Apringius
Apringius of Beja was a sixth-century Latin Church Father who wrote a commentary on the Book of Revelation. Only fragments of his commentary survive.

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Apringius - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Apringius of Beja was a sixth-century Latin Church Father who wrote a commentary on the Book of Revelation. Only fragments of his commentary survive.
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Apringius of Beja (Author of Latin Commentaries on Revelation)
Apringius of Beja is the author of Latin Commentaries on Revelation (4.50 avg rating, 2 ratings, 2 reviews, published 2011)
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Apringius of Beja - InterVarsity Press
Biographical information about Apringius of Beja, InterVarsity Press author.
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Apringius of Beja - Revelation Resources
Dec 20, 2007 ... This volume includes Apringius' commentary: Apringi[i] Pacensis Episcopi Tractatus in Apocalypsin Fragmenta quae Supersunt. It is one of ...
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Apringius of Beja - Brill Reference
Apringius, bishop of Beja (Portugal), wrote a commentary on the Apocalypse between 531 and 548. For Rev 5:7–18:5, he borrowed a revised text of Jerome's  ...
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Catalog Record: Apringius de Béja | Hathi Trust Digital Library
Published: (1996); Apringius de Beja; son commentaire de l'Apocolypse ecrit sous Theudis, roi des Wisigoths (531-548) Publie pour la premiere fois d'apres le  ...
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Apringius de Beja, Son Commentaire de l'Apocalypse ... - Handrit.is
Apringius de Beja, Son Commentaire de l'Apocalypse, écrit sous Theudis, Roi des Wisigoths (531-548). Publié pour la première fois d'apres le manuscrit unique ...
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Apringius De Béja... (French Edition) [Apringius (Bp. of Béja.)] on Amazon.com. * FREE* super saver shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a ...
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Commentary on the Apocalypse - Wikipedia,…
Commentary on the Apocalypse (Commentaria In Apocalypsin) was originally an eighth century work by the Spanish monk and theologian Beatus of Liébana.
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Apringius of Beja was a sixth-century Latin Church Father who wrote a ... Western Europe: A.D. 500 to 900, second edition (Ithaca: Cornell University, 1957), p.
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The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages
The Apocalypse in the Middle Ages
Richard Kenneth Emmerson, Bernard McGinn, 1992
Apringius, who wrote under the Visigothic (and Arian) king Theudis in the part of the Iberian Peninsula that is now Portugal, seems to have been inspired by the same forces that moved Primasius. His commentary survives in only one copy, ...
Latin Commentaries on Revelation
Latin Commentaries on Revelation
William C. Weinrich, 2011
inserted for some other reason? opinion on this question is divided. dulaey claims that both in the middle section and in sections from Apringius himself the text of Victorinus- Jerome used is that of the later recension F.57 dulaey concludes: ...
Patmos in the Reception History of the Apocalypse
Patmos in the Reception History of the Apocalypse
Ian Boxall, 2013
Apringius The association of Patmos with exile by imperial decree is also reiterated by Primasius's contemporary Apringius. Apringius, Bishop of Pax Julia (now Béja) in Portugal,13 wrote his Apocalypse commentary in c.550 under the ...
Gnomon of the New Testament
Gnomon of the New Testament
Johann Albrecht Bengel, 1858
ning and end, is attributed to the Bishop Apringius. However, it plainly appears that the work is interpolated. In one place, John is said to have written the Apocalypse during the reign of Claudius ; in another place, during that of Domitian.
Augustine: Political Writings
Augustine: Political Writings
Saint Augustine (Bishop of Hippo.), E. M. Atkins, R. J. Dodaro, 2001
Letter 134 411 Augustine to Apringius,1 his notable and deservedly exalted lord and most excellent son. (1) I have no doubt that when you exercise the power that God has given you, a human being, over other human beings, you reflect upon ...
Augustine: Political Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought)
Augustine: Political Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought)
2001
This collection brings together thirty-five letters and sermons of Augustine, Bishop of Hippo from 396-430 AD, that deal with political matters. The letters and sermons are both practical and principled and treat many essential themes in Augustine's thought, including the responsibilities of citizenship, the relationship between the church and...
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Saint Marcellinus, Martyr - Catholic Exchange
0 Flares Filament.io 0 Flares × There are several saints and popes with the name Marcellinus or similar-sounding names, which sometimes leads to confusion over them. Each deserves honor and veneration; however, today is the feast day of Saint Flavius
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Carry the gospel with you | CACINA
Gospel reading of the day: John 5:17-30 Jesus answered the Jews: “My Father is at work until now, so I am at work.” For this reason they tried all the more to kill him, because he not only broke the sabbath but he also called God his own father, making himself equal to God. Jesus…
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56. Robes wash or Commandments do? Rev.22:14. | Bible differences
55. Robes wash or Commandments do? Rev.22:14. What is the prerequisite in Rev.22:14? Is it: “they that do his commandments, …” or: “who wash their robes, …”? The relation between grace and merit is one of the main differences between the Christian Religion and all other religions in the world. All other religions proclaim that…
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Saturday Book Review: “Latin Commentaries on Revelation by Victorinus, Apringer, Caesarius, and Bede” (Ancient Christian Texts) by William C. Weinrich | jeremy bouma
www.jeremybouma.com/saturday-book-review-latin-commentaries-on-revelation-ancient-christian-texts-by-william-c-weinrich/
Words of the Word
ANTIPHON Like newborn infants, you must long for the pure, spiritual milk, that in Him you may grow to salvation, alleluia! (1 Peter 2:2). COLLECT God of everlasting mercy, who in the very recurrence of the paschal feast kindle the faith of the people you have made your own, increase, we pray, the grace you have bestowed, that all may grasp and rightly understand in what font they have been washed, by whose Spirit they have been reborn, by whose Blood they have been redeemed.
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Fresh Cyril of Alexandria at Roger Pearse
Thoughts on Antiquity, Patristics, putting things online, freedom of speech, information access, and more
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Lutheran Theology Study Group: How the Western and Eastern Early Church Fathers Interprets the Book of Revelation
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Explanatio: Rev. 5:4 | Beatus of Liebana's Bloggentary
"And I," it is said, "wept much, because no one was found worthy to open the book, nor to see it." 'This saint wept, knowing fragility and humanity, for' he foresaw 'nobody' in the Church 'to be so worthy that he would understand' openly all 'this, or would have gazed upon it by consideration of…
beatusliebana.wordpress.com/2011/09/17/explanatio-rev-54/
Lex Christianorum: Church Fathers and Capital Punishment: St. Augustine--Mercy and the Death Penalty
SAINT AUGUSTINE UPHELD the common teaching of the Church that the death penalty could be, from the perspective of justice, a proper exercise of State authority. He understood it to be a component of a properly-ordered state.
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ricoblog - Codex Alexandrinus Facsimile online
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