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Clement's Biblical Exegesis by Veronika ÄOEernuskováexplore various facets of Clement of Alexandria's hermeneutical theory and his exegetical practice. Topics discussed include how Clement's methods of allegorical interpretation compare with those of Philo, Origen, and pagan exegetes of Homer, and his readings of particular texts such as Proverbs, the Sermon on the Mount, John 1, 1 John, and the Pauline letters. Online available.
Clement of Alexandria and the Beginnings of Christian Apophaticism by Henny Fiska Hägginvestigates this earliest stage of Christian negative (apophatic) theology, as well as the beginnings of the distinction between essence and energies, focusing on Clement of Alexandria in the late second century. Clement's theological, social, religious, and philosophical milieu is also considered, as is his indebtedness to Middle Platonism and its concept of God.
Stromateis, Books 1-3 by John Fergusonrevolve around the relation of Christian faith to Greek philosophy. This is the first English translation based on the new critical editions in SC (1951) and GCS (1972). Online available.