Heidegger's Bible Handbook: Luke: Interpreters

HOLY FATHERS: Ambrose,[1] Amphilochius,[2] Anselm, Epiphanius, Gregory Nyssen, Theodoret, Bernard, Zacharias Chrysopolitanus.



REFORMED: Gomarus, Myconius.[3] English: Morus.


LUTHERAN: Brentius,[4] Finkius, Pelargus,[5] Winkelmann.[6]


ROMAN CATHOLIC: Benzonius, Bonaventure,[7] Calderarius, Clario,[8] Corderius,[9] Ecbertus, Ferus, Gerson, Hofmeister, Justinianus, Langestein,[10] Paz,[11] Peltanus, Roffensis, Suarez,[12] Soccolovius, Stella,[13] Sylvestranus,[14] Toletus,[15] Wicelius,[16] Cajetan, Jansen, Servius, Baradius.


ADD the Interpreters of the Books of the New Testament, and also of the four Evangelists above.

[1] Expositio evangelii secundum Lucam. [2] Amphilochius (c. 340-c. 400) was bishop of Iconium, and worked closely with the famous Cappadocian Fathers in the defense of orthodox Trinitarianism and Christology. [3] Evangelium secundum Lucam. [4] In Evangelii quod inscribitur secundum Lucam. [5] Commentarius in Lucam. [6] Commentarius in Evangelium de Jesu Christo, secundum Lucam. [7] Commentarius in Lucam. [8] In Evangelium secundum Lucam orations quinquaginta quatuor. [9] Catena sexaginta quinque Patrum græcorum in Sanctum Lucam. [10] Henry of Langenstein (c. 1325-1397) was a German scholastic theologian and philosopher. He wrote a work on the Magnificat. [11] Commentaria in Lucam. [12] In Evangelium Sancti Lucæ. [13] In sanctum Iesu Christi evangelium secundum Lucam doctissima pariter et piissima commentaria. Diego de Estella (1524-1578) was a Spanish Franciscan theologian and mystic. His work on the Gospel of Luke was banned by the Spanish Inquisition. [14] Christopher Sylvestranus Brenzonus (died 1619) was a Carmelite monk. [15] In prima XII capita Sacrosancti Jesu Christi Evangelii secundum Lucam. Francisco de Toledo (1532-1596) was a Spanish Jesuit priest, theologian, and exegete. He taught Philosophy and Scholastic Theology at the Roman College, was the first Jesuit to be made Cardinal, and superintended the production of the Clementine Vulgate. [16] Georg Witzel (1501-1573) was a German theologian. He embraced the Lutheran Reformation for a time, but concluded that the Lutheran Church was not the true Church, and that Lutheran teaching was not good for the morals of the people. Consequently, he became a vigorous opponent of the Reformation in Germany.

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