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Testimonies
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Part of Cambridge Library Collection - Biblical Studies

  • Date Published: December 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108039710

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  • In this two-volume work, J. Rendel Harris (1852–1941) fundamentally shaped Biblical scholarship in the twentieth century, arguing for the existence of a 'first known treatise on Christian theology', antedating the New Testament. A palaeographer, Harris examined recurring textual corruptions of Old Testament passages in early Christian writers and surmised an underlying collection, which he called the 'Testimony Book'. The book, Harris believed, collected Biblical testimonia - passages prophesying Christ - in order to prove the legitimacy of the new Christian faith. These arguments against Judaic theology marked, in Harris's opinion, the beginnings of the Christian written tradition. Volume 1 (1916) lays the groundwork for Harris's argument by examining the use of testimonia in early Christian writers like Cyprian and Gregory of Nyssa. Volume 2 (1920) seeks to demonstrate how the New Testament relied upon the 'Testimony Book', by examining Galatians, Hebrews and other letters and gospels.

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    • Date Published: December 2011
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108039710
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 19 mm
    • weight: 0.45kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Introduction
    1. The use of testimonies in the early Christian Church
    2. Further proofs of the antiquity of the Testimony Book
    3. An emendation to I Peter ii.8
    4. A further note on Testimonies in Barnabas
    5. Testimonies against the Mohammedans
    6. 'Spoken by Jeremy the Prophet'
    7. Irenaeus and the Book of Testimonies
    8. Lactantius and the Book of Testimonies
    9. Athanasius and the Book of Testimonies
    10. The altercation between Simon the Jew and Theophilus the Christian
    11. The Didascalia Jacobi
    12. Last traces of the Testimony Book
    13. A further proof of the Matthaean origin of the Book of Testimonies
    14. Professor Burkitt and the Testimonia
    15. An anonymous writer on the Oracles of Papias
    Index. Volume 2: Preface
    1. Introduction
    2. Testimonies in the Epistle to the Romans
    3. Testimonies in the Epistle to the Galations
    4. Testimonies in the Epistle to the Ephesians
    5. Testimonies in the Epistle to the Hebrews
    6. Jesus and the Exodus
    7. Testimonies in the Synoptic Gospels
    8. Testimonies in the Gospel of John
    9. Testimonies in the Acts of the Apostles
    10. Apocryphal Testimonies
    11. Papias and the Testimonies
    12. Did Jesus use Testimonies?
    13. Sacrifices, circumcision and the Sabbagh
    Appendix I:
    1. The authorship of the Athos MS.
    2. The Selden MS. and its contents
    3. The Selden MS. continued
    Appendix II. Patristic evidence for Testimonies in Romans
    Index.

  • Author

    J. Rendel Harris

    Assisted by

    Vacher Burch

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