T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Theology and Theological Interpretation (4 vols.)
Bloomsbury, T&T Clark 2011–2013
Taken out of context, the Bible is constantly misrepresented. Biblical theology searches for the Bible’s over-arching message and interprets individual sections of Scripture through that lens. T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Theology and Theological Interpretation provides stepping stones for those new to studies of biblical theology, and insightful commentaries for people familiar with theological interpretation. These texts give readers the intellectual tools to take on more advanced theological concepts and interpret Scripture for themselves. For those questioning the merits of studying ancient Scripture in our modern world, New Testament Theology and Its Quest for Relevance offers a much-needed answer. Together, these four books make one of the most accessible theological studies available.
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- Four accessible introductory texts on theological studies
- Detailed references to Scripture and other theological texts
- A variety of distinguished contributors
- Theological Commentary: Evangelical Perspectives by R. Michael Allen
- Trinity, Revelation, and Reading: A Theological Introduction to the Bible and Its Interpretation by Scott R. Swain
- Introducing Biblical Theology by Sigurd Grindheim
- New Testament Theology and Its Quest for Relevance by Thomas Hatina
- Title: T&T Clark Studies in Biblical Theology and Theological Interpretation
- Publisher: T&T Clark
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 968