Documents and Images For the Study of the Gospels
Since its first appearance in 1980, Documents for the Study of the Gospels has been a welcome and highly regarded sourcebook for the study of the historical environment of the Gospels, introducing religious, philosophical, and literary texts comparable to various...
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Since its first appearance in 1980, Documents for the Study of the Gospels has been a welcome and highly regarded sourcebook for the study of the historical environment of the Gospels, introducing religious, philosophical, and literary texts comparable to various aspects of the Gospels and illuminating their genre and the subgenres included in them. In this edition, David R. Cartlidge has added new discoveries (including the Gospel of Mary Magdala and the Gospel of Judas) and previously known texts from the Greco-Roman world that shed light on the Gospels (including Augustus's Res Gestae). He has updated introductions to texts throughout the book in light of contemporary scholarship and illustrated the texts with a rich repertoire of images from the ancient world and from the cultural reception of the Gospels through centuries of Christian interpretation. The result is an inviting and intriguing treasure that will enrich every student's appreciation of the New Testament Gospels and early Christianity.
- <span><span>since Its First Appearance In 1980, Documents For The Study Of The Gospels Has Been A Welcome And Highly Regarded Sourcebook For The Study Of The Historical Environment Of The Gospels, Introducing Religious, Philosophical, And Literary Texts Comparable To Various Aspects Of The Gospels And Illuminating Their Genre And The Subgenres Included In Them. In This Edition, David R. Cartlidge Has Added New Discoveries (including The Gospel Of Mary Magdala And The Gospel Of Judas) And Previously Known Texts From The Greco-roman World That Shed Light On The Gospels (including Augustus's Res Gestae). He Has Updated Introductions To Texts Throughout The Book In Light Of Contemporary Scholarship And Illustrated The Texts With A Rich Repertoire Of Images From The Ancient World And From The Cultural Reception Of The Gospels Through Centuries Of Christian Interpretation. The Result Is An Inviting And Intriguing Treasure That Will Enrich Every Student's Appreciation Of The New Testament Gospels And Early Christianity.</span></span>