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Sir William M. Ramsay was the famous Scottish scholar renowned for his work on the New Testament and Asia Minor.He travelled extensively through the lands of the Bible and was regarded as the foremost New Testament scholar of his day.For his work and travels he received 9 honorary doctorates, was knighted, as well as the Victorian Medal of the Royal Geographic Society in 1906.
1) ST. PAUL THE TRAVELER AND ROMAN CITIZEN (1895)
The 17 chapters include:
- The origin of St. Paul
- the church in Antioch
- Missionary journeys of Barnabas and Saul
- Foundation of the Churches in Galatia
- The apostolic Council
- Coming of Luke and call to Macedonia
- The churches of Macedonia
- Athens and Corinth
- The Church in Asia
- The Voyage to Jerusalem
- Voyage to Rome
- St Paul in Rome
- Chronology of early Church History (30-40AD)…and more!
2) WAS CHRIST BORN AT BETHLEHEM? (1898)
•12 chapters answering historical-critical questions surrounding Luke's account of the birth narrative.Includes chapters such as:
oLuke's history - what it professes to be
oThe design and unity of Luke's history
oKing Herod's Enrollment
oChronology of the life of Christ
oQuirinius the Governor of Syria
Includes detailed illustrations of early inscriptions pertaining to the topic!
3) LETTERS TO THE SEVEN CHURCHES OF ASIA (1904)
•31 chapters include a comprehensive look at each of the Seven Churches (Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, Laodicea) as well as:
oWriting, Travel among early Christians
oChristian Letters and their transmission
oSymbolism of the seven letters
oEducation of St John in Patmos
oPersecution in the province of Asia
oThe Jews of the Asian Cities
oPagan converts in the early church…and much more!
•Includes dozens of illustrations as well as the original 16 ‘plate’ photographs.
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