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The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable?(Les documents du Nouveau Testament : Peut-on s'y fier ?)

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Presentation

According to F. F. Bruce, whether we place ourselves on a theological or historical level, it is crucial to know whether or not the New Testament documents are reliable. In this book, the author takes a close look at the value of these documents which have had a decisive influence on the history of mankind.

Author

Born in Scotland, Frederick Fyvie Bruce (October 12, 1910 - September 11, 1990) was educated at the universities of Cambridge, Aberdeen and Wien. He taught Greek in Edinburgh and Leeds and was responsible for the Department of Biblical History and Literature in Sheffield. He was also professor of criticism and exegesis in Manchester. In 1957 he was awarded the rank of honorary doctor.

Table of contents

Preface to the French edition
1. How important?
2. New Testament Documents: Dates and Attestation
3. The New Testament Canon
4. The Gospels
5. Miracles of the Gospel
6. Paul's testimony
7. The Writings of Luke
8. The Contributions of Archeology
9. The Testimony of Ancient Jewish Writings
10. The testimony of pagan writings
Index of subjects
Index of biblical references

Details

Original title : The New Testament Documents: Are They Reliable?
Author : FF Bruce
Publisher : Impact
Publication : 2008
ISBN : 978-2-89082-109-5
Pages : 140
​​Dimensions : 5.4''x 8.3 "
Format : paperback
Weight : 204 g

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L’auteur a réalisé un beau, court et convainquant plaidoyer au sujet de la fiabilité des docu-ments du Nouveau Testament. Bien que le sujet abordé soit plutôt technique, ce livre sera lu avec profit par tout lecteur. En une petite centaine de pages, parfois denses, mais pertinentes et intéressantes, le chrétien pourra se faire une idée du sujet. A noter que cet ouvrage d’étude présente bien (jolie couverture, typographie lisible).