Letter & Spirit is a journal of Catholic biblical theology that seeks to foster a deeper conversation on Sacred Scripture. It aims to address the many questions surrounding the Bible and Tradition, including:
- Where does it come from?
- How should you read it?
- What claim should it make in your life, on the teaching and practice of the Church, or on the world you live in?
We believe that what God has joined in giving us the Bible—the Word incarnate and the Word inspired; divine speech and human language; God’s call and His people’s response in the Church’s Liturgy and Tradition—cannot be separated. From the words of creation (“Let there be. . .”) to the words that consecrated His New Covenant (“This is My Body. . .”), God’s Word in Scripture is always living and active.
Volume 8 is the 2012–2013 issue, focusing on Old and New Testament biblical theology. Expand your understanding of Scripture in the Catholic perspective with the latest Letter & Spirit today.
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- Studies the New Testament with the Old Testament in mind
- Provides biblical approaches to Mariology, the priesthood, and the resurrection
- Discusses important aspects of Jewish ritual in Catholic biblical theology
- “From Old to New: ‘Covenant’ or ‘Testament’ in Hebrews 9?” by Scott W. Hahn
- “Jesus, the Messianic Wedding Banquet, and the Restoration of Israel” by Brant Pitre
- “Matthew as Exegete: The Unity and Function of the Formula Citations in Matthew 1:1–4:16” by Jeremy Holmes
- “The Tradition of Christian Allegory Yesterday and Today” by Leroy A. Huizenga
- “The New Temple, the New Priesthood and the New Cult in Luke-Acts” by Michael Patrick Barber
- “New Approaches to Marian Typology in Luke 1: Mary as Daughter Zion and Queen Mother” by Edward Sri
- “Qumran and the Concept of Pan-Israelite Restoration” by John S. Bergsma
- “Divine Pedagogy and Covenant Memorial: The Catechetical Narratio and the New Evangelization” by Sean Innerst
- “Historical Criticism as Secular Allegorism: The Case of Spinoza” by Jeffrey L. Morrow
- “Purchasing the Rewards of Eternal Life: The Logic of Resurrection and Ransom in Matthew’s Gospel” by Nathan Eubank
- Title: Letter & Spirit, Volume 8: Promise and Fulfillment: The Relationship between the Old and New Testaments
- Series Editor: Scott W. Hahn
- Series: Letter & Spirit
- Publisher: St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
- Publication Date: 2013
About Scott Hahn
Scott W. Hahn has delivered numerous national and international talks on a wide variety of topics related to Scripture and the Catholic faith. His lectures have been effective in helping thousands of Protestants and fallen-away Catholics embrace the Catholic faith. Currently a professor of theology and Scripture at Franciscan University of Steubenville, he is the founder and director of the Saint Paul Center for Biblical Theology. In 2005, he was appointed Pope Benedict XVI Chair of Biblical Theology and Liturgical Proclamation at St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
Hahn is the bestselling author of numerous books, including The Lamb’s Supper, Reasons to Believe, and Rome Sweet Home. Scott received his BA in theology, philosophy, and economics from Grove City College, PA, his MDiv from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and his PhD in biblical theology from Marquette University. He entered the Catholic Church at the Easter Vigil, 1986.