The Art of Preaching
Publication Year: 2013
Published by: The Catholic University of America Press
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In presenting f_ive medieval works dealing with the art of preaching I have wanted to make available several treatises of a genre that has at-tracted far too little attention. of the roughly two hundred forty artes praedicandi known to exist, only two dozen, or 1zero.oldstyle percent, have been edited, and many of them without a translation. To increase this small ...
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All human activities that require skill and a certain know-how sooner or later beget technical manuals that, at whatever level, provide in-struction on how to do things, from the Sabiston Textbook of Surgery to The Joy of Cooking and Seven Weeks to Better Sex. So it is also with ready been the work of Jesus and his apostles, and it continued as a ...
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F.scu.scsig.scnano w.scas a D.scominican friar of the Roman province, who held various of_f_ices in his order during the 1two.oldstyle8zero.oldstyles and 1two.oldstyle9zero.oldstyles and ended his life as bishop of mothon in 1333.one.superior His Libellus artis predicatorie (or similar titles; Caplan 11five.oldstyle and two.oldstyletwo.oldstylezero.oldstyle; Caplan Suppl 11five.oldstyle) enjoyed much popularity: it survives in more than twenty manuscripts, including ...
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This and.sc the nex.sct two works are anonymous. All three appear together in sequence in two manuscripts from england, where only the f_irst has been noticed by previous scholars. That they are in fact dif_fer-ent and separate works is clear from their preservation as individual treatises elsewhere, as well as from dif_ferences in overall conception, ...
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The u.scnk.scnow.scn au.scthor of this short treatise begins by distin-guishing a collatio from a sermo and then announces that he will treat four main features of a collatio: (I) the introduction of the thema, (II) its division, (III) the subdivision, and (IV) the use of proof texts to conf_irm the proposed meaning. These topics are dealt with by other artes praedi-...
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The op.scening.sc sentence of Vade, quoting matthew 9:six.oldstyle, introduces the image of a house, whose parts—foundation, walls, entrance door (with threshold, opening, key, and lock), windows, window panes, and roof—are then systematically applied to the standard six parts of a ser-mon. In its style and thought Vade is more sophisticated than its two ...
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R.scochelle, a F.scrench F.scranciscan and Paris master (died 1two.oldstyle4five.oldstyle), closely associated with Alexander of Hales, wrote a number of impor-tant theological works.one.superior A Processus negociandi themata sermonum, beginning “Cum plures sint modi negociandi circa themata” (Caplan 31 and Suppl 31), is ascribed to him in manuscript P. It presupposes its ...
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The edited texts draw attention to several major features of medieval sermon making as it was taught in the artes praedicandi. First is their insistence on, their preoccupation with, the biblical text. All f_ive works—and indeed ev-ery ars praedicandi—declare that the scholastic sermon is to be built on a short text, and that this text is to be chosen from Scripture. This is precisely ...
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The text of Quamvis, its appearance in various forms and manuscripts, and be-yond this the manuscripts used for the texts here edited, furnish a limited yet signif_icant amount of data that yield some insights into the “life” of artes praedi-As noted in the introduction, Quamvis has been preserved in four manu-scripts (L, A, o, and U). It also exists in an abbreviated form (G) and in addition ...
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Comparison of Quamvis and Higden’s Ars componendi sermones reveals a hith-erto unacknowledged source of the latter and establishes that Quamvis itself must have been composed before 134zero.oldstyle. That the two works are somehow related is suggested at once by the fact that both use the biblical passage Habitabit iuve-nis cum virgine in their illustrations. Although a particular biblical text may ...
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In general, the section “Ars praedicandi” in James J. murphy, Rhetoric in the Middle Ages: A History of Rhetorical Theory from Saint Augustine to the Renais-sance (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 19seven.oldstyle4), two.oldstylesix.oldstyle9–3five.oldstylefive.oldstyle, contains many helpful and of_ten detailed summaries, as does Dorothea Roth, Die mittelalterliche Predigttheorie und das “Manuale Curatorum” des Johann ...
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Publication Year: 2013