That includes vivid complete colour all through, the 6th variation of Bart D. Ehrman's hugely profitable creation methods the recent testomony from a constantly ancient and comparative viewpoint, emphasizing the wealthy variety of the earliest Christian literature. special to this examine is its particular specialise in the ancient, literary, and spiritual milieux of the Greco-Roman global, together with early Judaism. As a part of its historic orientation, the booklet additionally discusses different Christian writings that have been approximately modern with the hot testomony, comparable to the Gospel of Thomas, the Apocalypse of Peter, and the letters of Ignatius.


A uniquely obtainable and fascinating writing variety that vividly brings the hot testomony tale to life

Time traces, illustrations, maps, and greater than a hundred images, together with 3 photograph essays

An large word list of key words, which look in boldface sort the 1st time they're utilized in each one chapter

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