, philosophy, and previous biblical interpretation, earning the esteem of his contemporaries Athanasius, Antony of Egypt, Jerome, Rufinus, and Palladius, as well as of the historians Socrates and Theodoret in the decades following.

Several other scholars consider Didymus the Blind to be the author of De Trinitate. If they are correct, then Ehrman's analysis must be considered incomplete. If they are correct, then Ehrman's analysis must be considered incomplete. Didymus the Blind and the Text of the Gospels By Bart D.

Ehrman, Fee, Holmes Publisher: Society of Biblical Literature Publication Date: January Language: English ISBN ISBN Format: Hardcover, pp Dimensions: x x inches purchase from Publisher's Description The Gospel quotations and.

Didymus the Blind, of Alexandria, b. about or ; d. about orat the age of eighty-five. Didymus lost the use of his eyes when four years old, yet he became one of the most learned men of his period. He prayed earnestly in his youth, we are told by Rufinus, not for the sight of his bodily eyes, but for the illumination of the heart.

The book of Zechariah is “the longest and most obscure” of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked. That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet.

The Hardcover of the The Vision of Didymus the Blind: A Fourth-Century Virtue-Origenism by Grant D. Bayliss at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Didymus the Blind From the Catholic Encyclopedia Didymus lost the use of his eyes when four years old, yet he became one of the most learned men of his period.

Didymus the Blind (c ) Head of the famous catechetical school of Alexandria "You cannot surely be ignorant of Didymus, unless you are ignorant of the great city wherein he has been night and day pouring out his learning for the good of others."--The orator Libanius "(Didymus was).

Blind already in his youth, Didymus was heavily influenced by Origen (ca. – ) and composed numerous volumes of biblical commentary. When the writings of Origen were condemned as heretical by Justinian at the second council of Constantinople (), Didymus’s writings also fell into disrepute.

Didymus the Blind As I have indicated, my PhD dissertation was written in the field of textual criticism, with a focus on the patristic evidence; my topic was the quotations of the Gospels found in the writings of Didymus the Blind, a famous teacher/theologian who was active in Alexandria Egypt in the middle and at the end of the fourth century.

Blind since early childhood, the Egyptian theologian and monk Didymus (ca. –) wielded a masterful knowledge of Scripture, philosophy, and previous biblical interpretation, earning the esteem of his contemporaries Athanasius, Antony of Egypt, Jerome, Rufinus, and Palladius, as well as of the historians Socrates and Theodoret in the decades following his : Didymus The Blind.

The book of Zechariah is "the longest and most obscure" of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked. That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet.

Though long thought to be lost, the work was rediscovered in at Tura outside Cairo along with some other biblical commentaries.

Didymus the Blind (born ~, died ~ CE Alexandria) Didymus the blind was a celebrated head of the catechetical school at gh he was a layman and had become blind at the age of 4, he memorized great sections of the scriptures and, by means of secretaries, dictated numerous exegetical works.

Didymus the Blind flourished in Alexandria from the middle of the fourth century until, traditionally, C.E. 3 Some time after Ambrose wrote a treatise On the Holy Spirit, inJerome translated the two dense theological statements quoted above, and.The book is a translation and analysis of a previously missing portion of a fourth-century work by Didymus the Blind (c.

AD –98) that BYU acquired in the s. While the commentary contains rich scriptural interpretation of the book of Psalms, it also provides a rare glimpse into .Didymus the Blind | The book of Zechariah is the longest and most obscure of the Twelve Minor Prophets, Jerome remarked. That may have been the reason why in he visited the Alexandrian scholar Didymus the Blind and requested a work on this prophet.