qThis is the first full length scholarly treatment of the life and work of J. B. Lightfoot. Using large quantities of unpublished sources Geoffrey R. Treloar presents a picture of Lightfoot in relation to the social and cultural conditions of his day and explains the breakthrough the achieved for the higher criticism of the New Testament in the English Church.q--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights ReservedWhile there was nothing like the stir that occurred elsewhere, Essays and Reviews did not go unnoticed at Cambridge.5 ... a volume of essays to aquot;make good a position equally removed from sceptical dogmatism and unbeliefa#39;.9 However, the reaction, particularly the ... In line with its general purpose, Temple attempted to integrate modern understandings of history into the Christian synthesis. ... 5 For example, Charles Kingsley to A. P. Stanley, 19 February 1861, in Charles Kingsley.
|Title||:||Lightfoot the Historian|
|Author||:||Geoffrey R. Treloar|
|Publisher||:||Mohr Siebeck - 1998|