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By T&T Clark / 1911/
The present volume contains a selection of scriptural problems and their solutions from various treatises of Origen. It is generally thought that the book, and also the division and titles of its chapters, were the work of the Church fathers Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, and mailed by Gregory to Theodore, Bishop of Tyana.
As most of Origen's works have been lost, The Philocalia of Origen is an important text for the history of biblical interpretation. This English translation by George Lewis includes the translation of the Greek Preface and a detailed index.
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This volume forms an excellent introduction to the study of Origen.
The English translation of the Philocalia of Origen by Rev. George Lewis will be widely welcomed by all students of early Christian literature.
—The Hartford Seminary Record
George Lewis graduated from the University of London in 1869 and from Balliol College, Oxford in 1884. He was ordained in 1872 and became vicar of Dodderhill in 1888. He is the author of numerous works, including A Life of Joseph Hall and An Oxford Parish Priest. He is also the noted translator of St. Basil's De Spiritu Sancto and St. Jerome's Dogmatic Treatises.