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The Evolution of the Gospel. A New Translation of the First Gospel With Commentary and Introductory Essay - J. Enoch Powell
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London, UK: Macmillan & Co. Ltd., 1955. First Edition 3rd Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Size=6."x8.5. (full book description) Macmillan & Co. Ltd., London, UK, 1955. 1st Edition 3rd Printing, VG/Good, Hard Cover, w/Dust Jacket. Size=6."x8.5", 696pgs(Index). Small chips DJ head and foot of spine, DJ & page ends agetoned, free endpapers foxed at hinge area, o.w. clean and tight. No ink names, bookplates etc. Price unclipped. Text bright and in VG+ condition, book covers faded at fore-edges. Introduction, Notes, and Indexes by author. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!, Macmillan & Co. Ltd., 1955, Sotheby's, London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 23 June, 1998. Laminated wrappers, 4to, 27 cm,. 129 pp, numerous colour plates, ills. 77 lots. Among the highlights noted were the following: Bartholomaeus Anglicus, Livre de la Propriété des Choses, Paris, c1400, with 61 miniatures by Jean de Nizières; Servius, commentaries on Virgil, written for Gian-Galeazzo Sforza, Milan, c.1478, illuminated by the Hippolyta Master and Ambrogio da Marliano; Thomas Aquinas, written for King Ferdinand of Aragon, Naples, 1480, illuminated by Matteo Felice; the dedication manuscript of Arienti's tournament book of Giovanni Bentivoglio, in the author's autograph, in its original gilt binding, Bologna, 1471; manuscripts in Latin, French, Greek, Coptic, Hebrew, Spanish, Languedoc and Middle English; four illuminated Psalters, c.1200-c.1460; thirteen Books of Hours, including the Saxby Hours and Psalter, London, c.1440, signed by the illuminator Banaster, a remarkable semi-grisaille Book of Hours, Rouen, c. 1470, illuminated by the Master of the Geneva Latini, and the Hours of Théodore Du Terrail, including two fragments in Beneventan minuscule, a miniature from a giant Bible, north-eastern France, c. 1170, two miniatures from a Greek Gospel Book, Constantinople, c.1400, and single miniatures by or attributable to Neri da Rimini, and Antonio da Bologna, Giorgio d'Alemagna, and signed miniatures by Ludovico de Gacis and Alfonso de Hispana; and documents,including records of the wine trade in the Moselle, 1423-93, and an illuminated Letter of Confraternity, 1483. Wrappers slightly creased, several prices marked, number on title-page, otherwise Good., Sotheby's, London, auction catalogue for the sale held on 23 June, 1998, 1998, USA/London: Yale University Press. Very Good/Good. 1994. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall Octavo 0300054211 Hardback Hardback. First Edition. The Evolution of the Gospel. Wear and tear to edges and corners of D/J. Gilt on title on D/J. worn. Many biblical scholars believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written after those of Mark and Luke. In this controversial book, an eniment politician who is also a distinguished classical scholar refutes this idea, using textual and literary criticism to assert that the Gospel of Matthew preceded the other Greek source. Powel proceeds to concentrate upon the text of Matthew, as being the earliest form of the gospel that we possess, and to demonstrate how its peculiar characteristics can best be accounted for as being the result of insertions and manipulations, oftehn theologically motivated. Powell argues that the Gospel of Matthew represents at attempted compromise between a pro-gentile book and a critical revision of that book produced for the judaising wing of the early Church, and that material intended to appeal to the followers of John the Baptist was also introduced. The Gospel of Matthew, though given the form of consecutive narrative, is, says Powell, essentially a theological debate carried on by means of allegory: was Jesus the Son of God or a Davidic kinf? This provocative and highly stimulating book offers a searching scrutiny of textual and literary questions and their historical implications, and is an original and valuable contribution to the study of the sources and chonology of the synoptic gospels. 224 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions, Reference books ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Yale University Press, 1994

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1994, ISBN: 9780300054217

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London: James Nisbet & Co., 1911.. 1st ed. The result of nine years work by the author. "...constructed from the text of the Authorised Version...The titles of the sections, and the sources in the Gospels from whence they are derived, are clearly printed in the margin...The life, doings, and sayings of our Lord may be read through in one consecutive story, in which the part that any one Evangelist supplies may be fully traced by comparing this with any single Gospel." (Author's preface). Pp.12/155, occasional light spotting, owners name to fep, crack to front inner hinge though still secure. Blue cloth, gilt title to front and spine, sunning to spine and edges of cover, bumps to corners, wear to top of spine. Scarce. G. ., London: James Nisbet & Co., 1911., New Haven / London: Yale University Press. First edition.. Excellent condition, as new. Inscribed / signed by the author. . First edition. New Haven / London, Yale University Press, 1994. 16 x 24cm. (28), 224 pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition, as new. Inscribed / signed by the author. Many biblical scholars believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written after those of Mark and Luke. In this controversial book, an eminent politician who is also a distinguished classical scholar refutes this idea, using textual and literary criticism to assert that the Gospel of Matthew preceded the other gospels. Translating and analysing the original Greek source, Powell proceeds to concentrate upon the text of Matthew, as being the earliest form of the gospel that we possess, and to demonstrate how its peculiar characteristics can best be accounted for as being the result of insertions and manipulations, often theologically motivated. Powell argues that the Gospel of Matthew represents an attempted compromise between a pro-gentile book and a critical revision of that book produced for the judaising wing of the early Church, and that material intended to appeal to the followers of John the Baptist was also introduced. The Gospel of Matthew, though given the form of consecutive narrative, is, says Powell, essentially a theological debate carried on by means of allegory: was Jesus the Son of God or a Davidic King? This provocative and highly stimulating book offers a searching scrutiny of textual and literary questions and their historical implications, and is an original and valuable contribution to the study of the sources and chronology of the synoptic gospels. [From dustjacket notes], Yale University Press

