E. Earle Ellis, as a biblical scholar, served as a professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and Southwestern Seminary. With a teacher’s heart, Elli’s studies examined New Testament theology hermeneutics, Paul, Luke, John, and New Testament eschatology. This collection of his writing provides some of the highlights of his respected career. Included, here, especially, is Ellis’ most well-known Paul and His Recent Interpreters, a model of brevity and scholarship. These four monographs and one commentary on Luke provide an ideal introduction and guide to his research.
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E. Earle Ellis (1926-2010) was Research Professor of Theology Emeritus and Scholar in Residence at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Some of his other major publications include: The World of St. John, The Making of the New Testament Documents, Christ and the Future in New Testament History, and History and Interpretation in New Testament Perspective.