'In five chapters the author successively offers a most detailed codicological and papyrological analysis, presents a new edition with translation, discusses the historical problems raised by the text, and addresses the double question of its relation to the canonical Gospels and its place within early Christianity.' Joseph Verheyden, Review of Biblical Literature, 2006
About the Author
Michael J. Kruger
, Ph.D. (2004) in New Testament, University of Edinburgh, is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina. He has published a number of articles in the area of Christian origins, and has research interest in textual criticism, apocryphal gospels, and the development of the New Testament canon.