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Černušková, Veronika, Kovacs, Judith L., and Jana Plátová [Eds.]
Clement’s Biblical Exegesis. Proceedings of the Second Colloquium on Clement of Alexandria (Olomouc, May 29–31, 2014).
Leiden u. a.: Brill 2016. XIII, 385 S. = Vigiliae Christianae. Supplements, 139. Geb. EUR 147,00. ISBN 978-90-04-33123-5.
Mark W. Elliott
These proceedings manifest a sub-discipline and research area in healthy bloom, following on from the first ›Clement‹ conference of 2010. First off, Judith Kovacs, who has contributed fine leadership in this area, offers a splendid and useful overview of past and pres-ent scholarship on Clement, which also points forward to some of the essays in the volume that follows. We learn that Clement liked to intersperse his own theological and philosophical comments with scriptural phrases, especially from his favourites, Paul and Matthew, but also at times EpBarn and KerygmaPetr. Hermeneutical vigilance meant ›interpreting received evangelical and apos-tolic traditions in light of secret oral tradition transmitted from Christ through the apostles‹ (Strom I,1,11) and ...
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