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New Testament Studies Bundle, ver. 2, S (12 vols.)
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This base package supplement contains resources for those beginning to study the New Testament. It provides an introduction to the books of the New Testament, their authors, and the context in which they were written, and it introduces readers to the different methods used to interpret the New Testament. Offering important background information for each book of the Bible, these works will help engage the reader with the key themes and theology from trusted scholars and authors. This bundle includes numerous essays on the historical Jesus, a guide to sexuality in the Bible, and tips to get the most out of your Bible study. You’ll get the skills to start analyzing and examining the New Testament texts for yourself in a meaningful and insightful way.




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81 Vols.

New to Version 2
Infant Baptism and the Silence of the New Testament        
Making Disciples Jesus' Way: Wisdom We Have Missed        
Christ’s Proclamation to the Spirits: A Study of 1 Peter 3:18–4:6        
Four Gospels, One Jesus? A Symbolic Reading, 2nd ed.        
Jesus the Temple        
The Worthy Champion: A Christology of Revelation        
Zechariah and Elizabeth: Persistent Faith in a Faithful God        
The New Testament and the Palestinian Targum to the Pentateuch        
Jesus and Scripture        
God's Plan Fulfilled: A Guide for Understanding the New Testament        
Encounters with Jesus: The Rest of Their Stories        
Concealment or Revelation? The Messianic Secret in Mark        
The Divine Sonship of Christians in the Johannine Writings        
Jesus and the Land: How the New Testament Transformed 'Holy Land' Theology        
The Word of God in the Child of God: Exegetical, Theological, and Homiletical Reflections from the 119th Psalm        
Koinōnia in the New Testament: A Dynamic Expression of Christian Life        
The House with Many Rooms: The Temple Theme of Jn. 14:2–3        
The Transfiguration of Jesus: Narrative Meaning and Function of Mark 9:2–8, Matt 17:1–8 and Luke 9:28–36        
The Three Gospels: New Testament History Introduced by the Synoptic Problem        
Economic Parables: The Monetary Teachings of Jesus Christ        
But God Raised Him from the Dead        
Healing, Weakness and Power        
Jesus as the Fulfillment of the Temple in the Gospel of John        
Lukan Theology in the Light of the Gospel’s Literary Structure        
On the Road Encounters in Luke–Acts: Hellenistic Mimesis and Luke’s Theology of the Way        
The Voice of Jesus: Studies in the Interpretation of Six Gospel Parables        
When Will These Things Happen?: A Study of Jesus as Judge in Matthew 21–25        
Your Father the Devil? A New Approach to John and the Jews        
New Testament Studies, Vol. 1: Luke the Physician        
New Testament Studies, Vol. 2: The Sayings of Jesus        
New Testament Studies, Vol. 3: The Acts of the Apostles        
New Testament Studies, Vol. 4: The Date of the Acts and of the Synoptic Gospels        
New Testament Studies, Vol. 5: Bible Reading in the Early Church        
How to Study the New Testament: The Gospels and Acts        
How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (First Section)        
How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (Second Section) and Revelation        
Also Included
Exploring the New Testament, vol. 1: Gospel and Acts        
Exploring the New Testament, vol. 2: Letters and Revelation        
Starting New Testament Study: Learning and Doing        
Searching for Meaning: An Introduction to Interpreting the New Testament        
The Historical Jesus        
The Flow of the New Testament        
Sexuality in the New Testament: Understanding the Key Texts        
People of the Spirit: Exploring Luke’s View of the Church        
The Johannine Writings        
John: Beloved Disciple        
New Testament Text and Language        
Jews and Anti-Judaism in the New Testament: Decision Points and Divergent Interpretations        
New Testament Interpretation and Methods        
New Testament Backgrounds        
A Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels (2 vols.)        
Dictionary of the Apostolic Church (2 vols.)        
The Synoptic Gospels        
Matthew, Poet of the Beatitudes        
Rethinking the Gospel Sources: From Proto-Mark to Mark        
Jesus, Mark and Q: The Teaching of Jesus and Its Earliest Records        
Matthew and the Margins: A Socio-Political and Religious Reading        
Synoptic Gospels        
This Jesus: Martyr, Lord, Messiah        
Images of Christ: Ancient and Modern        
Jude and the Relatives of Jesus in the Early Church        
Jesus and the Oral Gospel Tradition        
If this be from Heaven: Jesus and the New Testament Authors in their Relationship to Judaism        
Jesus, a Jewish Galilean: A New Reading of the Jesus Story        
The Criteria for Authenticity in Historical-Jesus Research: Previous Discussion and New Proposals        
Temptations of Jesus in Early Christianity        
The Understanding Scribe        
The Way of the Lord: Christological Exegesis of the Old Testament in the Gospel of Mark        
Mark: A Reader-Response Commentary        
The Double Message: Patterns of Gender in Luke–Acts        
Empowered for Witness: The Spirit in Luke–Acts        
Community-Forming Power        
New Readings in John: Literary and Theological Perspectives        
Women and Men in the Fourth Gospel        
Prologue and Gospel        
The Fourth Gospel and Its Predecessor: From Narrative Source to Present Gospel        
Footwashing in John 13 and the Johannine Community        
Characterization in the Gospels: Reconceiving Narrative Criticism        
Poetics for the Gospels?: Rethinking Narrative Criticism        
The Gospels in Context        

