Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Exodus: Roman Catholic Interpreters


Cajetan

ROMAN CATHOLIC: Barradius,[1] Lippomanus,[2] Lorinus,[3] Moncæius,[4] Pererius,[5] Petra-Sancta,[6] Tostatus Abulensis,[7] Cajetan, Oleaster, Ystella.[8]

[1] Itinererarium filiorum Israel ex Ægypto in terram repromissis. Sebastião Barradas (1543-1615) was a Portuguese Jesuit. He was professor of Scripture at Coimbra and Evora for many years. He also published Commentaria in concordiam et historiam evangelicam.


[2] Catena in Exodum ex auctoribus ecclesiasticis plus minus sexaginta.


[3] Johannes Lorinus, or Jean Lorin (1559-1634) was a French Jesuit; he wrote several Biblical commentaries, including commentaries on Ecclesiastes, Wisdom of Solomon, Psalms, Acts, Jude, and Leviticus.


[4] Aaron Purgatus, sive de Vitulo Aureo. Francis Moncæius was a French archeologist and author, who flourished in his work during the late sixteenth century.


[5] Primus tomus Selectarum disputationum in Sacram Scripturam: continens super libro Exodi centum triginta septem disputationes.


[6] Silvester Petra-Sancta (1590-1647) was an Italian Jesuit, and Rector of the College of Loreto.


[7] Commentaria in Exodum.


[8] Commentaria in Genesim et Exodum.

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