Cover

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pp. 1-2

Series Page

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pp. 3-3

Title Page

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pp. 4-4

Copyright

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pp. 5-7

Contents

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pp. vii-9

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Acknowledgments

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pp. ix-11

I have incurred many debts in the course of this project. I am very grateful to the St. Paul Center, its president, Scott Hahn, and its director, Rob Corzine. Without its generous grant, this translation would have taken many years to complete. The St. Paul Center, founded by Scott...

Abbreviations

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pp. xi-13

Select Bibliography

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pp. xiii-xviii

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Introduction

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pp. 3-24

Robert Grosseteste was an unusual and exceptional man: from the lowest social class, but moving amid kings and popes, a scientist but also a philosopher and theologian, a talented administrator and successful teacher, a pastor devoted to the care of his flock but also a scholar dedicated...

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Part One

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pp. 27-108

THERE WERE MANY in the primitive Church who asserted that the rituals of the Old Law together with those of the New Law must be observed and that there could be no salvation without observing them. Their opinion was rejected by the decree of the...

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Part Two

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pp. 109-154

THE FIRST TEXTUAL authority from the Old Testament that we offered in the first part, as a testimony to the end of the Law—namely, from Deuteronomy, “The Lord . . . will raise up to you a prophet . . . of your brethren . . . him you shall hear [as you would

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Part Three

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pp. 155-193

MANY TRUTHS CAN be shown also by reason concerning those matters which have been shown already by the authority of Scripture. And, when the historical truth of the Gospels is assumed, one can conclude that the man who is called Jesus, the son of Mary...

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Part Four

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pp. 194-243

IN THE FOREGOING it has been shown, to the best of our ability, that the Laws have been now, in a time of grace, made void. As a consequence we should seek out the specific time that was determined, fixed, and signified, at which the Laws ceased and, as it were...

Appendix

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pp. 247-250

General Index

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pp. 251-254

Index of Holy Scripture

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pp. 255-259