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The Evolution Of The Gospel: A New Translation of the First Gospel with Commentary and Introductory Essay. - signiertes Exemplar

1994, ISBN: 9780300054217

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New Haven / London: Yale University Press. First edition.. Excellent condition, as new. Inscribed / signed by the author. . First edition. New Haven / London, Yale University Press, 1994. 16 x 24cm. (28), 224 pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition, as new. Inscribed / signed by the author. Many biblical scholars believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written after those of Mark and Luke. In this controversial book, an eminent politician who is also a distinguished classical scholar refutes this idea, using textual and literary criticism to assert that the Gospel of Matthew preceded the other gospels. Translating and analysing the original Greek source, Powell proceeds to concentrate upon the text of Matthew, as being the earliest form of the gospel that we possess, and to demonstrate how its peculiar characteristics can best be accounted for as being the result of insertions and manipulations, often theologically motivated. Powell argues that the Gospel of Matthew represents an attempted compromise between a pro-gentile book and a critical revision of that book produced for the judaising wing of the early Church, and that material intended to appeal to the followers of John the Baptist was also introduced. The Gospel of Matthew, though given the form of consecutive narrative, is, says Powell, essentially a theological debate carried on by means of allegory: was Jesus the Son of God or a Davidic King? This provocative and highly stimulating book offers a searching scrutiny of textual and literary questions and their historical implications, and is an original and valuable contribution to the study of the sources and chronology of the synoptic gospels. [From dustjacket notes], Yale University Press

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The Evolution Of The Gospel: A New Translation of the First Gospel with Commentary and Introductory Essay. - signiertes Exemplar

1994, ISBN: 0300054211

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[EAN: 9780300054217], [SC: 14.95], [PU: New Haven / London, Yale University Press.], BIBLE; CHRISTIANITY; CLASSICS; GOSPEL; JUDAISM; RELIGION; SIGNED; THEOLOGY, First edition. 16 x 24cm. (28), 224 pages. Original hardcover with dustjacket in protective Mylar. Excellent condition, as new. Inscribed / signed by the author. Many biblical scholars believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written after those of Mark and Luke. In this controversial book, an eminent politician who is also a distinguished classical scholar refutes this idea, using textual and literary criticism to assert that the Gospel of Matthew preceded the other gospels. Translating and analysing the original Greek source, Powell proceeds to concentrate upon the text of Matthew, as being the earliest form of the gospel that we possess, and to demonstrate how its peculiar characteristics can best be accounted for as being the result of insertions and manipulations, often theologically motivated. Powell argues that the Gospel of Matthew represents an attempted compromise between a pro-gentile book and a critical revision of that book produced for the judaising wing of the early Church, and that material intended to appeal to the followers of John the Baptist was also introduced. The Gospel of Matthew, though given the form of consecutive narrative, is, says Powell, essentially a theological debate carried on by means of allegory: was Jesus the Son of God or a Davidic King? This provocative and highly stimulating book offers a searching scrutiny of textual and literary questions and their historical implications, and is an original and valuable contribution to the study of the sources and chronology of the synoptic gospels. [From dustjacket notes]

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The Evolution of the Gospel: A New Translation of the First Gospel with Commentary and Introductory Essay

Many biblical scholars believe that the Gospel of Matthew was written after those of Mark and Luke. In this controversial book, an eminent politician who is also a distinguished classical scholar refutes this idea, using textual and literary criticism to assert that the Gospel of Matthew preceded the other gospels. Translating and analysing the original Greek source, Powell proceeds to concentrate upon the text of Matthew, as being the earliest form of the gospel that we possess, and to demonstrate how its peculiar characteristics can best be accounted for as being the result of insertions and manipulations, often theologically motivated. Powell argues that the Gospel of Matthew represents an attempted compromise between a pro-gentile book and a critical revision of that book produced for the judaising wing of the early Church, and that material intended to appeal to the followers of John the Baptist was also introduced. The Gospel of Matthew, though given the form of consecutive narrative, is, says Powell, essentially a theological debate carried on by means of allegory: was Jesus the Son of God or a Davidic king?

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780300054217
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0300054211
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Erscheinungsjahr: 1994
Herausgeber: YALE UNIV PR
256 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,590 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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