The draft of the 9th homily on Ezekiel by Origen has arrived from the translator, and is excellent, with little to do on it. This homily also could probably be preached today, just as it is.
The homilies give us a picture of Origen the preacher, a humble, learned man, eager to help explain the difficult places of scripture in ways that everyone could understand. Instead of the airy speculation that we associate with the name we see a practical man.
It is remarkable to me that these works, easily the most accessible of his works, have remained untranslated until today.