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Commentary on Galatians by Jerome( )

7 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 1,984 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Prior to the middle of the fourth century, the exegesis of St. Paul had been monopolized by Greek and Syriac commentators. Then, in the space of half a century (c. 360 - c. 409), there appeared no less than 52 commentaries by six different Latin authors. This sudden flurry of literary activity has been dubbed the western "Renaissance of Paul." Jerome's commentaries on four Pauline epistles (Galatians, Ephesians, Titus, Philemon), which he composed in 386 shortly after establishing himself in Bethlehem, occupy a central place in this relatively short but prolific segment of the history of Pauline exegesis in Latin. Jerome was the greatest biblical scholar of the ancient Latin church, and his Commentary on Galatians is one of the crowning achievements of his illustrious career. It far outclasses the five other contemporary Latin commentaries on Galatians in its breadth of classical and patristic erudition, Hebrew and Greek textual criticism of the Bible, and expository thoroughness. It is unique also because it is the only one of the Latin commentaries to make the Greek exegetical tradition its main point of reference. Jerome's Commentary in fact preserves, in one form or another, a treasure-trove of otherwise lost Greek exegesis, particularly Origen's Commentary on Galatians, from which he worked very closely when composing his own work. Jerome's Commentary on Galatians is presented here in English translation in its entirety. The introduction and notes situate the Commentary in its historical, exegetical, and theological contexts and also provide extensive coverage of ancient and modern scholarly debates about the interpretation of Paul's epistle."--Publisher's website
On illustrious men by Jerome( )

31 editions published between 1472 and 2011 in 5 languages and held by 1,950 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Commentary on Matthew by Jerome( )

4 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 1,561 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"St. Jerome (347-420) has been considered the pre-eminent scriptural commentator among the Latin Church Fathers. His Commentary on Matthew, written in 398 and profoundly influential in the West, appears here for the first time in English translation." "Jerome covers the entire text of Matthew's gospel by means of brief explanatory comments that clarify the text literally and historically. Although he himself resided in Palestine for forty years, Jerome often relies on Origen and Josephus for local information and traditions. His stated aim is to offer a streamlined and concise exegesis that avoids excessive spiritual interpretation." "In this commentary, Jerome calls attention to the activity of the Trinity as a principal unifying theme of the Gospel of Matthew. He also stresses that exertions are necessary for the Christian to attain eternal salvation; that free will is a reality; that human beings cooperate with divine grace; and that it is possible to obtain merit during the earthly life."--Jacket
Early Latin theology : selections from Tertullian, Cyprian, Ambrose, and Jerome by S. L Greenslade( Book )

2 editions published between 1956 and 2011 in Latin and Korean and held by 885 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Die Homilien zum Buch Jesaja by Origen( )

3 editions published in 2009 in German and held by 806 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The nine preserved Latin homilies on Isaiah represent a little-known work by Origen, translated here into German for the first time. Short annotations are provided to clarify difficult passages. Besides covering the historical process in which Origen's Isaiah interpretation has been handed down, the extensive introduction explains the exegetical, historical-theological and historical-philosophical contexts of the homilies' wealth of perspectives. In these homilies Origen addressed his congregation on themes such as the historical salutary role of Israel, the "obduracy" which befell it and
The homilies of Saint Jerome : volume 1 (1-59 on the Psalms) by Jerome( )

7 editions published between 1964 and 2001 in English and held by 800 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The homilies of Saint Jerome, Volume 2 (Homilies 60-96) by Jerome( )

16 editions published between 1966 and 2005 in English and held by 741 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The homilies of Saint Jerome by Jerome( Book )

5 editions published between 1966 and 2001 in English and held by 691 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Volume two of a 2 volume set
Jerome : select letters by Jerome( Book )

