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Zenos, Andrew C.

The Plastic Age of the Gospel; a Manual of New Testament Theology

The Plastic Age of the Gospel; a Manual of New Testament Theology

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New York: Macmillan Co, 1927. First ed. Small quarto in maroon gilt-titled cloth-backed boards; xi, 264 pages 22 cm; bibliographical references (pages 256-259). Very good(+) with minor wear. Tight and clean. Hardcover. ISBN: LCCN: 27-22563

"Andrew Constantinides Zenos (Greek: Ανδρέας Κωνσταντινίδης Ξένος; 1855 – 1942) was a Presbyterian minister, author, translator, professor, and lecturer. He spoke eleven languages including Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. He wrote a large number of books about theology. He spent most of his career at McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago. He was dean of the institution from 1920 to 1934. He is one of three notable Greek-American ministers in the United States during the 19th century. The other two were abolitionists John Celivergos Zachos and Photius Fisk. He frequently lectured across the United States. Andrew Constantinides Zenos was born in Constantinople. He was an orphan at an early age. His father was a silk merchant. He entered Robert College around age thirteen. He graduated four years later and briefly went to Athens. He attended the University of Athens where he studied Greek and oriental literature. He migrated to the United States in 1876. He was accepted at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1877. He was ordained four years later. By 1888 he received his LL. D. by the same institution. In 1891 he traveled to Chicago where he would spend the rest of his life. That same year, he became a professor at the McCormick Theological Seminary. He eventually became dean of the institution from 1920 to 1934. He was affiliated with McCormick Theological Seminary for over fifty-one years. Zenos died at 86 years old and was buried at Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois. He lived at 834 West Chalmers Place in Chicago."Christianity. Bible. New Testament -- Theology. Bible. New Testament. Zenos, Andrew C. 1855-1942. (Andrew Constantinides),

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