A General Introduction to the Old Testament: The Canon
William Henry Green
William Henry Green (1825-1900) held the chair of Biblical and Oriental Literature at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1851 until his death. As one of America’s foremost linguists and an outstanding Old Testament scholar, he opposed the conclusions of the higher-critical movement and ‘did more than any one man of his time to rally and steady . . . the Church under the shock of a sudden and mighty assault on the trustworthiness of the Scriptures’ (John D. Davis).