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Making of the New Testament Documents

Hardback|Apr 1999
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This text investigates literary tradition and its implications for the authorship, origin and dating of the New Testament Gospels and letters. Building upon earlier research, it identifies and compares preformed pieces that, in the letters, call into question the traditional...


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This text investigates literary tradition and its implications for the authorship, origin and dating of the New Testament Gospels and letters. Building upon earlier research, it identifies and compares preformed pieces that, in the letters, call into question the traditional view that the letters were the sole product of an individual whose authorship could be vetted by internal criteria of vocabulary, style and theological expression. The numerous and diverse epistolary traditions, many non-authorial, argue for a kind of corporate authorship, that until now has been unappreciated and apparently unknown to critical scholarship.;The author contends that the New Testament is the product of four contemporaneous and co-operating apostolic missions, each of which produced a Gospel and a number of letters and each of which faced the same judaizing-gnosticizing countermission.
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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 152505
  • Product Code 9004113320
  • EAN 9789004113329
  • Pages 522
  • Department Academic
  • Category Scripture
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher E J Brill
  • Publication Date Apr 1999
  • Dimensions 240 x 160 x 44mm
  • Weight 1.083kg

E Earle Ellis

E. Earle Ellis, is Research Professor of Theology, Southwestern Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, has authored The Old Testament in Early Christianity (1992), Paul's Use of the Old Testament (1991), Prophecy and Hermeneutic (1993), The Making of the New Testament Documents.(2002), The Sovereignty of God in Salvation (2008) and 1 Corinthians (International Critical Commentary)
Koorong -Editorial Review.

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