The Names of Christ

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Luis de León


The Names of Christ

TRANSLATION AND INTRODUCTION BY
MANUEL DURÁN AND WILLIAM KLUBACK

PREFACE BY
J. FERRATER MORA

PAULIST PRESS
NEW YORK ♦ RAMSEY ♦ TORONTO

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Table of contents

  • The Names of Christ *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Book I 33
  • Dedication 35
  • Introduction 40
  • On Names in General 42
  • Bud 53
  • Face of God 67
  • Way 78
  • Shepherd 88
  • Mountain 103
  • The Everlasting Father 119
  • Book II 151
  • Dedication 153
  • Introduction 156
  • Arm of God 157
  • King of God 184
  • Prince of Peace 212
  • Husband 239
  • Book III 263
  • Dedication 265
  • Introduction 268
  • Son of God 272
  • Lamb 311
  • Beloved 325
  • Jesus 343
  • Select Bibliography 373
  • Index to Preface, Foreword and Introduction 375
  • Index to Text 379
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