Excerpt from The Trial and Death of Jesus Christ: A Devotional History of Our Lord's Passion
The bibliography of the Passion is given with con siderable fulness in Zéckler's Dds Krezzz but a good many of the books there enumerated may be said to have been superseded by the monu mental work of Nebe, Die Lez'densgescfiz'rfiz'e zuzsers Her/71 fem (2 vols., which, though not a work of genius, is written on so comprehen sive a plan and with such abundance of learning that nothing could better serve the purpose of any one who wishes to draw the skeleton before painting the picture. Of the numerous Lives of Christ those by Keim and Edersheim are worthy of Special notice in this part of the history, because of the fulness of information from classical sources in the one and from Talmudical in the other. Steinmeyer (lez'zze/zs is valuable on apologetic questions. On the Seven Words from the Cross there is an exten sive special literature. Schleiermacher and Tholuck are remarkably good; and there are volumes by baring-gould, Scott Holland and others.
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Born 1848 in Crieff, Scotland Died Feb. 5, 1929 in Florence, Italy(?) Education: from Univ. of Edinburgh, New College, Edinburgh, also, I believe some time at the Univ. of Halle and Berlin. Pulpit: Pastor of St. Brycedale, Kirkaldy, 1874 - 1887 Pastor of St. Matthews, or Free St. Matthews, Glasgow, 1887 - 1902 Academic: Professor of Church History, Free Church College, 1902-1924, adding the chair of Christian Ethics in 1905. Personal: Married twice, to Joanna Elder in 1878 and to Charlotte Brown Douglas in 1884.
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Book Description Zondervan, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0310441714
Book Description Zondervan, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0310441714