The Jesus Crisis: The Inroads of Historical Criticism Into Evangelical Scholarship
Robert L. Thomas, F. David Farnell
Kregel Academic, 1998 - Religion - 416 pages
Examines the inroads of historical criticism into evangelical scholarship. Though evangelicals reject many extreme conclusions of liberal scholars, some have adopted their same methodology in the interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, creating a crisis in evangelical scholarship. The authors show how adopting such methodologies are affecting the next generation of pastors, teachers, and scholars.
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THE ROOTS OF HISTORICAL CRITICISM
The Synoptic Gospels in the Ancient Church
Philosophical and Theological Bent of Historical
Source Criticism The TwoSource Theory
Eta Linnemann Friend or Foe of Scholarship?
Form Criticism and Tradition Criticism
Literary Dependence and Lukes Prologue
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