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Master of the Sacred Page: A Study of the Theology of Robert Grosseteste, ca. 1229/30 – 1235 epub

by James R. Ginther


Master of the Sacred Page: A Study of the Theology of Robert Grosseteste, ca. 1229/30 – 1235 epub

ISBN: 0754616495

ISBN13: 978-0754616498

Author: James R. Ginther

Category: Spirituality

Subcategory: Religious Studies

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (November 28, 2004)

Pages: 248 pages

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First Published 2004. Ginther reveals the central focus of Grosseteste's theology as the person and work of Christ, with the person of Christ as the interpretive key by which humanity comes to see the Trinity in the created world and the means by which humanity may participate in the divine. Surveying some of the major doctrinal issues of the thirteenth century, this book offers a thorough introduction to the theology of the period.

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Goering, J. W. (1995). When and where did Grosseteste study theology? In J. McEvoy (E., Robert Grosseteste: New perspectives on his thought and scholarship (pp. 17–51).

Modern scholarship has examined the life and works of Robert Grosseteste (ca. 1170-1253) mainly in a philosophical or episcopal context, yet Grosseteste wrote many treatises on pastoral theology, spent some years as a regent master in theology at the University of Oxford, and maintained interest in theological discourse throughout his time as Bishop of Lincoln. This book offers the first scholarly study of Grosseteste as theologian, taking account of the whole range of his theological writing both in published and unedited sources. Ginther reveals the central focus of Grosseteste's theology as the person and work of Christ, with the person of Christ as the interpretive key by which humanity comes to see the Trinity in the created world and the means by which humanity may participate in the divine. Surveying some of the major doctrinal issues of the thirteenth century, this book offers a thorough introduction to the theology of the period.