Le livre de l’’Apocalypse chez Martin de León (m . 1203), entre commentaire et sermon : une lectio divina tournée vers l’action

Abstract : The Veteris ac Novi Testamenti Concordia by Martin de León (f. 1203) offers an almost unique opportunity to collate an author’s interpretation of the Bible in a commentary and sermon. In this article, interpretations of the Apocalypse are compared in two Concordia texts: his commentary and a sermon for the feast of St. Michael. In this last text, and in an unexpected way, his exegesis is more sophisticated and developed. In the Lectio Divina, as conceived by Martin de Leon, exegetical techniques are used more for edification than for education; exegesis and action turn out to be inseparable. The following hypothesis is thus reinforced: the commentaries on Concordia, confessing literature, would also be valid for valuing the rest of the work.
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Amélie De las heras. Le livre de l’’Apocalypse chez Martin de León (m . 1203), entre commentaire et sermon : une lectio divina tournée vers l’action. Mélanges de la Casa Velázquez. Nouvelle série, 2019, Dossier "Exégèse et lectio divina dans la péninsule Ibérique médiévale", 49 (1), pp.61-84. ⟨https://journals.openedition.org/mcv/9626⟩. ⟨halshs-02073806⟩

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