Daily Gleanings about Origen’s position on Paul’s authorship of Hebrews and the importance of reading primary literature.
Daily Gleanings about a couple free works by Origen, courtesy of Verbum, as well as deep discounts on related resources.
Since 1875, Frederick Field’s edition of Origen’s Hexapla has been the standard reference for the work. A new edition is in preparation under the auspices of the Hexapla Project. But, for the present, Field’s work remains an invaluable resource. His two-volume edition is available via Internet Archive. Volume 1 Volume 2 N.B.: The Internet Archive link […]
On the web: Tommy Wasserman notes a new iOS app for New Testament manuscripts. E. K. McFall has the latest article in the Journal of Greco-Roman Christianity and Judaism: “Are Dionysos and Oedipus Name Variatnios for Satan and Antichrist?” Dan Wallace recounts an experience of reading a manuscript that “doesn’t exist.” Alin Suciu highlights Lorenzo […]
On the web: Jim Davila reports the discovery of some previously lost Greek homilies on the Psalms, potentially by Origen (1, 2). Peter Williams provides a link to a set of images of the manuscript. Roger Pearse comments on the press release and quotes Jerome’s catalogue of Origen’s writings. Alin Suciu passes along a letter […]
Google Books has the full text of J. A. Robinson’s 1893 edition of Origen’s Philocalia available for free in PDF and Google eBook format. Header image provided by Wikimedia Commons