Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Joshua: Interpreters

HOLY FATHERS: Bede, Isidore,[1] Procopius, Theodoret, Origen,[2] Rupertus,[3] Quæstiones of Augustine.



REFORMED: Borrhaus,[4] Burman,[5] Calvin, Drusius, Lavater,[6] Strigelius,[7] Wolf,[8] Klingler,[9] Strack, Heidegger.[10] English: Arthur Jackson, Mayer.


LUTHERAN: Balduin, Brentius,[11] Heling,[12] Sarcerius, Osiander, David Chytræus,[13]Heidenreich.[14]


ROMAN CATHOLIC: Bonfrerius,[15] Ferus,[16] Malvenda, Masius,[17] Montanus,[18] Serarius,[19] Tostatus,[20] Dionysius Carthusianus,[21] Cornelius a Lapide,[22] Magalianus,[23] Cajetan.[24]


HEBREWS: כלי יקר, לב אהרון of Rabbi Aaron Ben Chaim.[25]


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

[1]In Vetum Testamentum. [2] Twenty-six homilies on the Book of Joshua survive from Origen. [3]In Josue. [4]In sacram Iosuæ, Iudicum, Ruthæ, Samuelis et Regum Historiam. [5]Alle biblischen Wercke, darinnen enthalten seynd die Auslegung und Betrachtung der Bücher Mosis, Josua, Ruther, etc. [6]In Librum Iosuæ invictissimi Imperatoris Israelitarum Homiliæ LXXIII. [7]Liber Iosuæ ad Ebraicam Veritatem Recognitus. [8]Iosua: in sacram historiam Iosuæ, de occupatione et divisione terræ sanctæ. [9]Bella Jehovæ, et portio Israelis. Anton Klingler (1649-1713) was a Swiss Reformed theologian and pastor. [10]Commentarius in librum Joshuæ. [11]Brevis et pia explicatio in Librum Iosuæ. [12]Periocha, id est, Argumenta Singulorum Capitum…Joshuæ. Moritz Heling (1522-1595) was a German Lutheran pastor and educator. [13]Historia Josuæ. [14]Sechs und funfftzig Predigten Uber die lustige und herrliche Historien Josuae. Esaias Heidenreich (1532-1589) was a German Lutheran pastor and theologian; he served as Professor of Theology at Breslau. [15]Josue, Judices, et Ruth Commentario illustrati. [16]Annotationes in Exodum Numeros, Deuteronomium, librum Josue, librum Iudicum. [17] Andrew Masius (1516-1573) was among the most learned Roman Catholic scholars of his age, and in no field is that more evident than in the field of Oriental languages, having received training in Hebrew, Arabic, and Syriac. He also served as Counselor to William, Duke of Cleves. He wrote a major commentary upon Joshua, Joshuæ Imperatoris Historiam Illustratam atque Explicatam. [18]De optimo imperio, sive in librum Iosuæ commentarium. [19]Commentarii in sacros Bibliorum libros, Josuæ, Judicum, Ruth, Tobiæ, Judith, Esther, Machabæorum. [20]Commentaria in Josue. [21]Enarrationes Piæ ac Eruditæ in Libros Josuæ, Iudicum, Ruth, Regum primum, secundum, tertium et quartum, item Paralipomenon primum & secundum. [22]Commentarius in Josue, Iudicum, Ruth, IV libros Regum et II Paralipomenon. [23] Cosmas Magalianus (1553-1624) was a Portuguese Jesuit Theologian. He wrote commentaries upon Joshua (In sacram Josuæ historiam) and Judges. [24]In omnes authenticos veteris Testamenti historiales libros Comentarii. [25] Aaron Ben Chaim was a sixteenth century Rabbi in Fez and Morocco. He wrote commentaries on Joshua and Judges.

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