by J.B. Skemp
This classic work exploring the influence and importance of the Greek language, culture, and thought on the New Testament and early Christian church is now available in digital format. It provides a useful antidote to overly enthusiastic supporters of radical Hebraism, arguing for the providential role played by the Greek cultural milieu in which the early church was situated.
J.B. Skemp was Professor of Greek at Durham University from 1950 to 1973. (Read his obituary in the UK Independent here.)
ISBN 978-90-76660-34-9 (epub)