The Gospels and Jesus

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OUP Oxford, Mar 7, 2002 - Religion - 324 pages
This book provides a clear scholarly introduction to study of the life of Jesus and of the four New Testament gospels. In the second edition, special attention is given to ways of assessing the relevant literary and archaeological evidence. Current scholarly debates are considered, but the main emphasis is on thorough study of key passages in the gospels.
 

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Contents

JESUS IN GOSPEL TRADITION
141
Bibliography
300
Index of Passages Cited
315
General Index
323
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Professor Graham Stanton is Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. His studied for his first degree in History and Theology in New Zealand, for a PhD in Cambridge, and has also studied in Zurich and Tubingen. He was a Professor of New Testament Studies at King's College, London, for 21 years, and was Editor of the journal, 'New Testament Studies', and of the associated monograph series (both published by CUP) for nine years. He is aGeneral Editor of the International Critical Commentaries, the leading set of English-language commentaries on the Bible.