Pseudonymity and Canon Redux: The Meade Thesis and Its Variations Twentyfive Years Later

Pseudonymity and Canon Redux: The Meade Thesis and Its Variations Twentyfive Years Later
Part 55 of a 196 part series.
Topic: ETS
Organization: ETS National
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A talk from the 2011 National Meeting of the Evangelical Theological Society on the theme, “No Other Name.” The conference featured plenary speakers: Darrell Bock, Tim Tennant, and Kelly Kapic.
Nicholas Perrin Dr. Perrin is the Franklin S. Dyrness Professor of Biblical Studiest Wheaton College (Ph.D., Marquette University, M.Div., Covenant Theological Seminary, B.A., The Johns Hopkins University , 1986). His publications include: Publications and Presentations Lost in Transmission: What We Can Know and Not Know about the Words of Jesus (Nashville: Thomas Nelson: [Forthcoming December] 2007) Thomas:... read more

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