Cassiodorus, Gregory the Great and Others. Writings on the Apocalypse.
This book, written by me, Mark DelGogliano, and Thomas Schmidt, will contain translations of Cassiodorus’s Brief Explanations of the Apocalypse, Testimonies of Gregory the Great on the Apocalypse by pseudo-Paterius, and anonymous Scholia on the Apocalypse. An introduction to each text is provided. It is to be published in the Fathers of the Church series by the Catholic University of America Press.
“Ruined Sinners in a pseudo-Augustine Treatise on Predestination”
This essay explores the pseudo-Augustinians treatise On Predestination from the early fifth-century. It may have been written by Prosper of Aquitaine. The essay focuses on what the text says about the effects of sin on the human will. It also contains the first English translation of a significant portion of the text. It will be published as a chapter in a book entitled Ruined Sinners to Reclaim edited by David Gibson and Jonathan Gibson.
“Unconditional Election in the Tenth-Century Romans Commentary of Atto of Vercelli”
After introducing Atto’s life and writings, this essay analyzes Atto’s exegesis of Romans 9:11-26, explaining his belief that the cause of divine election is God’s decree not foreseen faith, works, or merits. It ends with a translation of that passage from the commentary along with some selections from the commentaries of Haimo of Auxerre. It will be published as a chapter in a book called Chosen Not for Good in Me edited by David Gibson and Jonathan Gibson.