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INNOVATION AND TRADITION IN THE WRITINGS OF THE VENERABLE BEDE
edited by SCOTT DEGREGORIO
West Virginia University Press, 2006
eISBN: 978-1-935978-29-9 | Paper: 978-1-933202-09-9
Library of Congress Classification PA8260.I55 2006

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

Works prior to this book focused on Bede as not only a European, but also as an English scholar, historian, scientist, or a biographer of saints, and have used a traditional approach towards his explanation of the Bible. Bede's interpretation of his work, its continuous progress, and the reasons behind his hurried appointment to an authority almost as high as the Church Fathers are all topics examined within the text. Essays are by Roger Ray, Faith Wallis, Calvin B. Kendall, George Hardin Brown, Scott DeGregorio, Arthur G. Holder, Lawrence T. Martin, Walter Goffart, and Joyce Hill.


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