By Thomas P. Scheck
Standard bills of the heritage of interpretation of Paul’s Letter to the Romans frequently start with St. Augustine. As Thomas P. Scheck demonstrates, despite the fact that, the Commentary at the Epistle to the Romans via Origen of Alexandria (185-254 CE) used to be an incredible paintings of Pauline exegesis which, through the Latin translation preserved within the West, had an important effect at the Christian exegetical tradition.
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