29 editions published between 1933 and 1999 in 3 languages and held by 658 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jerome (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus), ca. 345-420, of Stridon, Dalmatia, son of Christian parents, at Rome listened to rhetoricians, legal advocates, and philosophers, and in 360 was baptized by Pope Liberius. He travelled widely in Gaul and in Asia Minor; and turned in the years 373-379 to hermetic life in Syria. Ordained presbyter at Antioch in 379 he went to Constantinople, met Gregory of Nazianzus and advanced greatly in scholarship. He was called to Rome in 382 to help Pope Damasus, at whose suggestion he began his revision of the Old Latin translation of the Bible (which came to form the core of the Vulgate version). Meanwhile he taught scripture and Hebrew and monastic living to Roman women. Wrongly suspected of luxurious habits, he left Rome (now under Pope Siricius) in 385, toured Palestine, visited Egypt, and then settled in Bethlehem, presiding over a monastery and (with help) translating the Old Testament from Hebrew. About 394 he met Augustine. He died on 30 September 420. Jerome's letters constitute one of the most notable collections in Latin literature. They are an essential source for our knowledge of Christian life in the fourth-fifth centuries; they also provide insight into one of the most striking and complex personalities of the time. Seven of the eighteen letters in this selection deal with a primary interest of Jerome's: the morals and proper role of women. The most famous letter here fervently extols virginity
Saint Jerome, dogmatic and polemical works by Jerome( Book )

7 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 634 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Nouum Testamentum latine, secundum editionem by Jerome( Book )

45 editions published between 1911 and 1982 in 3 languages and held by 476 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Saint Jerome's Hebrew questions on Genesis by Jerome( Book )

8 editions published between 1995 and 2001 in English and held by 428 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

St. Jerome was one of the very few early Christian scholars who knew Hebrew. This is the first translation, complete with a comprehensive introduction and commentary, of his Hebrew Questions on Genesis - providing a striking and fascinating picture of that knowledge put to work. It shows clearly that Jerome was not only familiar with biblical Hebrew, which he had to know in order to translate the Old Testament into Latin; but that he was also aware of Jewish tradition, now preserved in the classic writings of Judaism, the Talmuds and the Midrashim. Jerome was interested in popular Jewish tradition as well as scholarly lore, and he often records details known to the Aramaic Targumim, the popular combined translations and interpretations of the Hebrew Bible in the every-day Aramaic language of the common Jew
Commentaire sur S. Matthieu by Jerome( Book )

31 editions published between 1977 and 2008 in French and Latin and held by 404 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The paradise or garden of the holy fathers : being histories of the anchorites, recluses, monks, Coenobites, and ascetic fathers of the deserts of Egypt between A.D. CCL and A.D. CCCC circiter by ʻAnân-Îshôʻ( Book )

17 editions published between 1907 and 1994 in English and held by 393 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Commentaire sur Jonas by Jerome( Book )

14 editions published in 1985 in French and Latin and held by 344 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Vitas patrum by Jerome( Book )

62 editions published between 1474 and 1995 in 8 languages and held by 341 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Adam Davy's 5 dreams about Edward II. The Life of St. Alexius. Solomon's book of wisdom. St. Jeremie's [Jerome's] 15 tokens before doomsday. The Lamentacion of souls by Frederick James Furnivall( Book )

16 editions published between 1878 and 2006 in English and English, Middle and held by 316 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

S. Hieronymi presbyteri Opera by Jerome( Book )

32 editions published between 1969 and 2018 in 3 languages and held by 312 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"L'opportunità di un nuovo testo critico del Commentario al profeta Abacuc di Girolamo è dettata non solo dal fatto che le antiche edizioni a stampa - ne sono state prodotte almeno cinque - risultano inadeguate rispetto alle esigenze critiche attuali, ma che anche la più recente, pubblicata da Marc Adriaen in Corpus Christianorum (76A, 1969) sulla base della collazione di un solo nuovo manoscritto, non offre un testo sufficientemente sicuro. La recensio dei manoscritti selezionati per il presente volume, pur non avendo consentito la completa ricostruzione della diramazione della tradizione manoscritta, ha tuttavia permesso significativi progressi nella costituzione del testo. Il presente lavoro, poi, così come auspicava Yves-Marie Duval nell'introduzione alla sua edizione dell'In Ionam, può diventare un utile tassello per una vera e complessiva edizione critica dei commenti di Girolamo ai dodici profeti minori e per lo studio dell'esegesi geronimiana. Il lavoro di edizione ha permesso, inoltre, di evidenziare con più precisione le fonti che ispirarono il commento scritturistico di Girolamo e di confermare il suo spirito eclettico nel riprendere i commentatori che lo avevano preceduto, in modo particolare Origene".--
Origen : homilies 1-14 on Ezekiel by Origen( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 294 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

