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This index presents a list of terms and concepts that occur in the book Teacher in Faith and Virtue: Lanfranc of Bec's Commentary on Saint Paul. Lanfranc of Bec was known to his contemporaries as archbishop of Canterbury and adviser to popes and kings, but as a young man he hoped to make his most enduring contribution as a teacher. These are the sentiments expressed in his commentary on St. Paul, written for his first monastic classroom at Bec. The commentary represents this moment in Lanfranc's life, before he became known to the outside world, and before his private goals were transformed by the demands and attractions of the political and ecclesiastical realms.

Keywords: archbishop of Canterbury; Lanfranc's life; Saint Paul



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