By SEAN CONNOLLY
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Says the Lord’ (Ac 4%-9 quoting Is 66:l). Significantly, the same quotation from Isaiah is later cited in St Paul’s speech before the assembly of the Areopagus in Athens: ‘God who made the world and all things therein, he being Lord of heaven and earth, dwells not in temples made with hands’ (Ac 17:24). Before this pagan gentile audience the prophetic warning is directed against idolatrous worship of the man-made. The Creator in whom we live and move and have our being is not ‘like unto gold or silver or stone, the graving of art and the device of man’ (Ac 17:28-9).
Ironically, these lessons are in the HE taught by Aidan and the Columban community on Lindisfarne whose apostolic life is eulogized in the chapter immediatley following the debate at Whitby. Roger Ray has argued that although ‘the synod of Whitby was to Bede what the Council of Jerusalem was to Luke: the point at which a new Church went on record for catholic faith’, Bede made sophisticated use of the rhetorical arts of inventio in adapting this material for his purposes29. His exegesis on the New Testament material suggests other considerations were also involved.
1, which describes both the continuing need for Gregory’s pastoral work in Rome, ‘long converted to the true faith’, and his active role in sending and supporting the English mission so that he may properly be called ‘our apostle’ who ‘made our nation, till then enslaved to idols, into a Church of Christ’. 3). Though both structures are ‘an image of the universal Church’, in De templo the Tabernacle is particularly associated with ‘the ancient people of God’ and the Temple with the Church assembled from the gentiles as well as the Jews.
Bede: On the Temple by SEAN CONNOLLY