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Combining three incredibly important books for the teaching of the Church, The Goldsworthy Trilogy offers a complete and comprehensive guide to understanding the gospel throughout the whole of Scripture. Hugely popular, this collection is being released in this special format and will be an essential guide to be used again and again for those who seek to understand the Bible in the light of who Jesus is. Straightforward in his approach, Goldsworthy looks at how the Bible can only be understood through the eyes of the gospel. This being the base of his interpretation, he studies the Old Testament and its application for today, Israel’s wisdom literature and its role in the Christian life and the purpose and contemporary relevance of the book of Revelation. This trilogy follows the Bible chronologically to give the reader a complete overview of evangelical biblical interpretation forming an essential onestop reference that will last a lifetime.

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  • Explores the structure of Old Testament theology and the unity of the Bible
  • Reflects on the broad plan and purpose of Revelation in relation to the overall pattern of biblical revelation
  • Applies the method of biblical theology in order to place the wisdom literature in its Christian context

Gospel and Kingdom

  • Why Read the Old Testament?
  • Bridging the Gap
  • What is the Old Testament?
  • Biblical Theology and the History of Redemption
  • The Covenant and the Kingdom of God
  • The Kingdom Revealed in Eden
  • The Kingdom Revealed in Israel’s History
  • The Kingdom Revealed in Prophecy
  • The Kingdom Revealed in Jesus Christ
  • Principles of Interpretation
  • It’s That Giant Again!

Gospel and Wisdom

  • The House on the Rock
  • Christ Our Wisdom
  • The Wisdom of the World
  • The Refining of Wisdom
  • Solomon in All His Glory
  • Proverbs and the Perception of Order
  • Job and the Hiddenness of Order
  • Ecclesiastes and the Confusion of Order
  • Wisdom in all Manner of Places
  • Wisdom in Old Testament Theology
  • Christ and the Perfection of Order
  • Christians and the Transformation to Order

The Gospel in Revelation: Gospel And Apocalypse

  • I Saw a Lamb Standing as Though it had Been Slain: The Gospel as the Key to Revelation
  • The Tribulation and the Kingdom: The Gospel and our Present Sufferings
  • They Have Washed Their Robes in the Blood of the Lamb: Justification by Faith in Revelation
  • The Great Day of God Almighty: Biblical Perspectives on the End of the World
  • To Him who Overcomes: The Letters to the Seven Churches
  • I Saw a Beast Coming Out of the Sea: The Apocalyptic and Prophetic Passages
  • Worthy is the Lamb who was Slain: The Hymnic Passages
  • And there was War in Heaven: Conflict and Armageddon
  • I Saw a New Heaven and a New Earth: The Final Separation
  • Come, Lord Jesus! Living in Hope for the Future

Top Highlights

“To understand the whole living process of redemptive history in the Old Testament we must recognize two basic truths. The first is that this salvation history is a process. The second is that this process of redemptive history finds its goal, its focus and fulfilment in the person and work of Christ. This is the principle underlying this book.” (Page 20)

“A person may become a Christian without much knowledge of the Old Testament. Conversion does, however, require a basic understanding of Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. The Christian cannot be committed to Christ without being committed to his teaching.” (Page 19)

“Basically, the Old Testament is not the history of man’s developing thoughts about God, but the whole Bible presents itself as the unfolding process of God’s dealings with man and of his own self-disclosure to man.” (Page 18)

“Man’s sin is his attempt to renounce his creaturehood and to assert his independence of God, the Creator.” (Page 52)

“The same point may be made about the lives of all the biblical characters who have some distinct office bestowed on them by God. If their achievement is that of any godly man the lesson is clear, but if it is the achievement of a prophet, a judge or the messianic king, then to that extent it no more applies to the people of God in general than does the unique work of Jesus as the Christ.” (Page 28)

  • Title: The Goldsworthy Trilogy
  • Author: Graeme Goldsworthy
  • Publisher: Paternoster
  • Print Publication Date: 2000
  • Logos Release Date: 2020
  • Language: English
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subjects: Bible. N.T. › Relation to the Old Testament; Bible. O.T. › Criticism, interpretation, etc; Bible. N.T. Revelation › Criticism, interpretation, etc
  • ISBNs: 9781842270363, 1842270362
  • Resource ID: LLS:GLDSWRTHYTRGY
  • Resource Type: text.monograph.biblical-theology
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2023-09-18T23:35:19Z

Graeme Goldsworthy is an Australian Anglican and Old Testament scholar. He was formerly lecturer in Old Testament, biblical theology and hermeneutics at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia and continues to teach there part time. Goldsworthy is the author of According to Plan, Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture, Gospel Kingdom,The Gospel in Revelation and The Gospel and Wisdom. He has an MA from Cambridge University and a ThM and PhD from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia.

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