Dr Shuve offers a comprehensive analysis of the interpretation of the Song of Songs in the Latin-speaking churches of Late Antiquity, showing how it was used by bishops and theologians to illuminate complex problems of identity in relation to liturgical practice, doctrinal definitions, and ideas about the body and sexuality.
|Автор на обложке||Shuve, Karl|
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