4 edition of On the Erudition of the Historical St. Patrick (Celtic Studies, 2) found in the catalog.
On the Erudition of the Historical St. Patrick (Celtic Studies, 2)
Raymond M. Herbenick
April 2000 by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
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This monograph supports and advances the views of Celtic scholar David R. Howlett. Topics such as the compositional level of the historical St Patrick, the five collections of the sayings of Jesus in the Gospel of St Matthew, on which the thematic structure of his Confession is based, are discussed.
This work demonstrates that the historical St Patrick might well be considered not only as a. Get this from a library. On the erudition of the historical St.
Patrick. [Raymond M Herbenick]. This book undermines preconceptions about Patrick and reveals several surprises. It includes new translations of the life of Patrick and his own writings. On the Erudition of the Historical St. Patrick by Raymond M. Herbenick.
Demonstrates that the historical St. Patrick can be considered a first-rate Biblical theologian and a wise spiritual. Erudition definition is - extensive knowledge acquired chiefly from books: profound, recondite, or bookish learning.
How to use erudition in a On the Erudition of the Historical St. Patrick book. Synonym Discussion of erudition. There is no evidence whatever to show that this book ever left Ireland (cf. Kenney, PP.and R. Best in Ériu, x (), ). The often quoted colophon on f.
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