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Ferdinand Chirino de Salazar
1625 Old Testament Commentary Proverbs Salazar Priesthood Of Women
Paris: 1625. Author believed in the priesthood of women in the Catholic Church Ferdinandi Quirini de Salazar Conchensis ... Expositio in Proverbia Salomonis Exposition on Proverbs in Latin by Fernando Chirino de Salazar Very scarce Antiquarian vellum bound Roman Catholic commentary book 2 Title pages as pictured 1625 and 1626 Large folio - about 4 1/2" thick and weighs about 10 pounds Ferdinand Chirino de Salazar, Born in Cuenca, Spain, de Salazar entered the Company of Jesus in 1592, and taught Scripture in Alcala and Madrid. He played an important role at the court of Philip IV as spiritual advisor and court preacher. "Ferdinand Chirino de Salazar SJ (1575-1646) echoed century after century of tradition when he wrote: "Christ, 'the anointed', poured out the abundance of his anointing on Mary, making her a saint, a queen and a priest forever. Mary obtained a priesthood more eminent and excelling than that possessed by anyone else. For in unison with priests who are performing the sacred mysteries and together with Christ and in the same mystical way as he does, she always offers the Eucharistic sacrifice, just as, at one with him, she offered the sacrifice on Calvary". Tradition focussed on Mary as a sacrificial priest, a belief that had started in the early Church." Some decorative woodcuts and detailed woodcut decorative initials Numbered by columns The first book has 1396 columns followed by indexes The second book (continuation) separate title page as pictured - bound in, indexes and chapter xvii (17) which follows final chapter in first book Caput Dec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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