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Cornelia B. Horn

Professor, Department

Theological Studies Saint Louis University

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Graduate Student In the Early Christian Studies Program

Catholic University of America


Assistant Professor, Theological Studies

Saint Louis University


Member, Department of Theology

University of St. Thomas


Assistant Professor, Historical Theology

Saint Louis University/ Dumbarton Oaks


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WELCOME TO SEERI.ORG

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Cornelia B. Horn, Professor, Department of Theological Studies Saint Louis University


SBL Meetings and Events

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Cornelia Horn


The Correspondence Between

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By Cornelia B. Horn*
*Ms. Cornelia B. Horn is a graduate student in the Early Christian Studies Program at The Catholic University of America. Her field of research is Oriental Patrology.


James of Cyrrhestica

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By Cornelia B. Horn
She holds an MA in Classics from the University of Texas at Austin and an MA in Early Christian Studies from The Catholic University of America. Her field of research is Oriental Patrology.


SBL Meetings and Events

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Cornelia Horn


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