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by Amos N. Wilder

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  • ISBN 0674220021
  • ISBN13 978-0674220027
  • Language English
  • Author Amos N. Wilder
  • Publisher Harvard University Press (January 1, 1971)
  • Pages 167
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  • Category Bibles
  • Subcategory Bible Study and Reference
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Mr. Wilder study of early Christian rhetoric, first published in this country and in England in 1964, was hailed as the basic work on the literary art of the New Testament, important for its analysis of oral forms and for its insight into the novelty of New Testament speech.

The Tale Review commented, "Wilder brings to this study of New Testament language not only the ability of a recognized scholar in that field, but also a long-standing and well-informed interest in the broader literary picture. Working both these interests simultaneously, he argues that form and content in the language of the New Testament are integrally related... Here is nontechnical writing on the New Testament at its best, a book which should be of general interest to a large circle of readers, and it is a pleasure to note that for words the author's hand is as keen as his eye."

In his introduction to this reissue Mr. Wilder explains more particularly the aim and method of the work, discusses the significance of his approach in current biblical interpretation, and considers some recent developments in the specifically "literary" and rhetorical aspects of New Testament study.


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Early Christian Rhetoric:. has been added to your Cart. 'A man of letters in the best sense of the term, Amos Wilder was an important scholar of the New Testament, a foundational figure in the study of the Bible through the techniques of literary criticism, a poet, and a sensitive critic of Modernist literature. All of his books are valuable for anyone interested in the intellectual history of the twentieth century, and in their own right for their thoughtful analysis of significant religious and literary issues. -Christopher J. Wheatley, The Catholic University of America -Wipf and Stock Publishers.

Amos Wilder's Early Christian Rhetoric arguably started the wave of interest in narrative and literary aspects of the New Testament that .

Amos Wilder's Early Christian Rhetoric arguably started the wave of interest in narrative and literary aspects of the New Testament that has swept over biblical studies in recent years. by Amos N. Wilder (Author).

Early Christian Rhetoric book. Amos Wilder's "Early Christian Rhetoric" arguably started the wave of interest in narrative and literary aspects of the New Testament that has swept over biblical studies in recent years. At the time, Wilder's views were a bold departure from the prevailing Thirty-five years ago an ever-so-slim volume appeared whose impact would be not only far-reaching but long-lasting.

Amos Wilder's Early Christian Rhetoric arguably started the wave of interest in narrative and literary aspects of the . At the time, Wilder's views were a bold departure from the prevailing historical- Thirty-five years ago an ever-so-slim volume appeared whose impact would be not only far-reaching but long-lasting.

Amos N. Wilder (1895-1993), New Testament scholar, poet, literary critic, and clergyman, received all earned . Wilder (1895-1993), New Testament scholar, poet, literary critic, and clergyman, received all earned degrees from Yale. His teaching career included posts at Andover Newton Theological School, Chicago Theological Seminary and the University of Chicago, and Harvard Divinity School. Special honors included the Golden Rose of the New England Poetry Club (1943) and the Bross Prize (1952). Wilder also received the Croix de guerre for service in World War I. He was the brother of playwright and novelist Thornton Wilder.

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