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. . . Professor von Campenhausen has written a book with which every
serious student of the New Testament and of church history will,
sooner or later, be forced to come to terms. The sooner the
Paul J. Achtemeier
Journal of Ecumenical Studies
. . . a thoroughly readable account of the
historical and theological process that let to the two-part canon .
. . The book is highly recommended.
. . . the reader soon becomes aware of the
thoroughness and depth of learning upon which this author rests
assertions and conclusion . . . this book will doubtless open up new
points of dialogue on continuing questions of New Testament study.
Review and Expositor
. . . those who find themselves struggling with
problems of the use and abuse of the Scriptures in the church should
get their hands on this volume and read it with care. . . thoughtful
and competent studies like this book are to be welcomed.