Sanctified Vision: An Introduction to Early Christian Interpretation
by John J. O’Keefe and R. R. Reno
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005
(156 pages, $16.95, paperback)
reviewed by Ryan J. Jack Mcdermott
In his Life of Moses, Gregory of Nyssa explicates Moses’ transformation of the magician’s staff into a snake as “a figure of the mystery of the Lord’s incarnation, a manifestation of deity to men which effects the death of the tyrant and sets free those under his power.” To do this, he conflates texts from Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, Proverbs, John, 1 and 2 Corinthians, and Revelation.. . .
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