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Bruce Metzger

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Bruce M. Metzger, Ph.D., served as a Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, New Jersey, from 1944 to 1984.

Theological Implications of Inclusive Language in Biblical Translation

Since the time of the Tower of Babel problems of translation and communication have plagued individuals and nations alike.

If I were a Church School Teacher Again

Observation reveals that religious instruction is still very much a matter of conveying religious facts, and that this concern with religious knowledge is a Protestant characteristic. If I were a church school teacher again, I would seek constantly to emphasize the importance of Christian duties.

The Formation of the New Testament Canon

The term "canon" used with reference to the Bible means the collection of books which are received as divinely inspired and therefore authoritative for...