Typology

Abraham pater vester exsultavit ut videret diem meum: vidit, et gavisus est. St. John, viii. 56. Veteris Testamenti oeconomia ad hoc potissimum disposita erat, ut Christi universorum redemptoris Regnique Messianici adventum praepararet, prophetice nuntiaret et variis typis significaret. Deus igitur librorum utriusque Testamenti inspirator et auctor, ita sapienter disposuit, ut Novum in Vetere lateret et in Novo […]

He Scourgeth Every Son Whom He Receiveth

Ideoque et nos tantam habentes impositam nubem testium, deponentes omne pondus, et circumstans nos peccatum, per patientiam curramus ad propositum nobis certamen: aspicientes in auctorem fidei, et consummatorem Jesum, qui proposito sibi gaudio sustinuit crucem, confusione contempta, atque in dextera sedis Dei sedet. Recogitate enim eum qui talem sustinuit a peccatoribus adversum semetipsum contradictionem: ut […]

To the Monastery To Which He Belongs

The jurists say that tithe of cattle should be offered once and on that account it will be most holy, i.e., the tithe should not be offered again. But others of the true faith affirm that we should give tithes of living and mortal things to God every year, since every year we enjoy His gifts. […]

Folio 5 Recto

Eusebian canons, Eusebian sections or Eusebian Apparatus — also known as Ammonian Sections — are the system of dividing the four Gospels used between late Antiquity and the Middle Ages before the modern chapter and verse scheme. There are about 1165 Eusebian sections: 355 for Matthew, 235 for Mark, 343 for Luke, and 232 for John; the numbers, however, […]