I wanted to update you on some writings of mine that were published recently (in 2020). Translations by me of portions of an anonymous early-fifth century commentary on 1 Thessalonians and a late sixth-century commentary on Titus by Students of Cassiodorus were published in Early Church Fathers Study Bible, New Testament (Kendallville, IN: Literal Truth […]
Fulgentius of Ruspe on the Saving Will of God: The Development of a Sixth-Century African Bishop’s Interpretation of 1 Timothy 2:4 During the Semi-Pelagian Controversy
This book provides the current review of the previously obscure life of Fulgentius, whose impact on the Semi-Pelagian debates of the 6th Century is foundational.
This study offers a solution to the problem of conflicting data on the extent of God’s saving will in the writings of an eminent sixth-century North African bishop, Fulgentius of Ruspe. It demonstrates that over time Fulgentius changed his opinion on the issue.
Gottschalk and a Medieval Predestination Controversy: Texts Translated from the Latin. The question of predestination and its nature, which drew strong protests from the monks of Provence in the early fifth century against the teaching of Augustine of Hippo, was initially settled by the Council of Orange in 529.