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The Pre-Nicene New Testament: Fifty-four Formative Texts
by Robert M Price
Binding: Hardcover, First Edition edition, 1248 pages
Publisher: Signature Books
Weight: 3.4 pound
Dimension: H: 2 x L: 9.2 x W: 6.4 inches
ISBN 10: 1560851945
ISBN 13: 9781560851943
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Through to the mid fourth century AD, there were twice as many sacred writings in circulation in Christendom as were ultimately canonized for the New Testament. Not until AD 367, forty two years after the famous Council of Nicea, would Saint Athanasius begin sorting through and determining which works should be granted special status. Prior to that time, Christians had recognized only the Hebrew Bible as scripture, all other works being seen as expressions rather than as sources of faith. Out of political necessity, and for the sake of unity and order in the church, canonization was harshly imposed on the churches. For scholars today, seeking to understand the breadth of early Christian teachings, it is important to consider all available sources. To that end, Professor Price offers the earliest extant versions of fifty four books, all of which were once considered sacred, including both the New Testament books and lesser known works. These have been compiled into a single convenient, readable, and reliable volume.


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