Georg Strecker’s comprehensive Theology of the New Testament systematically examines the New Testament in five portions: Pauline, Synoptic, Johannine, deutero-Pauline, and the catholic epistles. Strecker points out the complexity and nuance of theology in the New Testament, arguing that a unified theology of the New Testament is a relatively recent idea that can impede a complete understanding of the texts. Strecker’s redaction-critical approach emphasizes the context of the New Testament texts and how they interact with one another.
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- Redaction-Critical approach emphasizing the context and interplay of New Testament texts
- Systematic examination of New Testament theology in five parts
- Nuanced portrait of New Testament theology
- Redemption and Liberation—The Theology of Paul
- Early Christian Tradition to the Composition of the Gospels
- The way of Jesus Christ—The Synoptic Gospels
- Truth and Love—The Johannine School
- On the Way to the Early Catholic Church—the Deuteropauline Literature
- A Message with a Universal Claim—The Catholic Letters
- Title: Theology of the New Testament
- Author: Georg Strecker
- Editor: Friedrich Wilhelm Horn
- Translator: M. Eugene Boring
- Publisher: De Gruyter
- Publication Date: 2000
- Pages: 758
About Georg Strecker
Georg Strecker was professor of New Testament at the University of Göttingen. He is the author of New Testament Theology.