The Names of Christ
The Names of Christ, a masterpiece of the Golden Age of Spain, was written by Luis de Leon (1527-1591), an Augustinian friar, a professor and a poet. Written in the style of a pastoral dialogue, it is a meditation on the significance of Christ's names.
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On Names in General
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