(d. 1173). B. Scot.; entered abbey of St. Victor, Paris, at an early age; pupil of Hugh* of St. Victor; prominent in struggle of Thomas à Becket* with Henry* II of Eng.; his theol. was influenced by mysticism; much of his expository work is along allegorical lines.
Edited by: Erwin L. Lueker, Luther Poellot, Paul Jackson
©Concordia Publishing House, 2000, All rights Reserved. Reproduced with Permission
Internet Version Produced by
The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod
Original Editions ©Copyright 1954, 1975, 2000
Concordia Publishing House
All rights reserved.
Content Reproduced with Permission
|Contact Us Online|
(Church Info Center)
|1333 S Kirkwood Rd |
Saint Louis, MO 63122-7226 | Directions
The Lutheran Witness
Interpreting the contemporary world from a Lutheran Christian perspective.
Visit TLW Online