The Interpretation of the New Testament, 1861-1961
A masterly survey of the subject of New Testament criticism, showing its historical development, the movements of thought, the contrasting personalities of scholars, and the permanent contributions made by various schools, ending with an assessment of the position today.
CHALLENGE TO ORTHODOXY
THE NEW TESTAMENT AND HISTORY
WHAT THE NEW TESTAMENT SAYS
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