John Sturdy's unfinished book was conceived as a reply to John
Robinson's Redating the New Testament, published in 1975. The
once-liberal Bishop of Woolwich took a much too conservative stand
towards the end of his life, Sturdy believed, when it came to
dating the New Testament literature. Sturdy's book is required
reading for New Testament scholars for two related reasons. First
of all, it states a "radical" case in a research environment which
has become increasingly conservative. Secondly - and most
importantly - it shows that this radicalism is not merely his own
aberration but stands in a long tradition of scholarship. The book
is documented with extensive references to secondary literature.
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