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The Eerdmans Studies in Early Christianity collection gathers nine volumes of modern scholarship on the nascent Christianity of the first century and beyond. Included are works on the earliest development of worship for Jesus as God, including Larry W. Hurtado’s standard-setting Lord Jesus Christ. Other volumes from Hurtado study the origins of Christianity’s sacred texts and liturgy. In The Inspiration and Interpretation of Scripture, Michael Graves explores the beginnings of biblical exegesis and the implications of a divinely inspired text. This collection is a valuable addition to the library of church historians, ministers, and anyone interested in the unique and fascinating spread of the gospel of Jesus.
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- Explores the early church’s approach to Scripture
- Examines the earliest stages of Christian worship and liturgy
- Describes the religious landscape of the first century
- Includes Larry W. Hurtado’s standard-setting work, Lord Jesus Christ
- Title: Eerdmans Studies in Early Christianity
- Publisher: Eerdmans
- Volumes: 9
- Pages: 2,872