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Critical Studies in St. Luke's Gospel: Its Demonology and Ebionitism
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Critical Studies in St. Luke's Gospel: Its Demonology and Ebionitism

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William Blackwood and Sons 1891

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Overview

Colin Campbell’s thesis points to two distinct features found in the Gospel of Luke that differentiate it from Matthew and Mark: the deliberate focus of the author on demonology and Ebionitism. An interesting reading of the Gospel of Luke, Campbell provides an index of the demonology found in the third Gospel and an index for its Ebionite tendencies

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Key Features

  • Examines the author’s emphasis on demonology and ebionitism
  • Provides indexes to show demonology and Ebionite tendencies
  • Offers a different view into the Gospel of Luke

Contents

  • The Demonology of the Third Gospel
  • Its Ebionite Tendency

Praise for the Print Edition

Bright and scholarly, it is also painstaking, thorough, and rich in suggestions. Scholars will welcome it and peruse it with pleasure.

Scottish Review

Mr. Campbell’s Critical Studies in St. Luke’s Gospel: Its Demonology and Ebionitism is a very different kind of work from the commonplace studies and commentaries which are common enough. It is decidedly original.

Westminster Review

Product Details

  • Title: Critical Studies in St. Luke’s Gospel: Its Demonology and Ebionitism
  • Author: Colin Campbell
  • Publisher: William Blackwood and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1891
  • Pages: 317

About Colin Campbell

Colin Campbell was minister of the Parish of Dundee and gained the Black Theological Fellowship from Glasgow University. Campbell was the author of the book The First Three Gospels in Greek and numerous articles on Shakespeare and Chaucer.