Glaphyra on the Pentateuch Volume 1 (KINDLE)

Cycle Style iTic and textualssues presented "within the passage which Artscroll Children's Siddur is then followed by some theologicalnstruction or lessons of a practical nature "the passage which s then followed by some theological nstruction or lessons of a practical nature upon the literal Iron Cross interpretation The exposition then moves on to the theoria Thiss Cyril's preferred term for the contemplation of the spiritual sense that s to say the mystery of Christ which he firmly held lay hidden beneath the surface of Old he firmly held lay hidden beneath the surface of the text With great adeptness and consistency Cyril dentifies elements within the ancient narratives as figures or types and shadows of the Lord Jesus Christ the Church and the teachings of the gospel. Glaphyra on the Pentateuch Volume 1

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Cyril of Alexandria ca 376 444 s best known for his defense of orthodoxy at the time of the Nestorian controversy over the nature of Christ However by far the larger part of Cyril's literary output consisted of commentaries on books of both Old and New Testaments written before the consisted of commentaries on books of both Old and New Testaments written before the debate was sparked off n 428 One of these works of major proportions was the so called Glaphyra elegant comments on the Pentateuch This Comprises A Total Of Thirteen total of thirteen or volumes seven on Genesis three on Exodus and one each on Leviticus Numbers and Deuteronomy The comments primarily concern. ,

The narrative portions of the Pentateuch hence the greater space given to Genesis though a Number Of The Legal Prescriptions of the legal prescriptions also treated This present volume containing all seven books on Genesis s the first of a projected two volume set which will volume containing all seven books on Genesis Torah With Ramban's Commentary Translated, Annotated, And Elucidated: Devarim/Deuteronomy (Artscroll) is the first of a projected two volume set which will a translation of the whole Glaphyra for the first timen English Cyril's aims within the commentary are both theological and pastoral His chosen method begins with a consideration of the historia Here the Alexandrian patriarch deals with the text at the literal level At this stage he explains any historical cultural and at times even linguis. .