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A STUDY IN THE EARLIEST HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY.
BY PROF. VINCENT HENRY STANTON, M.A.,
TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
'Mr. Stanton's book answers a real want, and will be indispensable to students of the origin of Christianity. We hope that Mr. Stanton will be able to continue his labours in that most obscure and most important period, of his competency to deal with which he has given such good proof in this book.'-Guardian.
'We welcome this book as a valuable addition to the literature of a most important subject. . . . The book is remarkable for the clearness of its style. Mr. Stanton is never obscure from beginning to end, and we think that no reader of average attainments will be able to put the book down without having learnt much from his lucid and scholarly exposition.'-Ecclesiastical Gazette.
In One Volume, post 8vo, price 7s. 6d.,
The Prediction of the Fultilment of Redemption through the Messiah.
A Critical Study of the Messianic Passages of the Old Testament in the
BY CHARLES AUGUSTUS BRIGGS, D.D.,
DAVENPORT PROFESSOR OF HEBREW, UNION THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, NEW YORK.
NOTE.-This Work discusses all the Messianic passages of the Old Testament in a fresh Translation, with critical Notes, and aims to trace the development of the Messianic idea in the Old Testament.
The Right Hon. W. E. GLADSTONE writes:-'On the pervading and multiform character of this promise, see a recent, as well as valuable authority, in the volume of Dr. Briggs, of the New York Theological Seminary, on "Messianic Prophecy."
'Professor Briggs' Messianic Prophecy is a most excellent book, in which I greatly rejoice.'-Prof. FRANZ DELITZSCH,
'All scholars will join in recognising its singular usefulness as a text-book. It has been much wanted.'-Rev. Canon CHEYNE.
'Professor Briggs' new book on Messianic Prophecy is a worthy companion to his indispensable text-book on "Biblical Study." . . . He has produced the first English text-book on the subject of Messianic Prophecy which a modern teacher can use.'The Academy.
T. and T. Clark's Publications.
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APOSTOLIC AND POST-APOSTOLIC TIMES.
Their Diversity and Unity in Life and Doctrine.]
By G. V. LECHLER, D.D.
Third Edition, thoroughly Revised and Re-Written.
TRANSLATED BY A. J. K. DAVIDSON.
In the work before us, Lechler works out this conception with great skill, and with ample historical and critical knowledge. He has had the advantage of all the discussions of these forty years, and he has made good use of them. The book is up to date; so thoroughly is this the case, that he has been able to make room for the results which have been won for the early history of Christianity by the discovery of the "Didachè,” and of the discussions to which it has given occasion. Nor is it too much to say that Dr. Lechler has neglected nothing fitted to throw light on his great theme. The work is of the highest value.'-Spectator.
It contains a vast amount of historical information, and is replete with judicious remarks. . . . By bringing under the notice of English readers a work so favourably thought of in Germany, the translator has conferred a benefit on the gy.'-Athenæum. 'Scholars of all kinds will welcome this new edition of Dr. Lechler's famous work. It has for long been a standard authority upon the subject which it treats. The book has not only been "revised," but actually "re-written" from end to end.'-Literary World.
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THE SERVANT OF THE LORD,
IN ISAIAH XL-LXVI.
Reclaimed to Isaiah as the Author from Argument, Structure, and Date.
BY JOHN FORBES, D.D., LL.D.,
EMERITUS PROFESSOR OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES, ABerdeen.
'Remarkable for a lucidity and a facility of expression not often found.'-Ecclesiastical
'A truly wonderful piece of work.'-Church Bells.
'The venerable author deserves the thanks of all biblical students for this luminous and forcible defence of Isaiah's authorship of the whole prophecy. His arguments are to our mind unanswerable.'-London Quarterly Review.
'Dr. Forbes' commentary and translation will be found useful and suggestive, and we admire the courage and enthusiasm which have enabled him to complete such a task at the advanced age of eighty-seven.'-Scotsman.
Emil SCHÜRER'S HISTORY OF THE JEWISH
PEOPLE IN THE TIME OF CHRIST.
REV, JOHN MACPHERSON, M.A.,
T. & T. CLARK, 38 GEORGE STREET.
.53913 1885 Index
In accordance with the strongly expressed wish of Professor Schürer, his elaborate and carefully compiled Index has been faithfully reproduced in English for the benefit of students of his History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ. The need of an Index for so extensive and thorough-going a treatise as that which has now been completed in five English volumes, will be apparent to all who are in any measure acquainted with the work. The English edition has been issued almost contemporaneously with the German, the last two volumes having been translated from proof-sheets forwarded by the author from time to time as the printing of the original advanced.
The figures used in the Index references indicate respectively the Division (I. II.), the volume in each Division (1. i. ii.; II. i. ii. iii.), and the page.
At the end of this volume are given the Additions and Corrections which Professor Schürer wishes to be made to Division II. Those supplied by the author for Division I. are given at the close of vol. ii. of that Division.
20th December 1890.