Book Review: II. New Testament: Christian OriginsChristian Origins. By PfleidererOtto, D. D. New York, B. W. Huebach, 1906. Pp. 296

A. T. Robertson
1906 Baptist Review and Expositor  
Book Reviews. 459 and even radical view of Christianity. This work by Von . Soden is very ably done. The style is clear, and he has a vigorous grasp of his theme. He is best in his discussion of Paul. He rejects the Pastoral Epistles and the Gospel of John and other N. T. books. He conceives that the Revelation of John (early date) incorporates a Jewish Apocalypse. His criticism is keen, direct and frank. There is no mistaking the position that he takes. Certainly this reviewer disagrees with
more » ... er disagrees with him at a great many points, but he has been glad to read this able statement of the views of the radical school of criticism. He hits hard, but he has a right to do that. A. T. ROBERTSON.
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