Ceslas Spicq

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(Bernard) Ceslas Spicq (1901-1992) was a French Biblical scholar and member of the Pontifical Biblical Commission. Originally named Bernard, he chose the name Ceslas when he entered the Dominican Order. From 1953 until 1971, he taught at the Swiss University of Fribourg.

His most famous publications include:

  • L'Épître aux Hébreux : published in 1950, his work on the Epistle to the Hebrews was translated into a couple of languages, though not into English.
  • Agape in the New Testament
  • Theological lexicon of the New Testament