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I Corinthians Commentary: Exegetical Tradition

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A student of Aristotle and classical literature, trained in the Thomistic method and the Augustinianism of Gregory of Rimini, proficient in the Christian Fathers, Jewish exegetes, and both Greek and Hebrew, Peter Martyr Vermigli possessed a combination of strengths which, while not necessarily unknown in his day, was found in impressive measure in him. During his lifetime, he published commentaries on Judges, Romans and I Corinthians, and a number of his lectures on biblical books appeared posthumously. This chapter sets out the basic qualities which characterize Vermigli's reading of the New Testament, specifically I Corinthians. It commences with a consideration of aspects of Vermigli's late medieval and early modern context.

Keywords: I Corinthians Commentary; Peter Martyr Vermigli



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