Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages

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BRILL, 24 sep 2019 - 392 pagina's
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In Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages, editor Jane Beal and other contributing scholars analyse the reception history of Jesus in medieval cultures (6th–15th c.), considering a wide variety of Christological images and ideas and their influence.
 

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Introduction Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages
1
the Witness of the Latin Liturgical Sequence
25
Chapter 2 The Miracles of Jesus in the Writings of the Venerable Bede
49
Chapter 3 The Hślend and Other Images of Jesus in AngloSaxon England
58
the Poems of Blathmac Son of Cķ Brettan
76
Christology and Tropology in Theophylact of Ochrids Interpretation of New Testament Parables
100
the Glossa Ordinaria on Johns Gospel
115
Chapter 7 Devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus in the Medieval West
129
Juliana of Mont Cornillon and the Feast of Corpus Christi
203
Chapter 11 Imitatio Christi and Authority in the Lives of St Francis
219
Christs Humanity in the Spirituality of Gertrude the Great of Helfta
240
Chapter 13 Christ as Turning Point in Dantes Commedia
255
Chapter 14 Jesus and the Christ in Two Middle English Psalm Commentaries
275
Chapter 15 Jesus as Mother in Julian of Norwichs Showing of Love
291
Chapter 16 Translation Debates and Lay Accessibility in the Meditationes Vitae Christi and Middle English Lives of Christ
310
Bibliography
325

Chapter 8 The Unicorn as a Symbol for Christ in the Middle Ages
154
Chapter 9 Godly Bridegroom and Human Bride
189

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