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Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books
Allegory & Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture by R.P.C. Hanson. | Self-Initiated Books

Allegory And Event by R.P.C. Hanson

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In this classic work in patristic studies, R. P. C. Hanson elucidates the views of the third-century theologian Origen on the nature and interpretaion of Scripture. The introduction by a leading Origen scholar sets Hanson's work in its context and explores its significance to Origen scholarship.

Title: Allegory and Event: A Study of the Sources and Significance of Origen's Interpretation of Scripture
Author: R.P.C. Hanson
Format: Paperback
Pages: 400
Richard Patrick Crosland Hanson (1916-1988)Richard Patrick Crosland Hanson (1916-1988), was Lightfoot Professor of Divinity at the University of Durham (1962-4), Professor of Christian Theology at the University of Nottingham (1964-70), Bishop of Clogher (1970-3), Professor of Historical and Contemporary Theology at the University of Manchester (1973-82), and Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Manchester (1973-83).

During his tenure at Manchester he worked notably on the evolution of Christian theology in the period between (and immediately prior to) the Councils of Nicea (325 AD) and Constantinople (381 A. D.) A historian of antiquity (he claimed to distrust history written concerning periods subsequent to 600 AD) he was particularly noted for a life of St. Patrick. Other publications of his include 'Studies in Christian Antiquity' and 'The Search for the Christian Doctrine of God'.