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Edward F. Hills

Edward Freer Hills (1912–1981) was an American Presbyterian scholar, perhaps the greatest 20th Century Traditional (“Byzantine”) Text, and Received Text defender.[1][2] Dr. Hills integrates his theological perspective alongside New Testament criticism. Reading Dean John William Burgon inspired Dr. Hills to approach textual criticism from a “logic of faith” (1952 is the year that Dr. Hills made a definite commitment to this view).(King James Version Defended, Ch. 8)

Education

  • Graduated summa cum laude at Yale University (1930–1933)[4][5]
  • Th.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary (ca. 1935)
  • Th.M. from Columbia Theological Seminary
  • Th.D. in New Testament textual criticism from Harvard under the supervision of Henry J. Cadbury, Kirsopp Lake as one of the readers[6]

Books by Dr. Hills

  • The King James Version Defended: A Christian View of the New Testament Manuscripts (1956). ISBN 0-915923-00-9.
    • An online version of his book is available here [3]
  • Believing Bible Study. First edition, 1967; Second edition, 1977, Third edition, 1991. ISBN 0-915923-01-7.

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