Good Biblical Studies That Affirm Tradition?
(04-03-2019, 05:42 AM)LionHippo Wrote: Here is one that I like and found most in agreement with tradition: . The menu tabs are on the left side of the page. I don't think all of the books have been treated yet, but a great number are available:

Most of the Ignatius Press books on Biblical scholars are written by orthodox Catholic Bible scholars. The Ignatius Study Bible series, for example, will present both the traditional and modern views of Scripture. But it almost always sides with Tradition. This is most evident in their introductions to the books of the Bible, where they will compare modern theories of authorship with traditional ones, and usually always come out in favor of traditional authorship. However, they don't dismiss the modern theories completely out of hand; rather, they present both sides, and explain why the traditional scholarship is stronger.
Thanks. I'll look into these.

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RE: Good Biblical Studies That Affirm Tradition? - by Crowe - 04-03-2019, 10:33 PM

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