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The Pauline Formula Induere Christum With Special Reference To The Works Of St. John Chrysostom by Saint John Chrysostom

St. Paul, as is well known, originated a number of typical phrases, aptly styled formulas, by which to express concisely and comprehensively the great truths of the Christian religion. These set forms of speech occur most frequently in connection with the Apostle’s Christological teachings. Some of the Pauline formulas have received exhaustive treatment at the hands of scholars of note. Deissmann’s study Ἐν Χριστῷ Ἰγσοῦ and Heitmüller’s work Im Namen Jesu are only two of many instances. One of the most striking and important of these formulas, which has not yet found a solution, is “Induere Christum.” The present treatise is an attempt at a solution.

The author wishes to acknowledge his indebtedness and to express his sincere gratitude to the Rev. Dr. Heinrich Schumacher, Professor of New Testament Exegesis at the Catholic University, with whose aid and under whose direction this monograph has been written. Acknowledgments are due also to the Rev. Ferdinand Gruen, O. F. M., for his services in revising the manuscript and preparing it for the press.

LEO J. OHLEYER, O. F. M.








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