Item description for The Infancy Gospels of James and Thomas: With Introduction, Notes, and Original Text Featuring the New Scholars Version Translation (Scholars Bible) by Ronald F. Hock...
The infancy gospels reflect the early Christian interest in how Jesus was born and raised. The Infancy Gospel of James narrates the story of Mary, mother of Jesus---her birth, infancy and childhood, up to her pregnancy. The Infancy Gospel of Thomas recounts stories depicting Jesus as a petulant child prodigy.
Featuring the acclaimed Scholars Version translation side-by-side with the original Greek texts, this dual language edition makes the infancy gospels readily available and truly accessible for the first time ever.
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Studio: Polebridge Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.34" Width: 5.69" Height: 0.42" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Jul 1, 1996
Publisher Polebridge Press
ISBN 094434447X ISBN13 9780944344477
Availability 136 units. Availability accurate as of May 30, 2017 07:38.
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More About Ronald F. Hock
Hock holds a Ph.D. from Yale University in New Testament studies and is a professor of religion at the University of Southern California.
Ronald F. Hock was born in 1944.
Ronald F. Hock has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about The Infancy Gospels of James and Thomas: With Introduction, Notes, and Original Text Featuring the New Scholars Version Translation (Scholars Bible)?
Where's the hard cover? Feb 6, 2007
Book is a great resource in biblical studies, however would have peferred a hard copy version.
Review of the Infancy Gospels of James and Thomas Jan 20, 2007
I found the work quite interesting. I focused more on the text rather than the extra notes provided by the author. Based on their length, I can understand one reason why these two works did not qualify for biblical inclusion. In addition, The Infancy Book of Thomas revealed human weakness in a child with devine infinite power and knowledge. Unfortunately a dark immature side was uncovered. Though refreshing it was for myself, I'm sure showing the dark side of an understandingly immature yet omnipotent child did not sit well with the early church. I enjoyed the work and would recommend it to others interested in the subject.