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Armato 1Mikki ArmatoProf. Robert Rivers14 October 2018Argument Summary Paper 8The History of Interpretation paper was one that I enjoyed creating. I had the opportunity to choose, not just the theologians we discussed, but also one that I wished to delve deeper into. The passaged I chose was Philippians 2:9-11. The theologians I chose to view were St. Prosper of Aquitane, St. Gregory of Nyssa, and Ralph Martin. All of the theologians discussed this particular scripture, some with outright statements regarding the scripture, while St. Gregory of Nyssa incorporated it into his teachings without directly quoting the scripture. They all have theirown ideals of what the passage means, but they also share similarities, perhaps learning from their predecessors.St. Gregory of Nyssa uses the Temple of Jews and the partitions of the various courtstowards the Holy of Holies as an example. That the most sanctified would be able to enter the most inner court in the presence of God, providing they were indeed sanctified properly.