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Trinity And Christology In Haimo Of Auxerre’s Pauline Commentaries

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This chapter reviews some of the excellent work done by Ermenegildo Bertola and Riccardo Quadri. Haimo of Auxerre's Pauline commentaries are a fine example of public exposition in the ninth century; they give us a glimpse into the inception of the scholastic method. The commentaries are marked by a plain and simple form of explication that is easily understandable, with points illustrated at times with examples and biblical passages. The chapter addresses the theological sophistication that Haimo exhibits throughout his Pauline commentaries, specifically having to do with issues of Christology and Trinitarian thought. Discussion of the Trinity is never far removed from the matter of Christology inasmuch as Christology is itself a study of how the Second Person of the Trinity, the Eternal Word, became man.

Keywords: Christology; Ermenegildo Bertola; Haimo of Auxerre; Pauline commentaries; Riccardo Quadri; trinity



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