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* I thank Prof. Dr W. Evenepoel, Dr J. De Landtsheer and Drs T. Opsomer for reading an earlier version of this article. 1 Prudentius’s works are referred to according to the editions of M. Lavarenne ( Prudence . Tome II. Apothéosis. Hamartigenia . Tome III. Psychomachie. Contre Symmaque . Texte établi et traduit par—[ Collection des universités de France , Paris 1961 2 and 1963 2 ]), biblical texts accord- ing to the Vulgate text edited by R. Weber ( Biblia sacra iuxta uulgatam uersionem . Recensuit et breui apparatu instruxit—. Editio tertia emendata quam parauit B. Fischer [Stuttgart

In: Vigiliae Christianae
In: Preaching in the Patristic Era
In: Preaching in the Patristic Era

Abstract

Augustine explored four exegetical solutions to reconcile Christ’s sinlessness with the expression de peccato in Rom. 8:3c (de peccato damnauit peccatum in carne): de peccato as referring to (1) Christ’s death, (2) Christ’s mortal body, (3) the sin of Judas and the Jews, which caused Christ’s death, and (4) Christ’s sacrifice for man’s sin. Augustine’s elaborate treatment of the fourth interpretation in s. 152, 9-11 is the main focus of this article. In light of other works from the same period (417/418), these paragraphs can be read as implicitly answering Pelagian criticism of Augustine’s Christology.

In: Vigiliae Christianae
In: Preaching in the Patristic Era
In: Preaching in the Patristic Era
Sermons, Preachers, and Audiences in the Latin West
Preaching in the Patristic Era. Sermons, Preachers, Audiences in the Latin West offers a state of the art of the study of the sermons of Latin Patristic authors. Parts I and II of the volume cover general topics, from the transmission of early Christian Latin sermons to iconography, from rhetoric to reflections on the impact of Latin preaching. Part III offers fourteen chapters devoted to Latin preachers such as Augustine, Gregory the Great, Maximus of Turin, and to collections of sermons, such as Arian sermons, preaching in 4th-century Spain, or sermons translated from Greek. By outlining the relevant sources, methodologies, and issues, this volume provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of Latin patristic preaching.
Contributors are Pauline Allen, Lisa Bailey, Andrea Bizzozzero, Shari Boodts, Andrew Cain, Nicolas De Maeyer, François Dolbeau, Jutta Dresken-Weiland, Geoffrey Dunn, Anthony Dupont, Camille Gerzaguet, Bruno Judic, Rémi Gounelle, Johan Leemans, Wendy Mayer, Robert McEachnie, Bronwen Neil, Gert Partoens, Adam Ployd, Eric Rebillard, Maureen Tilley, Sever Voicu, Clemens Weidmann and Liuwe Westra.