Art & the Christian Apocrypha Paperback – 6 Sep 2001
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"Those interested in the development of Christian art through the centuries will especially appreciate this volume.."-The Bible Today "Helpful for both art historians and those in religious studies, it is written for graduate or upper-level undergraduate courses."-Religious Studies Review "The joint effort of two specialists in their field has created a book that is not only a pleasure to read but also a pleasure to look at. The publisher has given an excellent design to this volume, up to the point that the perhaps most beautiful of all the pictures in this book is shown on the front cover of the paperback edition: Caravaggio's "Rest During the Flight into Egypt," with Mary and the boy Jesus sound asleep, Joseph holding the music and a juvenile angel playing the violin. Hans-Josef Klauck, University of Chicago."
About the Author
David R. Cartlidge is Professor Emeritus of Religion at Maryville College, Tennessee, USA. Keith Elliot is Professor of New Testament Textual Criticism at the University of Leeds, UK.
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