New Testament Studies address the quest for the historical, social, cultural, historical, and religious context surrounding Jesus and the early church. By surveying key events, movements, ideas, and individuals of the era, New Testament Studies reveal the living diversity of cultures, perspectives, and practices among the Jesus, the Apostles, and the first Christians through the growth, expansion, life practices, leadership, and worship in the early church.
Resources in this collection also examine the evidence contained in the New Testament and other relevant historical records, offering mature thoughts of some of the finest contemporary evangelical New Testament scholars. These authors, each with their own interpretive approach, help readers assess the contemporary relevance of the ancient texts as they tackle tough questions skeptics often ask and present seasoned and trustworthy insights. Some included volumes specifically examine the life and ministry Jesus, as well as much-debated topics relating to the interpretation of his deity, significance of his resurrection, and the historical impact he made. Additionally, there important works related to recent Pauline literature, providing in-depth focus on his life, letters, missionary work, and theology. These works analyze the cultural milieu, rhetorical strategies, and the deep layers of the Hebraic prophetic tradition informing Paul’s writings. They provide differing opinions on Paul’s doctrine of justification. Numerous works shine light on the “New Perspective on Paul” conversation.
This collection provides readers with the best in scholarship from well-known names in the field of New Testament studies including Craig A Evans, Kenneth E. Bailey, Craig L. Blomberg, Robert H. Stein, Thomas R. Schreiner, Ben Witherington III, N. T. Wright, and Frank Thielman. Bringing together their expertise offers pastors, scholars, students, and laypeople a deeper look at numerous topics within New Testament Studies.
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