These two scholarly volumes analyze the life and legacy of Origen of Alexandria. Peter W. Martens Origen and Scripture thoroughly studies Origen’s exegetical method, modeling a new approach to studying the history of biblical interpretation. Martens suggests Origen’s exegetical model as a refreshing counterpoint to contemporary methods. And Demetrios S. Katos Palladius of Helenopolis examines the historian from Galatia and how his thought was influenced by Origen, providing a new reading of Palladius’ works, including his Lausiac History. These volumes are clearly written, and are accessible to readers without prior knowledge of the work and history of Origen or Palladius.
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