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This revised and expanded edition of The Making of the New Testament is a fascinatingly detailed introduction to the origin, collection, copying and canonizing of the New Testament documents. Here Arthur Patzia explains how biblical scholars have studied the trail of clues and pieced together the story of these books.
Theology is flourishing in dynamic and unexpected ways in the twenty-first century. Both young and senior scholars today are engaged in hopeful and creative work in the areas of systematic, historical, philosophical, biblical, and practical theology. Singling out the best new monographs, New Explorations in Theology provides a platform for cutting-edge research in these fields.
Written by scholars with extensive experience teaching in colleges and universities, the Exploring the Bible series has for decades equipped students to study Scripture for themselves. Filled with classroom-friendly features, this second volume, now it its third edition, provides an accessible introduction for anyone studying the Letters and Revelation.
The Academy of Parish Clergy Inc. has honored First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament with the Reference Book of the Year Award.
Addressing key issues in biblical theology, the works comprised by New Studies in Biblical Theology are creative attempts to help Christians better understand their Bibles. Edited by D. A. Carson, they aim to simultaneously instruct and to edify, to interact with current scholarship and to point the way ahead.
The debate between the old and new perspectives on Paul has reached a stalemate. But what if Paul's own theological perspective developed over time? Starting with the teaser that "both 'camps' are right, but not all the time," Garwood Anderson unfolds a new proposal for overcoming the deadlock, infusing new energy into the quest for understanding Paul's mind and letters.
Have you ever been overwhelmed by the writings of the New Testament? This 12-session study helps us see Scripture in its own historical and cultural context before guiding us to apply it to our own lives—a comprehensive overview to enrich our knowledge and deepen our faith.
Number of Studies: 12
Donald Guthrie's New Testament Introduction has established itself as a benchmark evangelical work since its first publication in 1971 and its revised edition decades later. This widely acclaimed reference resource, now in paperback, offers background information for each book of the New Testament and addresses critical issues such as authorship, date of composition, literary structure and cultural setting.
Israel's story is the church's story. In this integrative introduction to the New Testament, G. K. Beale and Benjamin L. Gladd explore each New Testament book in light of the broad history of redemption, emphasizing the biblical-theological themes of each New Testament book. Their distinctive approach encourages readers to read the New Testament in light of the Old, not as a new story but as a story retold.
A renewed interest in textual criticism has created an unfortunate proliferation of myths, mistakes, and misinformation about this technical area of biblical studies. Elijah Hixson and Peter Gurry, along with a team of New Testament textual critics, offer up-to-date, accurate information on the history and current state of the New Testament text that will serve apologists and offer a self-corrective to evangelical excesses.