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Book Description

An Introduction to the Study of the New Testament
Publication Year:
Clarendon Press
New Testament, Introduction, Gospels, Synoptic Problem, Acts, New Testament Letters, Revelation
Copyright Holder:
Public domain

Alan Hugh McNeile [1871-1933], An Introduction to the Study of the New Testament

Table of Contents

  1. The New Testament
  2. The Synoptic Gospels
    1. Early Stages
    2. Characteristics and Motives
    3. Arrangement
    4. Date
    5. Place of Writing
    6. Original Language
  3. The Synoptic Problem
    1. The Problem
    2. The Marcan Source
    3. The Source known as Q
    4. Other Sources of Matthew and Luke
  4. The Acts
    1. The Purpose of the Acts
    2. The Arrangement
    3. The Source
    4. The Authorship and Historical Value
  5. The Epistles of St. Paul
    1. First Group of Epistles
    2. Second Group of Epistles
    3. Third Group of Epistles
  6. I, II Timothy, Titus
  7. General Epistles and Homilies
    1. James
    2. I Peter
    3. Hebrews
    4. Jude
    5. II Peter
    6. The Apocalypse
  8. The Johannine Gospel and Epistles
    1. The Fourth Gospel
    2. The First Epistle
    3. II, III John
  9. The Growth of the New Testament Canon
    1. The word Canon
    2. The Formation of the Canon of the New Testament
    3. The Sub-Apostolic Age
    4. A.D. 170-300
    5. The Fourth Century
  10. Textual Criticism
    1. The Need
    2. The Material
    3. The History of Criticism
    4. Westcott and Hort
    5. Further Advance
  11. Inspiration and Value
  • Index of Subjects
  • Index of Ancient Persons and Writins