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J. Rendel Harris compiled these two volumes from his many writings on the question of testimonies against Jews in the early church. Harris discusses the authentication of dates for various testimonies, such as the Testimony Book, and examines testimonies against the Mohammedeans (or Muslims). He analyzes the testimonies in the New Testament and the Apocrypha, and includes what he claims is proof of an apostolic work that’s the first known treatise on Christian theology.
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- Discusses the use of testimonies in the early church
- Examines accuracy of various testimonies’ dates
- Offers insight into the use of testimonies from the Old Testament to the patristic writers
About J. Rendel Harris
J. Rendel Harris (1852–1941) was educated at Clare College, Cambridge, before becoming professor of New Testament Greek at Johns Hopkins University and at Haverford College. Harris then taught theology at Leiden University. He spent much of his career in the Near East collecting and translating rare manuscripts.