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Title: Étienne Langton sur la foi, la prédestination et la réprobation
Subtitle: Étude et édition critique de Postille super epistulas Pauli (Rom., 9, 9-24)
Author(s): BIENIAK, Magdalena
Journal: Recherches de Théologie et Philosophie Médiévales
Volume: 86 Issue: 1 Date: 2019
This article has a double aim. The first part contains an analysis of Stephen Langton’s views on predestination and reprobation. After a short description of Langton’s basic views on faith, merit, and grace, two characteristic problems are discussed: first, whether predestination and reprobation confer some property on human beings; second, whether reprobation depends on the future. The second part of the article offers the first critical edition of a portion of Stephen Langton’s Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans. It is preceded by an introduction reconstructing the history of composition and transmission of the Commentary.