Item description for The Apostolic Tradition: A Commentary (Hermeneia: a Critical and Historical Commentary on the Bible) by Paul F. Bradshaw, Maxwell E. Johnson & L. Edward Phillips...
Overview The early second-century work by Hippolytus is an important contribution to New Testament research as well as the study of the patristic era.
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Studio: Augsburg Fortress Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.57" Width: 8.53" Height: 0.95" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date Mar 15, 2005
Publisher Augsburg Fortress Publishers
ISBN 0800660463 ISBN13 9780800660468
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More About Paul F. Bradshaw, Maxwell E. Johnson & L. Edward Phillips
Paul F. Bradshaw is emeritus professor of liturgy at the University of Notre Dame, an honorary canon of the Diocese of Northern Indiana (Episcopal Church), and a priest-vicar of Westminster Abbey. He has written, cowritten, or edited more than twenty books on the subject of Christian worship, including Reconstructing Early Christian Worship; The Origins of Feasts, Fasts, and Seasons in Early Christianity; and The Eucharistic Liturgies (all from Liturgical Press). A former president of both the North American Academy of Liturgy and the international Societas Liturgica, he was also editor-in-chief of the journal Studia Liturgica from 1987 to 2005.
Paul F. Bradshaw currently resides in the state of New Hampshire. Paul F. Bradshaw has an academic affiliation as follows - University's London Center University of Notre Dame University of Notr.
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Valuable Resource Nov 25, 2008
I've been reading about the Apostolic Tradition for decades. In this one volume there is a new translation and commentary too. It helps to put what people are saying about this ancient resource into perspective and allows one to evaluate some of the things folks have claimed about it in a more intelligible light. Those of us who are not well acquainted with the original languages have one more tool to help us understand the nascent church. Bradshaw is a trusted scholar in this area.