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From Creation to New Creation: Essays on Biblical Theology and Exegesis
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From Creation to New Creation: Essays on Biblical Theology and Exegesis

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Hendrickson 2013

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Overview

In this unique text, sixteen well-known evangelical scholars celebrate the work of G.K. Beale, whose study and understanding of the Scriptures has garnered immense appreciation among scholars and exegetes of all kinds.

Beale is renowned for his studies that explore how the writers of the New Testament used the Old Testament Scriptures in their letters, Gospels, narrative, and apocalypse. His work has greatly contributed to Evangelical biblical scholarship as we know it today.

While this commemorative work celebrates one man’s contribution to Evangelical biblical scholarship, it is also a technical text that students and professors of advanced New Testament studies will value in the classroom.

In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

Key Features

  • Presents the Bible as one cohesive narrative, from Genesis to Revelation
  • Demonstrates how the themes in the Old Testament find fulfillment in the New Testament
  • Constructs biblical theologies around various themes, while maintaining the relationship between the two testaments

Contents

  • Part 1: Old Testament
    • “Eden: A Temple? A Reassessment of the Biblical Evidence” by Daniel I. Block
    • “The Shape of the Torah as Reflected in the Psalter, Book 1” by C. Hassell Bullock
    • “Narrative Repetition in 1 Samuel 24 and 26: Saul’s Descent and David’s Ascent” by John D. Currid and L. K. Larson
    • “Samson and the Harlot at Gaza (Judges 16:1–3)” by Gordon P. Hugenberger
  • Part 2: Use of the Old Testament in the New
    • “The Power and the Glory: The Rendering of Psalm 110:1 in Mark 14:62” by Richard J. Bauckham
    • “Genesis 1–3 and Paul’s Theology of Adam’s Dominion in Romans 5–6” by Roy E. Ciampa
    • “Luke’s Isaianic Jubilee” by Daniel M. Gurtner
    • “Genesis 15:6 in the New Testament” by Douglas J. Moo
    • “The Temple, a Davidic Messiah, and a Case of Mistaken Priestly Identity (Mark 2:26)” by Nicholas Perrin
    • “The 144,000 in Revelation 7 and 14: Old Testament and Intratextual Clues to Their Identity” by Joel R. White
    • “How Do You Read? God’s Faithful Character as the Primary Lens for the New Testament Use of Israel’s Scriptures” by Rikk E. Watts
  • Part 3: Biblical Theology
    • “The Tripartite Division of the Law: A Review of Philip Ross, The Finger of God” by D.A. Carson
    • “From Creation to New Creation: The Biblical Epic of King, Human Vicegerency, and Kingdom” by Christopher A. Beetham
    • “Dare to Be a Daniel: An Exploration of the Apostle Paul as a Danielic Figure” by Benjamin L. Gladd

Contributors

  • Daniel I. Block
  • C. Hassell Bullock
  • John D. Currid
  • L. K. Larson
  • Gordon P. Hugenberger
  • Richard J. Bauckham
  • Roy E. Ciampa
  • Daniel M. Gurtner
  • Douglas J. Moo
  • Nicholas Perrin
  • Joel R. White
  • Rikk E. Watts
  • D. A. Carson
  • Christopher A. Beetham
  • Benjamin L. Gladd
  • David F. Wells

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