from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in patrology.
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The same may be said of Johann Peter Kirsch, archaeologist, patrologist, and historian.
Benedictine patrologist, of the Congregation of St. Maur; born 13
A learned Jesuit hymnographer and patrologist, born 23 July, 1747. at
French theologian and patrologist, b. about 1546 at
For better or worse, I am an amateur patrologist and theologian.
These fragments of patristic commentaries are not only quite valuable for the literal sense of Scripture, since their text frequently represents the evidence of very ancient (now lost) manuscripts; they are also serviceable to the theologian (dogmatic and mystical), to the ecclesiastical historian, and to the patrologist, for they often exhibit the only remains of important patristic writings (see Mai,