General introduction -- Preface of Jerome -- Homily 1: the vision of the prophet (Ezekiel 1:1-6; 2:1ff.) -- Homily 2: against the false prophets (Ezekiel 13:1-19) -- Homily 3: against the false prophets and elders (Ezekiel 13:1, 17-22; 14:1-8) -- Homily 4: the famine and the ferocious beasts (Ezekiel 14:12-22) -- Homily 5: sword, death, vine (Ezekiel 14:13-21; 15:1-4) -- Homily 6: iniquities of Jerusalem (Ezekiel 16:2-16) -- Homily 7: the beneficial effects of God's turning away (Ezekiel 16:16-30) -- Homily 8: brothels, head and base of streets, gifts (Ezekiel 16:30-33) -- Homily 9: iniquities, pride, relative justification (Ezekiel 16:45-52) -- Homily 10: shame, return, restoration (Ezekiel 16:52-63) -- Homily 11: the two eagles, the cedar, the flourishing vine (Ezekiel 17:1-7) -- Homily 12: interpretation (Ezekiel 17:12-24) -- Homily 13: the prince of Tyre, Pharaoh (Ezekiel 28:12-23) -- Homily 14: the closed gate (Ezekiel 44:1-3)
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On illustrious men
On illustrious menCommentary on MatthewEarly Christian biographies : lives of St. Cyprian, by Pontius ; St. Ambrose, by Paulinus ; St. Augustine, by Possidius ; St. Anthony, by St. Athanasius ; St. Paul the first hermit, St. Hilarion, and Malchus, by St. Jerome ; St. Epiphanius, by Ennodius ; with a sermon on the life of St. Honoratus, by St. HilaryDie Homilien zum Buch JesajaJerome : select lettersSaint Jerome, dogmatic and polemical worksNouum Testamentum latine, secundum editionemSaint Jerome's Hebrew questions on Genesis
Alternative Names
Eusebius, Hieronymus

Eusebius Hieronymus 345-420

Eusebius Hieronymus, asi 342-420

Eusebius, Hieronymus, ca. 349-420

Eusebius Hieronymus, Sophronius 345-420

Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus 345-420

Eusebius, Sophronius Hieronymus, ca. 349-420


Gerolamo 345-420

Gerolamo, asi 342-420

Gerolamo, ca. 349-420

Gerolamo, Saint, -419 or 420

Gerolamo San 345-420

Gérome, Saint, -419 or 420

Gerónimo, Saint, -419 or 420



Girolamo di Stridone 345-420

Girolamo, di Stridone, ca. 349-420

Girolamo, di Stridone, Saint, -419 or 420

Girolamo, saint

Girolamo, Saint, -419 or 420

Girolamo San 345-420

Girolamo, San, ca 347-420

Girolamo, San, ca. 349-420

Girolamo, santo, 0345?-0420

Girolamo Santo 345-420

Girolamo, santo, ca 347-420

Girolamo, Sofronio Eusebio 345-420


Heronimo han Estridon

Heronimos, Saint, -419 or 420


Hieronim 345-420

Hieronim, Saint, -419 or 420

Hieronim św. 345-420

Hieronim Świe̜ty 345-420

Hieronim ze Strydonu.

Hieronim ze Strydonu, asi 342-420

Hieronim ze Strydonu pisarz chrześcijański, święty Kościoła katolickiego, ojciec Kościoła


Hieronims katoļu svētais


Hieronimus, ca. 349-420

Hieronimus van Stridon


Hieronymi, Sancti, 0345-0420

Hieronymo, saint

Hieronymous (saint).

Hieronymus 345-420

Hieronymus Abbas 345-420

Hieronymus B. 345-420

Hieronymus Bethlehemiticus 345-420

Hieronymus, ca. 349-420

Hieronymus Cardinalis 345-420

Hieronymus Eusebius

Hieronymus, Eusebius 345-420

Hieronymus, Eusebius, -419 or 420

Hieronymus, Eusebius S. 345-420

Hieronymus Eusebius Sophronius

Hieronymus, Eusebius Sophronius 345-420

Hieronymus, Eusebius Stridonensis.

