Bonaventure style is fashioned upon Holy Writings. He was a master of language and was called the Doctor Scripture evangelicae. He was able to adapt it perfectly to the the demands of his writings. He was simple and delicate. Sometimes his admiration can turn to imitation, and this explains the rhetorical character found in some passages, the abundance of superlatives, the length of sentences, etc.
In this course we will be able to discover the method and style of Bonaventure and how he used these to be able to spread the Gospel in a time of evangelical renewal which reached its height in the 13th century.
ECTS Credits: 3Professor: Jesmond Micallef
Table of content
I. Introduction to Bonaventure: Method, style, language
II. Introduction to Bonaventure: The method
III. Christ, word of good and exemplar of humanity, Part I
IV. Christ, word of good and exemplar of humanity, Part II
V. Christ, word of good and exemplar of humanity, Part III
VI. Seminator Verbi Dei