Unceasing Kindness: A Biblical Theology of Ruth•
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The Old Testament book of Ruth is understandably a firm favorite in the church for small-group study and preaching: a heart-warming story of loyalty and love, a satisfying tale of a journey from famine to fullness. In the academy, the book has been a testing ground for a variety of hermeneutical approaches, and many different ways of interpreting it have been put forward. However, the single interpretative lens missing is the one that is most beneficial for the church: biblical theology. While commentaries have adopted a biblical-theological approach of one form or another, there has not been a detailed treatment of the themes in Ruth from that perspective until now.
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- Explores the book of Ruth from a biblical-theological approach.
- Discusses selected themes in Ruth.
- Focuses on the meaning of the text as intended by the author for the original readers.
- Chapter 2: Reading Ruth in the Early Restoration Period
- Chapter 3: Ruth and the House of David
- Chapter 4: Ruth as a Wise Woman
- Chapter 5: Ruth and the Psalter
- Chapter 6: Famine in Ruth
- Chapter 7: God’s Hiddenness and Human Agency
- Chapter 8: Redemption in Ruth
- Chapter 9: Ruth and God's Mission
- Title: Unceasing Kindness: A Biblical Theology of Ruth
- Authors: Peter Lau and Gregory Goswell
- Editor: D.A. Carson
- Series: New Studies in Biblical Theology
- Publisher: InterVarsity Press
- Publication Date: 2016
- Pages: 212
- Resource Type: Monographs
- Topic: Biblical Theology
About the Authors
Peter Lau (PhD University of Sydney) is lecturer in Old Testament Studies at Seminari Theoloji Malaysia and an honorary research associate at the University of Sydney. He is the author of Identity and Ethics in the Book of Ruth (BZAW) and co-editor of Reading Ruth in Asia (IVBS).
Gregory Goswell (PhD University of Sydney) is academic dean and lecturer in biblical studies at Christ College, Sydney. He is the author of Ezra-Nehemiah (EP Commentary Series).