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Origin and history of the books of the Bible, both the canonical and the apocryphal, designed to show what the Bible is not, what it is, and how to use it.

Author: C E Stowe
Publisher: Hartford, Conn., Hartford Pub. Co., 1867.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Introductions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Stowe, C.E. (Calvin Ellis), 1802-1886.
Origin and history of the books of the Bible.
Hartford, Conn., Hartford Pub. Co., 1867
(OCoLC)840359336
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: C E Stowe
OCLC Number: 907529
Notes: "Published by subscription only."
Proposed volume on Old Testament never published.
[Four] pages inserted before p. 101.
Description: 583 (i. e. 587) pages including facsimiles frontispiece (portrait) plats. 23 cm
Contents: Chapter I. The common popular objections to the Bible at the present day: what the Bible is not, what it is, and how to use it --
Chapter II. The kind of evidence on which we receive the sacred books of the New Testament --
Chapter III. Evidence on which we receive the present text of the New Testament as substantially correct. Description of the ancient manuscripts of the New Testament, with facsimile illustrations --
Chapter IV. Brief biographies of one hundred of the ancient witnesses to the New Testament books, whose testimony is most important, and much of it cited in this work --
Chapter V. Testimony for the historical books of the New Testament --
Chapter VI. The four Gospels separately examined, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John --
Chapter VII. The Apocryphal Gospels and fragments of the Gospels supposed to be lost --
Chapter VIII. Modern substitutes for the Gospel history: examination of the biographies of Jesus, by Strauss, Weisse, Gfroerer, Bruno Bauer, F.C. Baur, Renan and Schenkel --
Chapter IX. The Acts of the apostles and the Apocryphal Acts --
Chapter X. The fourteen epistles of Paul --
Chapter XI. The Catholic epistles and the Apocryphal epistles --
Chapter XII. The Revelation of St. John and the Apocryphal revelations --
Chapter XIII. The Bible prophets and the classical oracles contrasted --
Chapter XIV. The Apocryphal books of the Old Testament and the reasons for their exclusion from the Canon.
Responsibility: By C.E. Stowe (The New Testament).

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