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Anatomy of the New Testament, 8th ed.

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Now in its 8th edition, Anatomy of the New Testament is one of the most trust-worthy and enduring introductory textbooks of its kind. Its authors bring literary and historical approaches to the New Testament together, offering a comprehensive and accessible approach that appeals to students at all levels. Visually appealing and well-designed this compact edition has been designed for today’s student, and is illustrated with engaging images, refreshed maps, and updated bibliographies that make the textbook enjoyable to read and easy to teach.

The stand-out pedagogical features have been updated as well, updated for new advances in biblical scholarship and the needs of today’s student: Have You Learned it? Offering questions for analysis and reflection; What Do They Mean? Presenting definitions for key terms to enhance student comprehension and critical thinking.

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  • Focuses on the interpretation of crucial passages in each book
  • Covers the essential message, historical setting, and intriguing mysteries of the New Testament
  • Examines the interpretation of Jesus in contemporary media, as well as social issues that are prominent today
  • Prologue: The Nature of the New Testament
  • The World of the New Testament
  • Introduction to the Gospels
  • Mark: The Gospel of Suffering
  • Matthew: The Gospel of Obedience
  • Luke: The Gospel of Witnessing
  • John: The Gospel of Jesus’ Glory
  • Acts: Mission and Witness
  • Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles
  • Romans: The Righteousness of God
  • Deutero-Pauline Letters: The Emerging Church
  • The Catholic Epistles: Faith and Order
  • Other Apostolic Writings: Vision and Discipline
  • Epilogue: Jesus the Messiah

Top Highlights

“Possibly each of these women, at least Rahab and Ruth, would be perceived as foreigners” (Page 81)

In the Logos edition, Logos Bible Software gives you the tools you need to use this digital volume effectively and efficiently. With your digital library, you can search for verses, find Scripture references and citations instantly, and perform word studies. Additionally, important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, commentaries, theology texts, and other resources in your 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.

C. Clifton Black, the author of the Introduction, Commentary, and Reflections on the First, Second, and Third Letters of John, is Otto A. Piper Professor of Biblical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. His other works include The Disciples According to Mark: Markan Redaction in Current Debate and Mark: Images of an Apostolic Interpreter. He is also the co-editor of Exploring the Gospel of John in Honor of D. Moody Smith and a founding editor of the New Testament Library.

D. Moody Smith is George Washington Ivey Professor Emeritus of New Testament at The Divinity School, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

Robert A. Spivey is Professor Emeritus, Florida State University.


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