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Studia Biblica: Essays in Biblical Archaeology and Criticism and Kindred Spirits, vol. 1
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Studia Biblica: Essays in Biblical Archaeology and Criticism and Kindred Spirits, vol. 1

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Clarendon Press 1885

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Overview

This inaugural volume titled Studia Biblica: Essays in Biblical Archaeology and Criticism and Kindred Subjects, vol. 1, contains essays from Ad. Neubauer, Alfred Edersheim, William Sanday, S. R. Driver, F. H. Woods, John Wordsworth, G. H. Gwilliam, and T. Randell.

Ranging in diversity from an in-depth linguistic study on the origin and nature of the name of God to theories on the creation and composition of the Synoptic Gospels, the authors delve into an independent study of Scripture and historical context in this series of essays originally designed to challenge Oxford University theology students.

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Key Features

  • Delves into an independent study of Scripture and historical context
  • Provides appendices that identify pertinent Greek, Latin, and theological texts
  • Includes footnotes and collaborative notes

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