Baylor New Testament Studies Collection (7 vols.)
by 7 authors Kelber, Werner H., Byrskog, Samuel, Thatcher, Tom, Bovon, François, Longenecker, Bruce W., Black, C. Clifton, Watson, Duane F.
Baylor University Press 2005–2009
How has Luke-Acts scholarship evolved in the past 50 years? Was Morton Smith’s Secret Mark a hoax? What is the form and function of a chain-link transition? The Baylor New Testament Studies Collection answers these questions and more! This collection brings fresh, scholarly insight on various New Testament topics, including Christian origins, oral tradition, ancient media culture, rhetorical tradition, and Johannine studies, and analyzes the thought of various scholars who have shaped New Testament studies.
The Logos edition of the Baylor New Testament Studies Collection is fully searchable and easily accessible. Scripture passages link directly to your preferred translation, and important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library.
- Analyzes various scholars’ New Testament thought
- Provides insight on numerous New Testament studies topics
- Examines several New Testament texts and interpretive methods
- The Gospel Hoax: Morton Smith’s Invention of Secret Mark by Stephen C. Carlson
- Jesus in Memory: Traditions in Oral and Scribal Perspectives edited by Werner H. Kelber and Samuel Byrskog
- Jesus, the Voice, and the Text: Beyond the Oral and the Written Gospels edited by Tom Thatcher
- Luke the Theologian, 2nd revised ed. by François Bovon
- Rhetoric at the Boundaries: The Art and Theology of New Testament Chain-Link Transitions by Bruce W. Longenecker
- What We Have Heard from the Beginning: The Past, Present and Future of Johannine Studies edited by Tom Thatcher
- Words Well Spoken: George Kennedy’s Rhetoric of the New Testament edited by C. Clifton Black and Duane F. Watson
- Title: Baylor New Testament Studies Collection
- Publisher: Baylor University Press
- Volumes: 7
- Pages: 2,255