Paul Blowers on Interpreting Scripture in the 4th–6th Centuries

As fashioned after Patristic and Medieval collections, I offer a catena of quotations from Paul M. Blowers’s article entitled, “Interpreting Scripture.” This article appears in vol. 2 of The Cambridge History of Christianity, pages 618–36. This is a very insightful article and … Continue reading

A Hermeneutical Journey: The Art of Reading Scripture

On a more personal note, I feel like I’ve been on a hermeneutical journey for the past 10 years. I can look back and see different attitudes that I’ve had about scripture, different influences to approach Scripture, historical and ecclesial … Continue reading

Review of Captain of Our Salvation: A Study in the Patristic Exegesis of Hebrews

Mohr Siebeck

Over the past month I have been critically engaging Rowan Greer’s Captain of Our Salvation: A Study in the Patristic Exegesis of Hebrews. It is an excellent book highlighting how Hebrews was used in the early Christological debates.

Regrettably, as I was reading this book, I found out Greer recently passed away. Here is a recent note by my supervisor, Michael Haykin, about his passing (see here).

Below is a review.
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