Warren A. Gage Biblical Theology Collection (9 vols.)
Warren A. Gage,St. Andrews House 2001–2011
Professor and pastor Warren A. Gage is passionate about teaching and training students to preach and teach biblical theology. This nine-volume collection expresses that passion, examining such theological topics as the relationship between eschatology and protology, providing insight on resurrection theology, and presenting new methods for biblical interpretation and inductive Bible study. It analyzes Genesis 37–50’s Joseph and Judah narrative and explores the intertextuality between the Gospel of John and Revelation.
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- Proposes a new approach to biblical theology based upon rhetorical and literary analysis
- Teaches the student to interpret the Scriptures with an awareness of form and a sense of symbol
- Explores the Hebrew Bible to see why Jesus taught that the “third day” was to be the eschatological day of Christ’s triumph over death
- Demonstrates that the Old Testament clearly and pervasively taught the resurrection of Christ
- Develops a theology of Biblical typology. For example, why is Jesus’ Hebrew name “Joshua”? Is this a clue to the dramatic narrative of John’s Revelation? In both accounts we have a whore and her scarlet, two witnesses, seven trumpets of war and a great city that falls. Is Revelation a retelling of Joshua’s battle at Jericho? Is Jesus a new Joshua? What city is the “great city”? Who then is the Whore of Babylon?
- Teaches an enhanced inductive Bible study method using the Joseph narrative of Genesis 37-50
- Shows how to read the Hebrew Bible to see Jesus
- Theological Poetics: Typology, Symbol, and the Christ by Warren A. Gage
- Essays in Biblical Theology by Warren A. Gage
- The Heavenly Banquet by Warren A. Gage
- Milestones to Emmaus: The Third Day Resurrection in Scripture by Warren A. Gage
- Return from Emmaus: The Resurrection Theme in Scripture by Warren A. Gage
- The Gospel of Genesis: Studies in Protology and Eschatology by Warren A. Gage
- John’s Gospel: A Neglected Key to Revelation? by Warren A. Gage
- The Story of Joseph and Judah by Warren A. Gage and Christopher Barber
- The Story of Joseph and Judah: A Teacher’s Narrative and Structural Commentary on Genesis 37–50 by Warren A. Gage and Steven P. Carpenter
- Title: Warren A. Gage Biblical Theology Collection
- Volumes: 9
- Pages: 1,252
About Warren A. Gage
Warren A. Gage received his BA from Southern Methodist University, ThM from Dallas Theological Seminary, JD from Southern Methodist University School of Law, and MA and PhD from the University of Dallas. He is dean of faculty and a professor of Old Testament at Knox Theological Seminary, an assistant minister at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, and a member of the Evangelical Theological Society.