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Text 7 <A Florilegium on the Apostles' Creed>

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Creator Keefe, Susan
Date Accessioned 2017-09-12T21:46:22Z
Date Available 2017-09-12T21:46:22Z
Date Issued 2012
xmlui.metadata.dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/11258/37768
Description Dr. Keefe's English translation of Text 7 from the Latin which appears in her Explanationes Symboli Aevi Carolini (Turnhout: Brepols, 2012), 30–42. The translation includes notes and brief commentary. Dr. Keefe left both in draft form and may have intended to update or add certain portions prior to publication. The text has been checked and edited by Katie Benjamin, Divinity Archive Fellow. Text 7 makes extensive use of Augustine's Commentary on John, though it rearranges the material some. One of Augustine's major points, that when one thinks of God in God's divinity, one ought not to think of a human form, magnifies the controversy of the eighth century, where the Carolingian empire misunderstood the decision of the Second Council of Nicaea (787) and thought it had ruled in favor of iconoclasm. Dr. Keefe writes, "One of the points made by the iconoclasts was that, since Christ’s humanity and divinity were inseparable in his one person, a painting of Christ, which can only depict his humanity, separates him (Nestorianism) or turns his divinity into an idol (a material divinity). The Carolingian court misunderstood the second council of Nicea’s distinction between venerating and worshiping images, and Theodulf wrote the Libri Carolini against that Council’s decision to restore the veneration of images." en_US
xmlui.metadata.dc.description.abstract Textus 7 <Florilegium in Symbolum Apostolorum> en_US
Subject Translation en_US
Subject Creed Commentary en_US
Subject Christology, doctrine of en_US
Subject Trinity, doctrine of en_US
Subject Spanish Adoptionism en_US
Subject Augustine en_US
Subject Mary en_US
Title Text 7 <A Florilegium on the Apostles' Creed> en_US


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