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In 1894 Germain Morin identified a collection of 31 Pseudo-Chrysostomic sermons as the work of a single late antique Latin author. Although widely read in the Middle Ages, there is still little consensus about where or when this author wrote. Morin himself originally proposed sixth-century Naples, Adalbert de Vogüé noticed parallels with the Rule of the Master, and, most recently, Jean-Paul Bouhot and Francois Leroy have argued for fifth-century North Africa. This paper explores the collection’s contextual clues, pre-baptismal liturgy, and anti-Arian and anti-Pelagian theology to make a case for considering it the product of clerical circles within Ostrogothic Rome. The author may have been writing during the Second Semi-Pelagian Controversy (519–529 CE), perhaps in direct dialogue with Fulgentius of Ruspe. He displays an attitude towards human free will that is surprisingly similar to Boethius’s and may have been a member of the circles of Boethius, Proba, and the deacon John in the early 520s.

In: Vigiliae Christianae
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic
In: The Apocalypse of Paul (Visio Pauli) in Sahidic Coptic