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This front matter section of the book The use of the old and new testaments in clement of Rome contains table of contents, preface and abbreviations. The use of the Old Testament in the New Testament is a subject that has been studied rather thoroughly in recent times. The book deals with the subject of quotation in the Apostolic Fathers and specially in Clement of Rome. The abundance of quotations and allusions in Clement together with its early date, make this epistle particularly significant for the study of text, canon, and interpretation-not only so far as the use of the Old Testament is concerned, but also concerning the early use of the New Testament writings.

Keywords: Clement of Rome; New Testament writing; Old Testament writing



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