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Other Early Christian Gospels: A Critical Edition of the Surviving Greek Manuscripts (The Library of New Testament Studies) Paperback – November 27, 2007
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"A small but helpful volume [...] Bernhard certainly succeeds in accomplishing an interesting and useful database for students and non-specialists in the field. He has a considerable appreciation of the problems involved in the discussion of such texts and fragments." - Thomas J. Kraus, TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism (Thomas J. Kraus, TC: A Journal of Biblical Textual Criticism)
"This is likely to be a convenient reference for those who wish to consult either the Greek text or see photographic plates of these manuscripts." - Paul Foster, Senior Lecturer, New Testament, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK (Paul Foster, Senior Lecturer, New Testament, University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)
"Bernhard's timely study is a valuable addition to the fast-growing scholarly literature on the non-canonical gospels... An immensely useful introductory handbook." - Loveday Alexander, JSNTS Booklist, 2007 (Loveday Alexander)
"Presentation of each fragment is generally well done, including an introduction, critical Greek text, sometimes a simplified "student's" Greek text, and English translation; the plates are excellent and the volume is well indexed." - Michael W. Holmes, Religious Studies Review (Michael W. Holmes)
"...the main value of the book lies in the editions of the texts provided....if this volume enables others to engage in a more informed way with the texts treated here, it will have performed a valuable service." - Christopher Tuckett, Review of Biblical Literature, September 2008 (Christopher Tuckett Review of Biblical Literature)
"This is a resource that will be of interest to professional students of the Bible." - Donald Senior, C.P., The Bible Today, September 2008 (Donald Senior The Bible Today)
About the Author
Andrew Bernhard holds a Master's degree in Greek and Roman History from Oxford University, where he edited some of the Oxyrhynchus papyri.