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By Joseph A. Fitzmyer / Paulist Press / 1991–2009
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In this collection, award-winning biblical scholar Joseph A. Fitzmyer presents essays on Pauline studies and the historical-critical method, answers questions on Christology, examines the impact of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and updates Ignatius’ Spiritual Exercises to include more emphasis on Pauline texts and the Holy Spirit. Fitzmyer tackles topics such as the virgin birth with his characteristic frankness and rigorous scholarship, providing priests, scholars, theologians, and lay people with important insights in key areas of Catholic theology.
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Joseph A. Fitzmyer also contributed two volumes to the Studies in the Dead Sea Scrolls and Related Literature Series.
Joseph A. Fitzmyer, SJ, is professor emeritus of biblical studies at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC. He is a noted scholar of New Testament and Aramaic, and has taught at Woodstock College, University of Chicago, Fordham University, and Weston School of Theology. In 1984 he was awarded the Berkitt Medal for Biblical Studies by the British Royal Academy. He is the American member of the Biblical Commission, president of Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas, and past president of both The Society of Biblical Literature and the Catholic Biblical Association. He has authored over twenty books, including The Dead Sea Scrolls and Christian Origins, and he is coeditor of the New Jerome Biblical Commentary.