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  • 161 Ormulum — El Ormulum u Orrmulum es una obra del siglo XII de exégesis bíblica, escrita en verso de temprano inglés medio por un monje llamado Orm (u Ormin). Gracias a la particular y exclusiva ortografía fonética adoptada por el autor, la obra conserva… …

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  • 162 Saadia Gaon — Saadías …

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  • 163 ЭКЗЕГЕЗА — (греч.). Истолкование, объяснение какого нибудь места в Свящ. писании. Словарь иностранных слов, вошедших в состав русского языка. Чудинов А.Н., 1910. ЭКЗЕГЕЗА [гр. exegesis толкование] толкование неясных мест в древних (гл. обр. религиозных)… …

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  • 164 Ibn Janāḥ — or Rabbi Jonah born с 990, Córdoba died с 1050, Zaragoza, Spain Spanish scholar famed as a Hebrew grammarian and lexicographer. A practicing physician and a devout Jew, he founded the study of Hebrew syntax, establishing the rules of biblical… …

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  • 165 fable, parable, and allegory — Introduction       any form of imaginative literature (allegory) or spoken utterance constructed in such a way that readers or listeners are encouraged to look for meanings hidden beneath the literal surface of the fiction. A story (rhetoric) is… …

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  • 166 Biblical Introduction — • Designates the part of Scriptural science which is concerned with topics preliminary to the detailed study and correct exposition of Holy Writ, and also, it is given to a work in which these various topics are actually treated Catholic… …

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  • 167 Dogmatic Theology — • That part of theology which treats of the theoretical truths of faith concerning God and His works Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Dogmatic Theology     Dogmatic Theology …

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  • 168 Parables — • A comparison, or a parallel, by which one thing is used to illustrate another. Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Parables     Parables      …

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  • 169 Syriac Language and Literature — • Syriac is the important branch of the group of Semitic languages known as Aramaic Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Syriac Language and Literature     Syriac Language and Literature …

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  • 170 Andreas Benedict Feilmoser —     Andreas Benedict Feilmoser     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Andreas Benedict Feilmoser     A theologian and Biblical scholar, b. 8 April, 1777, at Hopfgarten, Tyrol; d. at Tübingen, 20 July, 1831, studied at Salzburg from 1789 to 1794, took a… …

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  • 171 Heinrich Klee —     Heinrich Klee     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Heinrich Klee     German theologian and exegete, b. at Münstermaifeld, in the Rhine province, 20 April, 1800; d. at Munich, 28 July, 1840. At the age of seventeen he entered the seminary at Mainz,… …

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  • 172 Cessationism versus Continuationism — is a Christian theological dispute concerned with the question whether the charismatic gifts are currently in operation. Contents 1 Problems in the dispute 2 Restrictions on the topics 3 Cessationist U …

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  • 173 List of biblical commentaries —  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed (1913). Commentaries on the Bible . Catholic Encyclopedia. Robert Appleton Company …

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  • 174 Abu Mansur Maturidi — Abu Mansur Al Maturidi Born 853 A.D. Maturid, Samarqand, Samanid Empire Died 944 A.D. (333 A.H.) Samarkand Residence …

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  • 175 John Scottus Eriugena and Anselm of Canterbury — Stephen Gersh INTRODUCTION by John Marenbon John Scottus Eriugena came from Ireland, as his name indicates (‘Scottus’ meant ‘Irishman’ in the Latin of this period, and ‘Eriugena’, a neologism invented by John himself, is a flowery way of saying… …

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  • 176 exegético — ► adjetivo De la exégesis: ■ hizo un comentario exegético. * * * exegético, a adj. De [la] exégesis. * * * exegético, ca. (Del gr. ἐξηγητικός). adj. Perteneciente o relativo a la exegesis. || 2. Der. Se dice del método interpretativo de las leyes …

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  • 177 HEBRAISTS, CHRISTIAN — (1100–1890). Factors governing gentile enterprises in Hebrew scholarship prior to the latest phase of more widespread secular attitudes may be distinguished as (1) motivation; (2) scholarly facilities; and (3) occasion; appreciation and… …

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  • 178 JEROME° — (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus; 342–420), Latin Church Father, born to Christian parents in Stridon, Dalmatia, and sent by them to study in Rome. In Gaul, where he lived a life of pleasure after completing his studies, he was overcome by… …

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  • 179 JOB, BOOK OF — (named for its hero (Heb. אִיּוֹב), ancient South Arabian and Thamudic yʾb; Old Babylonian Ayyābum, Tell el Amarna tablet, no. 256, line 6, A ia ab; either from yʾb, to bear ill will or compounded of ay where? and ʾab (divine) father ), one of… …

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  • 180 KIMḤI, DAVID — (known as Radak from the acronym of Rabbi David Kimḥi; Maistre Petit; 1160?–1235?), grammarian and exegete of Narbonne, Provence. The son of Joseph Kimḥi and brother and pupil of , David was a teacher in his native town and was active in public… …

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