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How the Bible Was Formed

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How the Bible Was Formed
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How the Bible Was Formed

Derived from Gregg Allison's magisterial Historical Theology, this digital short provides a concise but thorough history of how both New Testament and Old Testament books were identified as Scripture and incorporated into the final canon. Attention is paid to differences between the Catholic and Protestant canons and to debates about the inclusion of apocryphal books. The equivalent of a series of lectures on Scripture's formation, with extensive footnoting for further reading, this digital short provides a one-stop reference resource on a foundational matter of Christian doctrine and worship.



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Derived from Gregg Allison's magisterial Historical Theology, this digital short provides a concise but thorough history of how both New Testament and Old Testament books were identified as Scripture and incorporated into the final canon. Attention is paid to differences between the Catholic and Protestant canons and to debates about the inclusion of apocryphal books. The equivalent of a series of lectures on Scripture's formation, with extensive footnoting for further reading, this digital short provides a one-stop reference resource on a foundational matter of Christian doctrine and worship.


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  • Catalogue Code 367654
  • Product Code 9780310496144
  • ISBN 0310496144
  • EAN 9780310496144
  • Department Academic
  • Category Biblical Studies
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Jul 2012
  • Sales Rank #43817
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No

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