Volume 60, Issue 2, December 2020
Joel Varela Rodríguez
Isidoro de Sevilla ante Gregorio Magno
aspectos de la teología moral
This article studies Isidore of Seville’s reception of the moral theology of Gregory the Great. Examples will be offered from the Expositio in Vetus Testamentum and the second book of the Differentiae; the moral project of the Sententiae will also be explored. The most significant conclusion is that Isidore refuses to reproduce the most relevant innovations of Gregory’s teaching on charity.