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Biblical Theology of the New Testament Series | BTNT (5 vols.)

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Overview

The Biblical Theology of the New Testament series consists of individual volumes covering the New Testament. Each volume is devoted to an indepth exploration of a given New Testament writing, or group of writings, within the context of the theology of the New Testament, and ultimately of the entire Bible. While each corpus requires an approach that is suitable for the writing(s) studied, all volumes include:

  • a survey of recent scholarship and of the state of research
  • a treatment of the relevant introductory issues
  • a thematic commentary following the narrative flow of the document(s)
  • a treatment of important individual themes
  • discussions of the relationship between a particular writing and the rest of the New Testament and the Bible

By providing in-depth studies of the diverse, yet complementary perspectives of the New Testament writings, the Biblical Theology of the New Testament series aims to make a significant contribution to the study of the major interrelated themes of Scripture in a holistic, context-sensitive, and spiritually nurturing manner. Each volume is written by a scholar who has written a major commentary or monograph on the corpus covered. The generous page allotment allows for an in-depth investigation. While coming from diverse academic backgrounds and institutional affiliations, the contributors share a commitment to an evangelical faith and a respect for the authority of Scripture. They also have in common a conviction that the canon of Scripture is ultimately unified, not contradictory.

This includes the newest volume A Theology of Paul and His Letters. Both the new volume and this collection are scheduled to ship in October 2021.

  • Includes a thematic commentary following the narrative flow of the document and a treatment of important individual themes
  • Engages in the study of the biblical texts while giving careful consideration to the historical setting
  • Provides an overview of the issues involved in doing biblical theology
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A Theology of Mark’s Gospel: Good News about Jesus the Messiah, the Son of God

  • Author: David E. Garland
  • Series: Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT)
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2015
  • Pages: 656

This book is part of the new Zondervan New Testament Biblical Theology Series and covers major Markan themes and sets forth the distinctive contribution of Mark to the New Testament and the canon of Scripture.

A Theology of Mark’s Gospel is the fourth volume in the BTNT series. This landmark textbook, written by leading New Testament scholar David E. Garland, thoroughly explores the theology of Mark’s Gospel. It both covers major Markan themes and also sets forth the distinctive contribution of Mark to the New Testament and the canon of Scripture, providing readers with an in-depth and holistic grasp of Markan theology in the larger context of the Bible. This substantive, evangelical treatment of Markan theology makes an ideal college- or seminary-level text.

A Theology of Luke and Acts: God’s Promised Program, Realized for All Nations

  • Author: Darrell L. Bock
  • Series: Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT)
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2012
  • Pages: 496

Zondervan’s Biblical Theology of the New Testament Series has for years provided pastors, students, and readers with valuable analyses of New Testament books and their contents. In this latest installment, Darrell L. Bock draws from his years of experience in biblical studies to examine Luke and Acts and write an informative resource that’s invaluable to those seeking holistic biblical understanding. A Theology of Luke and Acts identifies and evaluates the contribution of Luke, both to the New Testament and to the Bible as a whole. Bock aims to demonstrate Luke’s significance and influence in the development of theological discourse. The text discusses Luke’s themes and thematic relevance, the significance of language and vocabulary, and the contextual importance of Luke’s placement in the Bible. Continuing the valuable tradition of the Biblical Theology of the New Testament Series, Bock’s insights regarding Luke and Acts will prove a lasting resource for pastors and aspiring biblical scholars alike.

A Theology of John’s Gospel and Letters: The Word, the Christ, the Son of God

  • Author: Andreas J. Köstenberger
  • Series: Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT)
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2009
  • Pages: 640

In A Theology of John’s Gospel and Letters, building on many years of research and study in Johannine literature, Andreas Köstenberger not only furnishes an exhaustive theology of John’s Gospel and letters, but also provides a detailed study of major themes and relates them to the Synoptic Gospels and other New Testament books. Readers will gain an in-depth and holistic grasp of Johannine theology in the larger context of the Bible.

A Theology of Paul and His Letters: The Gift of the New Realm in Christ

  • Author: Douglas J. Moo
  • Series: Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT)
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2021
  • Pages: 768

A landmark study of the apostle’s writings by one of the world's leading Pauline scholars

This highly anticipated volume gives pastors, scholars, and all serious students of the New Testament exactly what they need for in-depth study and engagement with one of Christian history's most formative thinkers and writers. A Theology of Paul and His Letters is a landmark study of the apostle’s writings by one of the world’s leading Pauline scholars Douglas J. Moo. Fifteen years in the making, this groundbreaking work is organized into three major sections:

  • Part 1 provides an overview of the issues involved in doing biblical theology in general and a Pauline theology in particular. Here Moo also sets out the methodological issues, formative influences, and conceptual categories of Paul’s thought.
  • Part 2 moves on to Paul’s New Testament writings, where Moo describes each Pauline letter with particular relevance to its theology.
  • Part 3 offers a masterful synthesis of Paul’s theology under the overarching theme of the gift of the new realm in Christ.

Engaging, insightful, and wise, this substantive, evangelical treatment of Paul's theology offers extensive engagement with the latest Pauline scholarship without sacrificing its readability. This volume brings insights from over thirty years of experience studying, teaching, and writing about Paul into one comprehensive guide that will serve readers as a go-to resource for decades to come.

A Theology of James, Peter, and Jude: Living in the Light of the Coming King

  • Author: Peter H. Davids
  • Series: Biblical Theology of the New Testament (BTNT)
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Pages: 352

This third release in Zondervan’s Biblical Theology of the New Testament series offers a comprehensive exploration of the theology of James, 1-2 Peter, and Jude, including introductory issues and major themes, but also shows how each book relates to the broad picture of New Testament theology.

In this volume, Peter Davids offers a comprehensive study of the General or Catholic Epistles of James, 1-2 Peter, and Jude, which are often insufficiently covered in more general New Testament introductions, theologies, and surveys. Before discussing a theology of each of the four letters, Davids first deals with their common aspects—their shared background in the Greco-Roman world and a similar Christology, view of the source of sin, and eschatology—thus justifying their being treated together. In the chapters that follow, Davids embarks upon a theological reading of each letter informed by its social-rhetorical understanding—what they meant in the context of their original cultural settings—including: a survey of recent scholarship, a discussion of relevant introductory issues, a thematic commentary, a treatment of important theological themes, and a discussion of the place of the letter in the biblical canon and its contribution to New Testament theology.

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    $131.99

    Collection value: $168.95
    Save $36.96 (21%)

    Ships 10/26/2021