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Overview This is the thoroughly updated and expanded third edition of the successful The Formation of the Christian Biblical Canon. It represents a fresh attempt to understand some of the many perplexing questions related to the origins and canonicity of the Bible.
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Studio: Hendrickson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.32" Height: 1.42" Weight: 2.09 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2007
Publisher Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN 1565639251 ISBN13 9781565639256
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More About Lee Martin McDonald
Lee M. McDonald is President Emeritus and Professor of New Testament Studies Emeritus of Acadia Divinity School, Nova Scotia and Adjunct Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary. He serves as Scholar in Residence for the American Baptist Churches of Los Angeles and the American Baptist Congregations of the Southwest and Hawaii. James H. Charlesworth is George L. Collord Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary and director of the seminary's Dead Sea Scrolls Project. He is the author of The Beloved Disciple (Trinity) and co-editor of the Trinity Press Faith and Scholarship Colloquies (FSC) Series.
Lee Martin McDonald was born in 1942.
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Liberal Perspective Nov 25, 2008
McDonald does not believe in biblical inerrancy, therefore the basis of his approach is from the broader scope of all who claimed to be Jewish or Christian, not just those who followed the orthodox tenants of Christianity. For those seeking a broad understanding of the genre and culture of those early centuries, McDonald has done a solid job of giving it. However, his work, by denying the supernatural involvement of the Holy Spirit in the canon's formation, will not prove helpful to the majority of evangelical students of the biblical canon.