Adorjáni Zoltán

Philo of Alexandria considered the Torah to be of absolute authority. By using the allegorical interpretation, he tried to prove that the Holy Scripture is a thesaurus of godly truths and philosophy alike, which contains moral and spiritual guidance resonating with the teachings of the Greek philosophy. Philo had a peculiar interpretation of Gen 1,27 from the Septuagint: ‟male and female He created them.” In his view, the first ideal man was asexual.

A KPTI Kutatóintézetének legújabb kötete három biblikus és egy egyháztörténeti szaktanulmánnyal jelenik meg.


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