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|Named Person:||F F Bruce|
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|Description:||xii, 283 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Background and early life (1910-21) --
Student at Elgin Academy (1921-28) --
setting out on an academic career: Aberdeen, Cambridge, Vienna and Edinburgh (1928-38) --
From classicist to biblical scholar: Leeds (1938-47) --
Pioneering in biblical studies: Sheffield (1947-59) --
Developing his written ministry (1947-59) --
Rylands professor: Manchester (1959-78) --
Books and the book (1959-78) --
Productive retirement (1978-90) --
Legacy and evaluation.
Over his lifetime F. F. Bruce authored some fifty books and nearly two thousand articles and reviews. His career offers valuable insights into key issues that affected evangelicals from the 1950s onwards, including the relationship between academic theology and church life and the perception of evangelical scholarship within the academy at large. --from publisher description
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