John the Scot's Christology and Soteriology in Relation to His Greek Sources

@article{Colish1982JohnTS,
  title={John the Scot's Christology and Soteriology in Relation to His Greek Sources},
  author={M. Colish},
  journal={The Downside Review},
  year={1982},
  volume={100},
  pages={138 - 151}
}
  • M. Colish
  • Published 1982
  • Philosophy
  • The Downside Review
THE De Divisione Naturae of John the Scot has attracted the attention of scholars interested in his philosophy, either as an expression of the speculative possibilities and limits of the Carolingian Renaissance or as a chapter in the transmission of Neoplatonism in the Medieval West. John's theology, particularly his Christology and soteriology, has inspired comparatively little study. Those scholars who have discussed this topic in John's thought are generally in accord. John's Christ, they… Expand
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