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I've read this book twice so far and I will be reading it again this afternoon.
This book is excellent: readable, scholarly, helpful, with information and explanations that can be easily shared with a congregation.
Later such action and impact can be seen in Islam as well (in the 7th century under the third Caliph, Uthman).
Very enlightening. difficult first chapters especially for a lay person, but well worth wading into. This book is a reread.Published 2 months ago by gaye fearing
Fist of all, I am not Roman Catholic, and so sense no personal ecclesiastical defensiveness here.
However, the argument of this book reminds me of a comment made by one of my... Read more
I am a Christian. I have been all my life. And I still am. I wish every Christian on the face of this earth could read this book.Published 19 months ago by H. L. ARLEDGE
This book contains some valuable information for the christian mind in explaining some questionable things the christian church does. Great book for my library.Published on January 22, 2013 by RT Hines
Over the course of 35 years of teaching a course "The Making of the New Testament" at U. of TN, Dungan has gathered gems from history and from the research of his many students. Read morePublished on September 12, 2012 by Quincy Harris
I've always been interested in these 50 Constantine Bibles; one of the least known and undiscovered relics of the Christian Church. Read morePublished on August 24, 2011 by Z. G Zinzel
Dungan presents a desription of the history of the canon of the New Testament from the perspective of the political process. Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by J. Matos
Dungan's recent publication continues to be simply torn to pieces in peer-reviews in scholarly journals, and for good reason. Read morePublished on September 16, 2008 by Muse of History