Gospel-Criticism and Historical Christianity A Study of the Gospels and of the History of the Gospel-Canon During the Second Century With a Consideration of the Results of Modern Criticism
Cone, Orello

New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1891. F xii +365 pages, index; with 4 page publisher's catalogue at back; with chapter material on the Gospel texts, autograph forms, The Apostolic Age, Papias of Hierapolis and Hegesippas, Dionysius of Corinth, Melito of Sardis, and Athenagoris, The Gospels in the Alexandrine Church; Synoptic Problem, aspects thereof; varous Gospels, Eschatology, Dogmatic "Tendencies" in the gospels, The Gospels as Histories, Criticism and Historical Christianity, more; Orello Cone (b. Lincklaen, N.Y. 1835; d. 1905) New Testament Scholar. His Gospel Criticism and Historical Christianity was ablest American work on higher criticism, taught at St. Lawrence University, Canton, N.Y. (DAB); bound in publisher's dark-red cloth covered boards, gilt spine titles, top edge gilt; light edge, tips wear to boards; contents clean and very good. Very Good H (Item ID: 13660)


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