A Critique of Certain Uncritical Assumptions in Modern Historiography
Montgomery interacts with the view that biblical documents for the most part are not firsthand eyewitness accounts of the events they describe, but merely the product of faith reactions of editors and redactors of literature. He contends that miracles can be taken with historical seriousness by the historian, and that the historical-critical method of dismembering biblical texts is not a reflection of good historical scholarship.
Source: Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, 1997. 9 pages.
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