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The Venerable Bede’s In Ezram et Neemiam is the 1st and purely whole observation written at the biblical books of Ezra and Nehemiah within the patristic or later medieval period. this can be the 1st English translation of Bede’s textual content, and in it he emerges as a bold innovator, an writer who used the tales of Ezra and Nehemiah to discover the pastoral and secular crises of his personal day.  Translator Scott DeGregorio makes Bede's paintings either available to the layperson and illuminating for the professional. This version comprises annotations facing textual, old, and non secular concerns; a entire creation that locations the textual content within the backdrop of Bede's eighth-century Northumbrian neighborhood; appendices; and a bibliography.

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2 See above, p. xxxviii, n. 2. 3 See In Gen. praef. 35–45). Meyvaert’s renderings of these key portions of the preface are inaccurate: he translates parum perscrutatus fuero as ‘I would like to discourse somewhat’, and et aliqua ex his quae commemoraui sacramentis apertiora studiosis, Deo favente, reddidero as ‘My desire is to explain the sacraments I have just briefly mentioned in a fuller way for the benefit of studious readers’ (see Meyvaert 2005: 00). But this is not what Bede says. The deponent verb perscrutor means ‘to examine thoroughly’, not ‘to discourse’.

2 Now the fact that later on some of the temple buildings began to deteriorate due to their great age but were soon restored and brought to their former state by the urging of the kings and priests who lived at that time, signifies the daily and most trivial sins of the faithful. 3 By the Lord’s gift, they are likewise corrected by their own daily diligence through the examples or exhortations of the righteous who went before, as though through the industry of God’s kings and priests. 4 The fact that afterwards, through mounting evils, this same temple was profaned by the filth of idols5 and ultimately destroyed and burned down by the Chaldeans6 signifies the more weighty faults of those who, though they were united with the members of the Holy Church through the confession of the right faith and the sacrament of the washing of salvation,7 nonetheless were cast down once more from the 1 On the notion of the time of the world encompassing a period of seven days, which Bede draws from his The Reckoning of Time, see below In Ezr.

E. 1 Hence the Apostle also says: The temple of God is holy, and you are it;2 and in the epistle to the Hebrews: And Moses was faithful as a servant in all his house, testifying to what would be said. But Christ is faithful as a son in his house. 6 The Apostle of the Church, when writing about the Gentiles, said regarding him: And he came and preached peace to you that were far away and peace to those that were near. 7 Furthermore, the fact that Solomon built the temple in seven years but finished and dedicated it in the eighth8 signifies that during all the time of this world, which is encom- 1 John 14:23.

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