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Jerome"s commentary on Daniel

Jay Braverman

Jerome"s commentary on Daniel

a study of comparative Jewish and Christian interpretations of the Hebrew Bible

by Jay Braverman

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Published by Catholic Biblical Association of America in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20.,
  • Bible. O.T. Daniel -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jay Braverman.
    SeriesThe Catholic Biblical quarterly monograph series ; v. 7, Catholic Biblical quarterly., v. 7.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS1555.H453 B7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 162 p. ;
    Number of Pages162
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4742796M
    ISBN 10091517006X
    LC Control Number78055726


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Table of the weights of spirits, shewing the weight in pounds, and in cwts., qrs., and lbs., of every gallon, and under eighty gallons, of every quarter of a gallon from 9 to 150, at the several indications of Sikess hydrometer from 0.0 to 66.0

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Jerome's commentary on Daniel is essential reading by anyone who seeks to understand the way the church has historically interpreted the book of Daniel. Jerome's commentary is very balanced and avoids some of the more fanciful allegorical exegesis of his by: 5.

Ancient biblical commentaries are not often seen. This translation, originally made in by Gleason L. Archer, is of a commentary made by St. Jerome ca. AD, towards the end of his life.

The book of Daniel attracts a fair number of cranks and people interested in biblical number-crunching; all of them should find Jerome's comments of interest.3/5(1). Jerome's commentary is the earliest Christian commentary on the book of Daniel, and it is a defense of Daniel against the skeptic Porphyry.

Jerome defends the late date and authenticity of Daniel, as well as the traditional Christian interpretation of his prophecies/5.

Josephus writes in his tenth book of the Jewish Antiquities that when Babylon had been laid under siege by the Medes and Persians, that is, by Darius and Cyrus, Belshazzar, King of Babylon, fell into such forgetfulness of his own situation as to put on his celebrated banquet and drink from the vessels of the Temple.

Jerome's Commentary on Daniel is in many ways one of the most interesting and significant of his expository works on the Biblical prophets.

It is safe to say that this commentary has proved its abiding value to be equal to that of any other which he composed in the Biblical field. The book presents for the first time a systematic comparison of Origen's and Jerome's attitudes Jeromes commentary on Daniel book the Biblical text in the Hebrew and Septuagint versions.

And toward the canon of the Scriptures and traces the stages in Jerome's abandonment of the primacy of the Septuagint. One of the most important accomplishment of this work is Braverman's discussion of Jerome's commentary. : Jerome's Commentary on Daniel: A Jeromes commentary on Daniel book of Comparative Jewish & Christian Interpretations of the Hebrew Bible () by Braverman, Jay and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.

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Jerome’s Commentary on Ephesians has been translated by Heine, The Commentaries of Origen and Jerome. giarized much of his own book on the Holy Spirit from Size: 2MB. 2ND PART COMMENTARY MATT, ORIGENS HOMILIES LUKE, GALATIANS, EPHESIANS. ORIGENS HOMILIES JEREMIAH 1ST PART. BOOK OF HEBREW NAMES.

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COMMENTARY. Jerome’s Commentary on Daniel is in many ways one of the most interesting and significant of his expository works on the biblical prophets. Because of the wealth of factual information which he includes, the many details concerning obscure phases of ancient history, and the copious quotations from early authors whose works have long since perished, Jerome’s Daniel is a.

The extant commentaries by Jerome on the books of Holy Scripture may be arranged thus, chronological sequence being observed as far as possible: a. New Testament:The Epistles to Philemon, Galatians, Ephesians, Titus.

a.d. Origen on St. Luke. Read Daniel commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). Study the bible online using commentary on Daniel and more!Missing: Jeromes. Jerome's Commentary on Daniel - Ebook written by St. Jerome.

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iii. ); but his attempt to cross into Sicily was frustrated by a storm, and he himself died before the year of the sack of Rome had Size: 5MB. - Buy Jerome's Commentary on Daniel book online at best prices in India on Read Jerome's Commentary on Daniel book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 5.

The references in green are to 's commentary. A complete translation of Jerome's commentary on Daniel, made by Gleason L. Archer, can be found on the Tertullian website. The Latin text is available on the website.

[35] [prologue] In his twelfth book Porphyrius wrote about the prophet Daniel. jerome s commentary on daniel Download jerome s commentary on daniel or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get jerome s commentary on daniel book now.

This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. His Commentary on Daniel was expressly written to offset the criticisms of Porphyry, who taught that Daniel related entirely to the time of Antiochus IV Epiphanes and was written by an unknown individual living in the second century BC.

Against Porphyry, Jerome identified Rome as the fourth kingdom of chapters two and seven, but his view of chapters eight and 11 was more utes: lion, cardinal attire, cross, skull. Jerome's commentary on Daniel is essential reading by anyone who seeks to understand the way the church has historically interpreted the book of Daniel.

