Scribes and Scripture, by John D. Meade & Peter J. Gurry
- Author: John D. Meade
- Author: Peter J. Gurry
Find answers to common questions about the writing, copying, canonizing, and translating of the Bible.
There are many common questions and misconceptions around the formation and history of the Bible such as:
- Why is the Bible composed of the current 66 books instead of others?
- Why are there so many translations?
- How are we to understand both the human and divine elements of the Bible?
In Scholars and Scripture, scholars John D. Meade and Peter J. Gurry explore these questions and offer tools to interpret the evidence about God's word.
Starting with the history of the Bible, from the invention of the alphabet to the most recent English translations, the book hones in on three core areas: the writing and copying of the Bible, the canonization of the Bible, and the translation of the Bible. Using Old and New Testament scholarship, Meade and Gurry help God's people better appreciate the story of the Bible as a way to better appreciate the stories in the Bible.
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