Biblical Research Perspectives, 1516-1922 profiles how biblical studies grew with critical tools and the discovery of ancient manuscript materials. With this specialized resource, students and researchers can gain a better understanding of biblical interpretation and thought over time.
Offering over 6,000 monographs, the collection features New Testament themes such as Jesus Christ and Paul, Old Testament themes such as the Ten Commandments, and reference works such as dictionaries, language primers, and concordances. Apocryphal books related to both Hebrew scriptures and the New Testament are also included.
Many languages are represented in this collection, with focus given to Greek and Hebrew, along with 29 non-English languages, including German, Latin, French, Coptic, Syriac, Samaritan, and Arabic.
Broad subject coverage includes:
- Manuscript discoveries like the Codex Sinaiticus and Codex Vaticanus
- The Historical Critical Method
- New Testament themes
- Old Testament (or Hebrew scripture) themes
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