Jesus and the Manuscripts: What We can Learn from the Oldest Texts
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Walking readers through works of ancient literature that mention Jesus, Evans engages the current scholarly discussion. He analyzes important texts and quotations in their original languages, asks how long the autographs of New Testament writings remained in circulation, and questions extracanonical narratives including the Gospel of Thomas and the Secret Gospel of Mark. Includes 20 pages of full-color photos.

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Title: Jesus and the Manuscripts: What We can Learn from the Oldest Texts
By: Craig A. Evans
Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 575
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2020
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches)
Weight: 2 pounds 6 ounces
ISBN: 168307162X
ISBN-13: 9781683071624
Stock No: WW071624

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“One does not need to be a prophet to predict that anyone reading this new publication by Professor Craig Evans will learn something new about the Gospels and other primary sources relevant for New Testament and patristic studies, discover neglected secondary sources, and be challenged, in the best academic tradition, to think again about convictions one has taken for granted. Scholars and students alike will benefit immensely from this handsomely produced volume.”

—Eckhard J. Schnabel, Mary F. Rockefeller Distinguished Professor of New Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary

“While often somewhat marginalized in scholarly discussions in favor of the so-called higher criticism, the importance of textual criticism for the study of the New Testament can hardly be overstated. In this well-written book, Craig Evans shows how textual criticism, in addition to the more technical aspects associated with this method, may shed important light on a range of exegetical questions with theological implications. Not everyone will agree with all of Evans’ assessments, but this is a book that should be read and discussed by all serious students of the New Testament.”

—Anders Runesson, Professor of New Testament, University of Oslo, and author of Divine Wrath and Salvation in Matthew

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