Hiëronymus fan Stridon

Hieronymus Heiliger 345-420

Hieronymus Interpres 345-420

Hieronymus Kirchenvater 345-420

Hieronymus Kirchenvater, Heiliger, Gelehrter und Theologe der alten Kirche

Hieronymus oldkirkelig teolog, kirkefader

Hieronymus Presbyter 345-420

Hieronymus Presbyterus 345-420

Hieronymus Romanus 345-420

Hieronymus, Saint

Hieronymus, Saint, -419 or 420

Hieronymus Sanctus 345-420

Hieronymus, Sanctus, ca 347-420

Hieronymus Scriptor Ecclesiasticus 345-420

Hieronymus, Sophronius, ca 347-420

Hieronymus, Sophronius E. 345-420

Hieronymus Sophronius Eusebius.

Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius, -419 or 420

Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius, ca 347-420

Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius, ca. 349-420

Hieronymus Sophronius Eusebius, svatý, asi 342-420

Hieronymus Stridon. 345-420

Hieronymus Stridonensis.

Hieronymus Stridonensis 345-420

Hieronymus Stridonensis, ca 347-420

Hieronymus Stridonensis, Eusebius, ca 347-420

Hieronymus Stridonensis, saint

Hieronymus, Stridonensis, Saint, -419 or 420

Hieronymus Stridoniensis 345-420

Hieronymus, Stridoniensis, ca. 349-420

Hieronymus Stridonius 345-420

Hieronymus Stridonius, saint

Hieronymus, svatý, asi 342-420

Hieronymus (św. ; ca 340-ca 420). [m]

Hiëronymus van Stridon

Hieronymus, van Stridon, ca. 349-420

Hiëronymus van Stridon priester uit Oude Rome (342-420)

Hieronymus von Stridon 345-420

Hieronymus vu Stridon

Hieronymvs 345-420



Ieronim, Stridonskiĭ, Saint, -419 or 420

Ieronymus Stridonius 345-420

Iheronimus 345-420

Iheronimus, Saint, -419 or 420


Jerome", #St., ca. 349-420

Jérôme 345-420

Jérôme, asi 342-420

Jerome, ca. 349-420

Jerome Catholic saint and Doctor of the Church

Jérôme de Stridon

Jérôme de Stridon moine, traducteur de la Bible, docteur de l'Église et l'un des quatre pères de l'Église latine

Jerome, Saint

Jérôme Saint 345-420

Jérome (saint ; 347?-420).

Jerome, Saint, . 419 or 20

Jerome, Saint, asi 342-420

Jérôme, saint, ca 347-420

Jérôme, Saint, ca. 349-420

Jerome, Saint, d. 419 or 20

Jerome, Sanct, ca. 349-420

Jérôme Sanctus 345-420


Jeroni d'Estridó



Jerónimo de Estridón

Jeronimo Estridongoa

Jerónimo, S., ca. 349-420

Jerónimo, Saint, -419 or 420

Jéronimo San 345-420

Jerónimo santo católico y padre de la Iglesia

Jerōnimos, Saint, -419 or 420

Jeroným svatý 345-420

Naomh Iaróm

Pseudo-Girolamo 345-420


Pseudo-Hieronymus 345-420

Pseudo-Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius 345-420


Pseudo-Jerome 345-420

Saint Jérôme 345-420

San Gerònimo

San Giœumo

San Girolamo scrittore, teologo e santo romano

San Giròlamu

Sankta Hieronimo

Sant Ironem

Sei Hieronimusu

Shën Jeronimi


Sophronius Eusebius Hieronymus 345-420

Stridonskij, Ijeronim, asi 342-420

Šv. Jeronimas

Svatý Jeroným

sveti Hieronim rimski duhovnik, biblicist, prevajalec, pisatelj, svetnik, cerkveni oče in cerkveni učitelj

Sveti Jeronim

Szent Jeromos teológus, egyházatya, egyháztanító és fordító

Xerome de Estridón

Yeronim Stridonlu



Геранім Стрыдонскі

Гэгээн Иером

Еранім Стрыдонскі

Йероним Блажени

Иероним Стридонский

Свети Јероним

Ієронім Стридонський християнський теолог, письменник, відомий як перекладач тексту Біблії з грецької та гебрейської мов на тогочасну латинську мову

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