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While Augustine insists on the need for learning, and attacks the view of those who would like to interpret scripture “without a hu- 80 A SHORT HISTORY OF THE INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE man guide,“16 his ultimate authority in interpretation is twofold. It is first of all scripture itself, which at its highest proclaims the law of love as that on which all the rest depends. And in the second place it is the tradition of the church. Augustine takes the insights of Irenaeus and Tertullian and transposes them into a higher key.
And in any event, complete understanding of the mysteries o f scripture is impossible. When St. Paul cries out, “How unsearch- For however far one may advance in the search and make progress through an increasingly earnest study, even when aided and enlightened in mind by God’s grace,he will never be able to reach the final goal of his inquiries [De Pr. 1. Do thou Portray them threefold in counsel and knowledge, that thou mayst answer words of truth to those who question thee [De Pr. 1. Origen interprets this passage in the light of Paul’s threefold analysis of human personality (1 Thess.
Marcion of Pontus, as we have seen, rejected the method. Early in the third century an Egyptian bishop named Nepos wrote a Refutation of the Allegorists. ’ And it is likely that wherever the influence of the synagogue was felt by the church the interpretation of scripture had a tendency toward literalism. Such was certainly the case at Antioch. For centuries the Jewish community there was prominent and influential. The earliest Antiochene exegesis which we possess, an interpretation of Genesis by Theophilus of Antioch, is largely derived from Jewish teachers.
A Short History of the Interpretation of the Bible by David Tracy, Robert McQueen Grant