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1-2 Corinthians (Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture #7)
Reviews - In the desert of biblical scholarship that tries to deconstruct or get behind the texts, the patristic commentators let the pure, clear waters of Christian faith flow from its scriptural source. Preachers, teachers and Bible students of every sort will want to drink deeply from The Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture.Fr. Richard John Neuhaus, president of R ...more
Hardcover, 349 pages
Published November 5th 2006 by InterVarsity Press
(first published October 1999)
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The series is a good resource, but the editors seem to be constrained to only allow through statements from the fathers that are consistent with a modern conservative interpretation. I have found much more radical statements in my own reading of the fathers that have not ended up in this series.
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