Augustine's Changing Interpretations of Genesis 1-3
From De Genesi Contra Manichaeos to De Genesi Ad Litteram
Investigates and compares Augustine's two commentaries on the opening chapters of Genesis: De Genesi contra Manichaeos, his first scriptural exegesis, and De Genesi ad Litteram, the final and monumental version of his exploration of creation. This book describes how Augustine's exegesis of Genesis 1-3 progressed in the two commentaries.
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"... goes beyond the range of Teske, Dawson, and Eden... Dr. Kim investigates the field of Augustinian hermeneutics to much greater depth..." - Professor Jack C. Marler, Saint Louis University"