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Édouard Reuss’ two-volume History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament examines the development of the Christian Scriptures, from their earliest stages as oral tradition and spoken teachings, to the acceptance of Athanasius’ canon and beyond. Readers will find a detailed historical analysis of the most pressing questions concerning the New Testament, including the integrity of the New Testament’s individual books, the transmission of texts, and the dramatic events which led to a closed Christian canon.
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- Traces the development of the canon from the late Second Temple period until the postapostolic period
- Examines the significance of the canon from a historical perspective
- Provides historical narrative and textual criticism
- Title: History of the Sacred Scriptures of the New Testament
- Author: Édouard Reuss
- Translator: Edward L. Houghton
- Edition: 5th
- Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 975
About Édouard Reuss
Édouard Reuss (1804–1891) studied at Göttingen and at Halle. In Halle, he studied under the famous Hebrew scholar Wilhelm Gesenius. He taught biblical languages at Strasbourg Theological School, and was a member of the Lutheran Protestant Church of Augsburg Confession of Alsace and Lorraine.
About Edward L. Houghton
Edward L. Houghton was educated at Andover Newton Theological Seminary.