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A Brief New Testament Survey
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A Brief New Testament Survey


Gary Staats 2013

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Gathering Interest


In this new volume from Dr. Gary Staats, we get a careful survey of the entire New Testament, undertaken with an eye for the texts that describe the person and work of Jesus Christ. Staats develops a flow of thought for every book, including a look at the four Gospels as describing Jesus as servant, king, Son of Man, and Son of God. Throughout his survey, Staats pays special attention to how each book reveals the righteousness of God as revealed in Christ.

The Logos edition of Staats’ survey connects the text with the Word and a wealth of other resources. Important theological concepts link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and the works of other theologians. Staats’ ample Scripture references appear on mouseover, and link to your favorite translation and original-language texts, enabling you to survey along with Dr. Staats.

Key Features

  • Pays specific attention to popular texts dealing with the person and work of Christ
  • Outlines the thematic flow of thought for each New Testament book
  • Surveys the entire New Testament as a pastor and professor


  • History
  • Paul’s Letter
  • General Letters
  • Apocalypse
  • Bibliography

Product Details

  • Title: A Brief New Testament Survey
  • Author: Gary Staats
  • Editor: Martin Johnson
  • Publisher: Gary Staats
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 168

About the Author

Gary Staats is the Gale and Harriette Ritz Professor of Old Testament at Winebrenner Theological Seminary in Findlay, Ohio. He received his BA in Bible at Southeastern Bible College in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963, his ThM in New Testament Greek from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1967, his ThD in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1971, his MA in Hebrew and ancient Near Eastern languages at Dropsie College of Hebrew and Cognate Learning in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1983, and his PhD in Hebrew and Near Eastern languages at New York University in 1989. Dr. Staats has been a professor and pastor for many years, serving at various schools and in numerous pastorates.

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