Jerome's commentary is very balanced and avoids some of the more fanciful allegorical exegesis of his contemporaries. He seeks to understand the text of Daniel in a historical-grammatical way /5(5). This commentary has high value for the academic world and is of particular value for research.

It is equally valuable from a devotional point of view. Jerome was a Church Father and famous ecclesiastical author who died in A.D. His writings cover nearly all the principal departments of Christian theology, but the most numerous and important. The New Jerome Biblical Commentary, edited by Raymond E.

Brown, Joseph A. Fitzmyer, and Roland E. Murphy (Englewood Cliff, NJ: Prentice-Hall, ). This commentary provides English-only Bible students with the most detailed representation of the wide spectrum of scholarly conclusions on any particular verse or topic that can be found in any other one-volume commentary.

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Daniel EDICT OF NEBUCHADNEZZAR CONTAINING HIS SECOND DREAM, RELATING TO HIMSELF. Punished with insanity for his haughtiness, he sinks to the level of the beasts (illustrating Psalms Psalms ).The opposition between bestial and human life, set forth here, is a key to interpret the symbolism in the seventh chapter.

For I was writing a book on famous men and two volumes against Jovinian, an apology and an essay on 'the best way to translate', which was addressed to Pammachius, two books to or about Nepotian, and other works which it would be lengthy to recount.

Therefore I retake up my commentaries with Jonah after such a long absence. Jerome's Furniture began as the dream of Jim and Esther Navarra. Wanting everyone to feel welcome was a priority when they opened their first furniture store over 65 years ago.

If you weren't on a first-name basis when you walked in, you would be by the time you left. Jerome's is still owned and operated by the Navarra family. This commentary has high value for the academic world and is of particular value for research.

It is equally valuable from a devotional point of view. Jerome was a Church Father and famous ecclesiastical author who died in A.D. His writings cover nearly all the principal departments of Christian theology, but the most numerous and important belong to that of Biblical study.

His objections against Daniel were made in his twelfth book, and all that we have of these objections has been preserved by Jerome in his commentary on the book of Daniel. A full account of Porphyry, and of his objections against the Christians and the sacred books of the Old and New Testament, so far as can now be known, may be seen in Lardner.

Notes on Jerome's Commentary on Daniel. Migné Footnotes. This interpretation of Daniel, which has been preserved by a single book in a connected series, receives laudatory mention by Cassiodorus in chapter three of the Institutes as a work divided into three have treated it and revised it according to very ancient manuscript codices noted beforehand.

Jerome's commentary on Daniel is essential reading by anyone who seeks to understand the way the church has historically interpreted the book of Daniel. Jerome's commentary is very balanced and avoids some of the more fanciful allegorical exegesis of his contemporaries.

He seeks to understand the text of Daniel in a historical-grammatical way /5(5). Jerome Commentary on Daniel. Home > General > Jerome Commentary on Daniel. Page 1 of 2 (34 items) Catholic Products Forum - Book Suggestions UserVoice - Verbum Blog.

Posts Reply. Dan Francis | Forum Activity -Dan. Jerome's House. A first ever English translation of Jerome’s (d. ) Commentary on Matthew has recently been published by The Catholic University of America Press in their Fathers of the Church series.

If you want to see how a very early commentator of the church interpreted the Gospel of Matthew, this is a great addition for your library. Preface to the online edition. Little need by said by way of introduction to this translation by Gleason L.

Archer of Jerome's Commentary on Daniel. I owe my knowledge of the translation to David Braunsberg, who first drew my attention to it in. Book 1 © T.C. Schmidt 1 st Edition Book 1 Concerning Susannah and Daniel Hippolytus discusses his purpose behind his commentary Wishing to precisely demonstrate 1 the times of the captivity which befell the sons of Israel and the prophetic dreams 2 of the blessed Daniel, and also the manner of his lifeFile Size: 1MB.

Author and Time of Writing. The book of the prophet Daniel (hebr. = my God is judge) owes its name to the main character. Daniel, as many other authors of the antiquity and the Bible, writes of himself in the third person throughout the first part of the book.

From chapter onwards (in the second part) he writes of himself in the first g: Jeromes. Buy Jerome's Commentary on Daniel by Jerome, Hieronymus online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Buy Jerome's Commentary on Daniel by Jerome (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Jerome in his commentary on this passage thinks the figure is the Antichrist.

Already in the angel-interpreter told Daniel that the vision referred to the end-time.Commentary on the Apocalypse (Commentaria In Apocalypsin) is a book written in the eighth century by the Spanish monk and theologian Beatus of Liébana (–) and copied and illustrated in manuscript in works called "Beati" during the 10th and 11th Centuries a.d.

It is a commentary on the New Testament Apocalypse of John or Book of also refers .St. Jerome Church Tuesday Bible Study Sessions. Since the spring of St. Jerome’s has offered Tuesday Bible Study programs after the AM Mass. Study programs last weeks. Our to minute sessions use video presentations, small group discussions, and structured at-home reading and study.