Latin Father

Latin Father

or Latin father
n.
Any of the Church Fathers who wrote in Latin.
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Latin Father Nichola Ad-Dawood spoke next and went on to say that Easter is a time to think about the future and reflect on the challenges that Jordan faces.
not one Latin Father is treated) and methods now needed for our understanding of deification.
Even more striking is the fact that while pre-Reformation preachers had, almost to a man, chosen Augustine as their primary source, the great Latin Father is a distant second for LePicart.
Augustine, the most influential Latin father of the church, was an African.
The editor of Jerome's commentaries on the Old Testament is faced with special difficulties which go beyond the standard ones confronted by the editor of the works of a Latin Father.
He covers the rise and progress of the fallenness view among select modern theologians, the defence of the unfallenness view among select modern theologians, the Latin Fathers on the fallenness or unfallenness of Christ's humanity, and the fleshing out of the findings.
These theologians had their own agenda about the relative weight to be placed on the Greek and Latin Fathers, not to speak of the ecclesial conclusions to be drawn from the realignment they sought.
His focus is on the Byzantine East, but he does not neglect the early Latin Fathers in the least.
Scaliger (the subject of a previous work of Grafton's) who wanted to reach behind the New Testament and the writings of the Greek and Latin fathers for a full understanding of the Jewish context of Jesus and the early Church.
Welsh scholar of Latin Christianity before Constantine, Thomas analyzes the apologetic writing of the early African Latin fathers in order to contribute to the discussion of a potential tradition of African Latin apologetics.
While it is hard to speak of a medieval canon, Vergil and Cicero were always studied, along with the great Latin fathers (Ambrose, Jerome, and of course Augustine) as well as a miscellany of postclassical writers of varying quality.
A second reason was the resurgence of interest in the Greek and Latin Fathers, several of whom did not identify the three women as one and the same.