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Outlines of Textual Criticism Applied to the New Testament
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Outlines of Textual Criticism Applied to the New Testament

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Clarendon Press 1872

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Overview

After a long career of teaching at Oxford, C.E. Hammond wrote this volume to introduce students to New Testament textual criticism that incorporated the most recent research. Outlines of Textual Criticism Applied to the New Testament supplements Scrivener’s standard two-volume A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament, which was first published in 1854.

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Key Features

  • Introduces students to New Testament textual criticism
  • Supplements Scrivener’s introduction
  • Presents a beginner’s approach to textual criticism

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About C.E. Hammond

C.E. Hammond (1837–1914) was educated at Exeter College, Oxford. He served as a fellow and tutor from 1859 to 1873 and then as a lecturer until 1882. Hammond was ordained as an Anglican priest in 1862 and was a chaplain at the Oxford Female Penitentiary until 1882, when he moved to become the rector of Wooton, Northamptonshire. In 1903, he became the examining chaplain to the bishop of Truro and proctor in convocation for the diocese of Truro. Hammond is also the author of Liturgies Eastern and Western.