Heidegger's Bible Handbook: 1 Kings: Interpreters

HOLY FATHERS: Ambrose, Bede, Isidore, Theodoret, Saint Gregory,[1] Procopius.



REFORMED: Borrhaus, Drusius, Martyr,[2] Strigelius, Wolf,[3] Burman, Zanchi. English: Arthur Jackson, John Mayer.


LUTHERAN: Brentius, Heling, Varenius, Weller, Bidembach[4] upon both books.


ROMAN CATHOLIC: Angelonus, Bonfrerius, Causinus, Malvenda, Mendoza, Rangelius, Ribera,[5] Sanchez, Serarius, Tostatus, Dionysius Carthusianus, Hugo Victorinus, Richard Victorinus,[6] Abulensis.


HEBREWS: לב אהרון כלי יקר.


Let the Interpreters of the Books of the Old Testament be added.

[1]In Librum primum regum expositio. [2]Melachim, id est, Regum Libri Duo Posteriores. [3]Melachim, id est, Regum libri duo posteriores cum commentariis Petri Martyris Vermilii Florentini. [4] Felix Bidembach the Elder (1564-1612) was a German Lutheran theologian and churchman. [5] Francis Ribera (1537-1591) was a Spanish Jesuit scholar, most remembered for his commentary on Revelation (In Sacrum Beati Ioannis Apostoli et Evangelistiæ Apocalypsin Commentarii) in which he advances the Futurist scheme of interpretation. [6] Richard (died 1173) was as student of Hugh of Saint Victor, and a philosopher and mystical theologian. He served as prior of the Abbey of Sain Victor (1162-1173).

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