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‘Nostrorum socordiam temporum’: the reforming impulse of Bede’s later exegesis
This paper attempts to provide a synoptic view of the thematic development of Bede’s exergesis. It examines a selection of his commentaries written at different periods in his career and, by placingExpand
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T Cell LFA-1 Engagement Induces HuR-Dependent Cytokine mRNA Stabilization through a Vav-1, Rac1/2, p38MAPK and MKK3 Signaling Cascade
Background Engagement of the β2 integrin, lymphocyte function-associated antigen-1 (LFA-1), results in stabilization of T cell mRNA transcripts containing AU-rich elements (AREs) by inducing rapidExpand
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The Cambridge Companion to Bede
Preface Scott DeGregorio Chronological table Part I. Bede's Life and Context: 1. Bede's life in context Michelle Brown 2. Secular and political contexts James Campbell 3. The world of Latin learningExpand
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The Venerable Bede on prayer and contemplation
As a monk at the famous Northumbrian monastery of Jarrow, the Venerable Bede (673–735) produced a body of exegetical work that enjoyed enormous popularity throughout the Middle Ages. Something ofExpand
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Bede's "In Ezram et Neemiam" and the Reform of the Northumbrian Church
Recent study of the historical and hagiographical work of the Venerable Bede has taught us much about that work by attempting to understand the immediate and local circumstances that gave rise to it.Expand
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The Venerable Bede and Gregory the Great: exegetical connections, spiritual departures
This article revisits the familiar comparison between the thought and writings of Bede and Gregory the Great. Bede was keen to foreground his debt to Gregory and past assessments have illuminatedExpand
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