The Origin of the New Testament
by William Wrede
Publisher: Harper & brothers 1909
Number of pages: 168
The present brief and crisp treatise on The Origin of the New Testament was originally delivered by the late Professor Wrede to an educated audience of lay folk in the form of lectures. The reader will not fail to perceive marks of this in the direct personal style of address throughout.
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