Medieval Studies Congress
The dramatic account of Joseph and his brothers in Genesis 37-50 has been the subject of many commentaries and reflections, by both Jews and Christians. How have the questions of crime and forgiveness been treated as a major theme by Christians? From early texts the pious effort to interpret the biblical message into a coherent whole led to a link between Joseph and Jesus. How has this been developed in the first millennium of Christianity? Father Frizzell examined this theme in “Tribulations of the Patriarch Joseph and Jesus in Greek and Latin Piety,” which he originally presented at the Medieval Studies Congress (Kalamazoo, Michigan) in May 2005.
Frizzell, Lawrence, "Tribulations of the Patriarch Joseph and Jesus in Greek and Latin Piety" (2005). Department of Religion Publications. 157.
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