Commentary on the Gospel According to John

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THE FATHERS
OF THE CHURCH

A NEW TRANSLATION

EDITORIAL BOARD

Thomas P. Halton
The Catholic University of America Editorial Director
Elizabeth Clark
Duke University
Kathleen McVey
Princeton Theological Seminary
Robert B. Eno, S.S
The Catholic University of America
Robert D. Sider
Dickinson College
Frank A. C. Mantello
The Catholic University of America
Michael Slusser
Duquesne University
Cynthia Kahn White
The University of Arizona
Robin Darling Young
The Catholic University of America
David J. McGonagle
Director The Catholic University of America Press

FORMER EDITORIAL DIRECTORS

Ludwig Schopp, Roy J. Ferrari, Bernard M. Peebles,
Hermigild Dressler, O.M.F.

Steven R. Cain
Edward Strickland
Staff Editors

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Table of contents

  • The Fathers of the Church - A New Translation *
  • The Fathers of the Church - A New Translation *
  • Origen - Commentary on the Gospel According to John Books 13-32 *
  • Contents *
  • Abbreviations *
  • Preface vii
  • Select Bibliography ix
  • Introduction *
  • Introduction 3
  • Commentary on the Gospel of John Books 13, 19, 20, 28, and 32 *
  • Book Thirteen 69
  • Book Nineteen 166
  • Book Twenty *
  • Book Twenty-Eight 292
  • Book Thirty-Two *
  • Indices *
  • Index of Proper Names 421
  • Index of Holy Scripture 427
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