Ribera, Francisco

Ribera, Francisco, a Spanish Jesuit and commentator, was born at Segovia in 1537, and was educated at Salamanca. He became a Jesuit in 1570, and from that time was employed in interpreting the Scriptures, filling the chair of professor of divinity in the seminary at Salamanca until his death, in 1591. He wrote commentaries on the minor prophets, on John (Gospel arid Epistles), Apocalypse, and Epistle to Hebrews; also a treatise De Templo, etc.; and a Life of St. Theresa.

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