The fact that Vincent Henry Stanton’s series of books on the Gospels as Historical Documents is still being cited in recent works on the Gospels is a good indication of their enduring value to scholars.
My thanks to Book Aid for making copies of this public domain set available for digitisation.
Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents. Part I. The Early Use of the Gospels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1903. Hbk. pp.288.
Vincent Henry Stanton [1846-1924], The Gospels as Historical Documents. Part II. The Synoptic Gospels. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1909. Hbk. pp.376.
In this series of ad hoc articles Sir William Ramsay defends the historicity of the New Testament against the arguments put forward by Dr James Moffatt. Ramsay was not the first to respond to Moffatt’s attacks on historicity, see Daniel in the Critic’s Den, for another example. My thanks to Book Aid for making a copy of this public domain title available for digitisation.
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