Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, Books 6-10
Publication Year: 2010
Published by: The Catholic University of America Press
Title Page, Copyright
Prefatory Note on the Printed Editions
The Editio Princeps of Origen’s Commentary was printed by Simon de Lueres (Simone de Lovere) in Venice, 1506.1 The text had been discovered and restored by Theophilus Salodianus, a monk of an Italian order of mendicants devoted to St. Jerome. Salodianus wrongly attributed...
Therefore, do not let sin exercise dominion in your mortal body to make you obey its desires. And do not present your members to sin as weapons of wickedness; but present yourselves to God as those who are alive from the dead, and your members to God as weapons of righteousness. For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under...
Just as we have shown that paul brings up various kinds of laws in this letter under the single term “law”1 and names various kinds of death under the one appellation “death,”2 similarly, now we see various kinds of spirits being indicated under the one name “spirit.” Thus, he says in the present section...
Indeed brothers, the will of my heart and prayer to God is on their behalf for salvation. For I testify for them that they have zeal for God, but not according to knowledge. For, being ignorant of the righteousness of God and seeking to establish their own righteousness, they have not submitted to God’s righteousness.1 (2) Both at the beginning of...
n the entire preceding text of the epistle the Apostle had shown how the essence of religion has been transferred from the Jews to the [M1202] Gentiles, from circumcision to faith,1 from the letter to the Spirit, from shadow to truth, from fleshly observance [M1203] to spiritual observance.2 Moreover, he...
Therefore do not let your good be reviled. For the kingdom of God is not food and drink, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit. For whoever serves Christ in this is pleasing to God and approved by men.1 (2) I ask how our good can be reviled. It is good to understand the law spiritually and to avoid as unclean and defiled foods the godless and absurd...
EPILOGUE OF RUFINUS
In dictating up to this point as we were able on the Epistle to the Romans, there has been expended a great deal of effort and time.1 In fact, I must confess, most loving brother Heraclius, that while I desire to satisfy your wishes, I have nearly forgotten the command where it is enjoined, “Do not lift a burden...
INDEX OF HOLY SCRIPTURE
INDEX OF ORIGEN’S WORKS
Page Count: 358
Publication Year: 2010
Series Title: The Fathers of the Church: A New Translation
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