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The Gospels-Fact, Myth, or Legend?

£19.99

Product description

A series of essays derived from previous publication in the Catholic Gazette. The introduction by Cardinal Gasquet points out that the book is in two parts, the first being a series of essays on the credibility of the gospels and the second on the life and times in which they are set.

Sands hardback with no DJ. The rear hinge is split over its entire length. Rather faded green cloth boards with black lettering to front and spine. There are book plates from Prinknash Abbey on the reverse of the front cover and the ffep, together with a "Withdrawn" stamp on the ffep. The internal hinge is a shade suspect opposite the title page. There is a Corrigenda slip inserted into the dedication page. Otherwise the book is in good condition with no marks and rest of the binding is good. Occasional small marginal stains and some foxing of the end pages.

Item details

Author(s):
J P. Arendzen
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1929
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
239
Publisher:
Sands
Title:
The Gospels-Fact, Myth, or Legend?

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A series of essays derived from previous publication in the Catholic Gazette. The introduction by Cardinal Gasquet points out that the book is in two parts, the first being a series of essays on the credibility of the gospels and the second on the life and times in which they are set.

Sands hardback with no DJ. The rear hinge is split over its entire length. Rather faded green cloth boards with black lettering to front and spine. There are book plates from Prinknash Abbey on the reverse of the front cover and the ffep, together with a "Withdrawn" stamp on the ffep. The internal hinge is a shade suspect opposite the title page. There is a Corrigenda slip inserted into the dedication page. Otherwise the book is in good condition with no marks and rest of the binding is good. Occasional small marginal stains and some foxing of the end pages.

Author(s):
J P. Arendzen
Condition:
Fair
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1929
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
239
Publisher:
Sands
Title:
The Gospels-Fact, Myth, or Legend?

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