The Cambridge History of the Bible: Volume 3, The West from the Reformation to the Present Day
Peter R. Ackroyd, Christopher Francis Evans, S. L. Greenslade, Geoffrey William Hugo Lampe
Cambridge University Press, 1963 - 652
Volume 2 of the Cambridge History treats the Bible as a central document of Western civilization, a source of exegesis and of doctrine, an influence on education, on the growth of scholarship, on art and literature, as well as on the liturgy and the life of the Christian church and its members. This volume commences the study of the Bible in the West. It begins with Jerome and the Fathers and goes on to the time of Erasmus. Introductory chapters look back and rapidly survey the growth of the biblical canon in the pre-Christian period and the early church, and early Christian book-production. The central portion of the volume discusses exposition and exegesis of the Scriptures: in the hands of the Fathers, in the Medieval Schools, in the Liturgy and in the tradition of medieval Jewish scholarship. The permeation of European culture by the Scriptures is illustrated by themes in art and manuscript illustration, and by separate sections on each of the main vernacular languages, giving special attention to English. Each chapter is written by a scholar and expert on the subject, who summarizes existing knowledge and, in many cases, advances it by reporting his own research.
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CONTINENTAL VERSIONS TO c 1600
ENGLISH VERSIONS OF THE BIBLE 15251611
THE RELIGION OF PROTESTANTS
THE BIBLE IN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
THE CRITICISM AND THEOLOGICAL USE
THE RISE OF MODERN BIBLICAL SCHOLARSHIP
CONTINENTAL VERSIONS FROM c 1600 TO
ENGLISH VERSIONS SINCE 1611
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Antwerp Apocrypha appeared Authorized Version Basle Bible printing biblical bishop blackletter British and Foreign Calvin Cambridge canon Catholic Christ Christian Church commentaries Complutensian copies criticism divine doctrine early ecclesiastical edition eighteenth century England English Bible Epistles Erasmus Estienne Estienne's evangelical exegesis exegetes faith folio Foreign Bible Society French Genesis Geneva Bible German God's Gospel grammar Greek Greek text Hebrew higher criticism historical Holy Scripture humanist inspiration interpretation Jesus John language later Latin Latin version literal Luther Lutheran manuscripts method missionary modern nineteenth century notes Old Testament original orthodoxy Oxford Paris Pentateuch Pietism Polyglot preaching preface principle printers produced Prophets Protestant Protestantism Psalms Psalter published Reformation religion religious reprinted revelation Revised Standard Version revision Robert Estienne Roman scholars scholarship Scripture sense Septuagint sixteenth century Spirit Syriac Testa theologians theology tradition trans translation truth Tyndale Tyndale's vernacular volume Vulgate whole Bible Wittenberg words Zurich