William Sanday

William Sanday

William Sanday (born August 1,1843 in Holme Pierrepont, Nottinghamshire; died September 16,1920 in Oxford) was a British theologian and biblical scholar.

He was Dean Ireland's Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture at Oxford between 1883 and 1895, as well as Lady Margaret Professor of Divinity and Canon of Christ Church between 1895 and 1919. He became a Fellow of the British Academy in 1903 (one of the original cohort).

He also worked as one of the editors of the 1880 Variorum Bible.


* "The Authorship and Historical Character of the Fourth Gospel" (1872)
* "The Gospels in the Second Century" (1876)
* "Commentary on Romans" (1895, with Arthur C. Headlam)
* "Outlines of the Life of Christ" (1905)
* "The New Testament Background" (1918)

External links



*cite book | last =Perschbacher | first = Wesley | coauthors = A. T. Robertson | title = Word Pictures on the New Testament, Vol. 1 | publisher = Kregel Publications | date = April, 2003 | url = http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN0825436400&id=rd5C0_Pt_Z8Cie=ISO-8859-1 | id = ISBN 0-8254-3640-0

NAME=Sanday, William
SHORT DESCRIPTION=British theologian and biblical scholar
DATE OF BIRTH=August 1,1843
PLACE OF BIRTH=Holme Pierrepont, Nottinghamshire
DATE OF DEATH=September 16,1920

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