The Muratorian Fragment, traditionally dated at the end of the second century, is by far the earliest known list of books of the New Testament. It is therefore an important milestone in understanding the formation of the Christian canon of scriptures. The traditional date of the fragment, however, was questioned in 1973 by Albert C. Sundberg, Jr, in an article of the Harvard Theological Review that has since been generally ignored or dismissed. In this book, Hahneman re-examines the traditional dating of the fragment in a complete and extensive study that concurs with Sundberg's findings. Arguing for a later placing of the fragment, Hahneman shows that the entire history of the Christian Bible must be recast as a much longer and more gradual process. As a result, the decisive period of canonical history moves from the end of the second century into the midst of the fourth. As a decisive contribution to our understanding of the development of the New Testament canon, this book will be of considerable importance and interest to New Testament scholars and historians of the early Church.
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Geoffrey Mark Hahneman, Canon, the Cathedral Church of St Mark, Minneapolis.Review:
"A thorough discussion of the Muratorian fragment; it is also a discussion of the formation of both testaments of the biblical cannon."--Theology Digest
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Descrizione libro Clarendon Press, 1992. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110198263414
Descrizione libro Oxford University Press, USA, 1992. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0198263414