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Edward Freer Hills's Contribution to the Revival of the Ecclesiastical Text

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This book comprises an excellent history of how the church has treated the text of the Greek New Testament since Reformation times. In Chapter 1 the author documents which text the Reformers used and how they handled textual issues, including variant readings. John Calvin, Theodore Beza, John Owen, and Francis Turretin are singled out as examples of the Reformation approac ...more
Paperback, 177 pages
Published 1987 by The Institute for Renaissance and Reformation Biblical Studies
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A.J. Jr.
Oct 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Good introduction to the issues surrounding the ecclesiastical text. E. F. Hills' contribution to the defense of the traditional text is incalculable. His life and contribution are worth taking note of.
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