Chronologically comprehensive, the second volume in this esteemed series offers essays from 17 noted scholars on Jewish and Christian interpretive methods and movements and key individuals from Gregory I to the 16th century. Covers Rashi and his followers; the Carolingian era; Luther, Calvin, and Melanchthon; scholastic developments within the universities; vernacular Scriptures; and more. 456 pages, hardcover from Eerdmans.
Duane F. Watson is professor of New Testament studies atMalone College, Canton, Ohio. He is also the author ofInvention, Arrangement, and Style: Rhetorical Criticismof Jude and 2 Peter, editor of Persuasive Artistry:Studies in New Testament Rhetoric, and coauthor ofRhetorical Criticism of the Bible: A ComprehensiveBibliography with Notes on History and Method."
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