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The International Theological Library


HEOLOGY has made great and rapid advances

in recent years. New lines of investigation have been opened up, fresh light has been cast upon many subjects of the deepest interest, and the historical method has been applied with important results. This has prepared the way for a Library of Theological Science, and has created the demand for it. It has also made it at once opportune and practicable now to secure the services of specialists in the different departments of Theology, and to associate them in an enterprise which will furnish a record of Theological inquiry up to date.

This Library is designed to cover the whole field of Christian Theology. Each volume is to be complete in itself, while, at the same time, it will form part of a carefully planned whole. One of the Editors is to prepare a volume of Theological Encyclopaedia which will give the history and literature of each department, as well as of Theology as a whole.

The Library is intended to form a series of TextBooks for Students of Theology.

The Authors, therefore, aim at conciseness and compactness of statement. At the same time, they have in view that large and increasing class of students, in other departments of inquiry, who desire to have a systematic and thorough exposition of Theological Science. Technical matters will therefore be thrown into the form of notes, and the text will be made as readable and attractive as possible.

The Library is international and interconfessional. It will be conducted in a catholic spirit, and in the interests of Theology as a science.

Its aim will be to give full and impartial statements both of the results of Theological Science and of the questions which are still at issue in the different departments.

The Authors will be scholars of recognized reputation in the several branches of study assigned to them. They will be associated with each other and with the Editors in the effort to provide a series of volumes which may adequately represent the present condition of investigation, and indicate the way for further progress.



TH Eological ENCYCLoPAEDIA. By CHARLEs A. BRIGGs, D.D., I). Litt., Professor of Theological Encyclopaedia and Symbolics, Union Theological Seminary, New York.

AN INTRo Duction To THE LITERATURE of THE OLD TESTAMENT. By S. R. DRIVER, D.D., D.Litt., Regius Professor of Hebrew and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford. [A'evised and Enlarged Edition.

cAN on And TExt of THE OLD TESTAMENT. By FRANCIS CRAwford BURKITT, M.A., Norrisian Professor of Divinity, University of Cambridge.

old TEs.TAMENT History. By HENRY PRESERVED SMITH, D.D., sometime Professor of Biblical History, Amherst College, Mass. [Now Ready.

contemporary History of THE old TEs.TAMENT. By FRANCIs BRowN, D.D., LL.D., D.Litt., Professor of Hebrew, Union Theological Seminary, New York.

THEology of THE old TEs.TAMENT. By A. B. Davidson, D.D., LL.D., sometime Professor of Hebrew, New College, Edinburgh. [Mow A'eady.

An in TRoduction. To THE Liter RATURE OF THE NEw TESTAMENT. By Rev. JAMEs Moffatt, B.D., Minister United Free Church, Dundonald, Scotland.

cAN on AND TExt of THE NEw TESTAMENT. By Caspar RENé Gregory, D.D., LL.D., Professor of New Testament Exegesis in the University of Leipzig. [AVow Keady.

THE LIFE of cHRisT. By WILLIAM SANDAY, D.D., LL.D., Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church, Oxford.

A History of cHRistianity in THE A Postolic AGE. By ARTHUR C. McGIFFERT, D.D., Professor of Church History, Union Theological Seminary, New York. [Asow A'eady.

contemporary History of THE NEw TEs.TAMENT. By FRANK C. Porter, D.D., Professor of Biblical Theology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn.

THEoLogy of THE NEw TESTAMENT. By George B. Stevens, D.D., sometime Professor of Systematic Theology, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. [Asow A'eady.

B I BLICAL ARCHAEologY. By G. BuchanaN GRAY, D.D., Professor of Hebrew, Mansfield College, Oxford.

THE ANCIENT CATHolic church. By Robert RAINY, D.D., LL.D., sometime Principal of New College, Edinburgh. [AVow Ready.

THE EARLY LATIN church. By Charles Bigg, D.D., Regius Professor of Church History, University of Oxford.

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