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This front matter section of the book The Proof from Prophecy contains the table of contents, a short list of abbreviations and preface. This is followed by a note on references and quotations in the text. The book presents the study that lies with the contents of the tradition transmitted to Justin. The author determines the extent of this traditional material, and grasps its theological profile and provenance, as far as possible. By doing this, two complementary aims are achieved: One learns something about the history of exegesis prior to Justin and thus, indirectly, more about Justin himself. The traditio-historical outlook of the study serves to differentiate its method and results from two other monographs which by their titles would seem to cover the same ground. W.A. Shotwell, The Biblical Exegesis of Justin Martyr (London, 1965), is mainly concerned with Justin's exegetical procedure.

Keywords: exegesis; Justin's exegetical procedure; Prophecy; theological profile



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