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The Passions of Christ in High-Medieval ThoughtAn Essay on Christological Development$
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Kevin Madigan

Print publication date: 2007

Print ISBN-13: 9780195322743

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2007

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195322743.001.0001

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 Humanity, Divinity, and Biblical Exegesis in Early Arian Thought

 Humanity, Divinity, and Biblical Exegesis in Early Arian Thought

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The Passions of Christ in High-Medieval Thought

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This chapter talks about Arian, including less well known Latin Arian sources. It analyzes how the Arians interpreted these texts, shows why they thought it theologically necessary to analyze them as they did, and to hint at the dismay caused in the developing pro-Nicene party. This chapter starts the argument of the book that the Arians — long after they ceased to be a political or social force in Western Europe — served as silent interlocutors for the great medieval authors under consideration here.

Keywords:   Arian, Nicene, Latin, medieval authors, interlocutors

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