RDA for Public Services Staff
Example 7
Renette Davis
March 7, 2013

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005 20111230014949.0
008 100812s2011 nyu b 001 0 eng
010 $a 2010034177
020 $a9780062012616 (hardback)
020 $a0062012614 (hardback)
035 $a(OCoLC)ocn639164332
035 $a(OCoLC)639164332
035 $a264121
042 $apcc
050 00 $aBS2330.3$b.E375 2011
082 00 $a225.1$222
099 $a225.1 EHRMAN
100 1 $aEhrman, Bart D.
245 10 $aForged :$bwriting in the name of God : why the Bible's authors are not who we think they are /$cBart D. Ehrman.
250 $a1st ed.
260 $aNew York :$bHarperOne,$cc2011.
300 $ax, 307 p. ;$c24 cm.
504 $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 $aA world of deceptions and forgeries -- Forgeries in the name of Peter -- Forgeries in the name of Paul -- Alternatives to lies and deceptions -- Forgeries in conflicts with Jews and pagans -- Forgeries in conflicts with false teachers -- False attributions, fabrications, and falsifications: phenomena related to forgery -- Forgeries, lies, deceptions, and the writings of the New Testament.
520 $aIt is often said, even by critical scholars who should know better, that "writing in the name of another" was widely accepted in antiquity. But religion scholar Bart D. Ehrman dares to call it what it was: literary forgery, a practice that was as scandalous then as it is today. Here, Ehrman's original research takes readers back to the ancient world, where forgeries were used as weapons by unknown authors to fend off attacks to their faith and establish their church. So, if many of the books in the Bible were not in fact written by Jesus's inner circle--but by writers living decades later, with differing agendas in rival communities--what does that do to the authority of Scripture?--From publisher description.
630 00 $aBible.$pN.T.$xAuthorship.
630 00 $aBible.$pN.T.$vControversial literature.
630 00 $aBible.$pN.T.$xEvidences, authority, etc.
630 00 $aBible.$pN.T.$xCriticism, interpretation, etc.
049 $aOEMA
999 $b225.1 EHRMAN$c0$g1$h1$i1$j1$k0$x225.1 EHRMAN