Zoltán Adorjáni

Philo of Alexandria considered the Torah to be of absolute authority. By using the allegorical interpretation, he tried to prove that the Holy Scripture is a thesaurus of godly truths and philosophy alike, which contains moral and spiritual guidance resonating with the teachings of the Greek philosophy. Philo had a peculiar interpretation of Gen 1,27 from the Septuagint: ‟male and female He created them.” In his view, the first ideal man was asexual.

Philo of Alexandria considered the Torah to be of absolute authority. By using the allegorical interpretation, he tried to prove that the Holy Scripture is a thesaurus of godly truths and philosophy alike, which contains moral and spiritual guidance resonating with the teachings of the Greek philosophy. Philo had a peculiar interpretation of Gen 1,27 from the Septuagint: ‟male and female He created them.” In his view, the first ideal man was asexual.

A KPTI Kutatóintézetének legújabb kötete három biblikus és egy egyháztörténeti szaktanulmánnyal jelenik meg.

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