/New Testament Studies Dodd Manchester 1953
New Testament Studies by C.H. Dodd
New Testament Studies by C.H. Dodd. Professor Dodd's book comprises eight essays on the teaching of the New Testament. Charles Harold Dodd (1884-1973) was a Welsh New Testament scholar and influential Protestant theologian. He studied classics at University College, Oxford from 1902. After graduating in 1906 he spent a year in Berlin, where he was influenced by Adolf Harnack. He was a Congregationalist minister for three years in Warwick, after being ordained in 1912, before going into academia. From 1915 he was Yates Lecturer in New Testament at Oxford. He became Rylands Professor at the University of Manchester in 1930. He was Professor of Divinity at the University of Cambridge from 1935, becoming emeritus in 1949. He directed the work of the New English Bible translators, from 1950.
- Publisher, Manchester University Press; 1953
- Green Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 182 pp
- Size 217 x 142 mm, 500g
Condition: Good - No Dust Jacket, Some Library Stamps, Very Good Ex-library Copy