Key Features

  • New Testament survey that can be as broad or immersive as you see fit
  • Historical context and background of New Testament books
  • Instruction on how to properly interpret the New Testament books
  • Broad range of methods introduced to interpret the New Testament

The Worthy Champion: A Christology of Revelation

Brian R. Hand analyzes Revelation’s Christology and literary composition in The Worthy Champion. A valuable resource for Christological and New Testament studies, literary analysis, and biblical theology, The Worthy Champion shows how Revelation’s literary composition reveals Christ. Analyzing the genre of Revelation, Hand supports its status as prophetic rather than apocalyptic. He also discusses Revelation’s use of time, space, and physical structure and its characterization, plot, and symbolism and other literary devices. Each discussion includes Christological implications, and the last chapter synthesizes Christology with literary analysis. Hand’s conclusion includes homiletical values for Revelation’s Christology in preaching.

God's Plan Fulfilled: A Guide for Understanding the New Testament

Many Christians are familiar with a few favorite Bible verses but have little idea how to understand the entire New Testament. Dr. Schenck guides your study of Scripture, showing how God's great plan for the world comes to fulfillment in the startling claim that "Jesus is Lord!"

In this easy-to-grasp text, Schenck walks step-by-step through each book of the New Testament, helping you see its overarching story in the context of ancient history and culture. You will come to see Jesus and His disciples not as characters in a story but as real people who lived in the real world. From Matthew to Revelation, this helpful resource provides a basic understanding of each New Testament book.

This highly readable guide includes:

  • At-a-glance introduction and overview of each book
  • Background information to illuminate your study
  • Questions for personal reflection or group discussion and application

You will

  • See the big picture of the New Testament
  • Understand how God's story finds fulfillment in Jesus
  • Discover the unique contribution of each New Testament book
  • Learn how the New Testament connects with our lives today

God's Plan Fulfilled is an essential resource for your personal study and spiritual growth!

The Word of God in the Child of God: Exegetical, Theological, and Homiletical Reflections from the 119th Psalm

Psalm 119 is the prayer of one who delights and lives by the Torah. The longest of all the psalms, it is a Hebrew-alphabetical acrostic poem. George J. Zemek provides a thorough study on Psalm 119, studying its various elements and contemporary applicability. Zemek presents a comprehensive introduction to the psalm which analyzes its critical and conservative evaluations, date and authorship, literary vehicles, and textual assessment. He also includes an analytical and theological overview of the text. This volume provides translation and notes, synopsis and outlines, and commentary on each of the twenty-two stanzas.

New Testament Studies, vol. 1: Luke the Physician

The first of five volumes of New Testament studies, this volume is focused entirely on Luke, whose writings make up the third New Testament gospel as well as the book of Acts. Questions regarding authorship, linguistics, and a comparison of the gospel of Luke to that of John are included in this valuable study.

New Testament Studies, vol. 2: The Sayings of Jesus

"In St. Matthew are found about 112 words, and in St. Luke (without the Acts) about 261, which occur in these gospels and do not occur elsewhere in the New Testament." Harnack prefaced this volume with those words, analyzing the instances of each of those words within those two gospels. His linguistic and historical investigation of Matthew and Luke are thought-provoking and provide a fresh way to see the words of Jesus as told in those two New Testament resources.

New Testament Studies, vol. 3: The Acts of the Apostles

The book of Acts contains an incredible amount of theological importance, as well as great historical value. Undertaking the enormous task of analyzing this book, Harnack does so within the frame of his vast historical knowledge. Sections contained discuss the chronological data, nations and cities included, the treatment of persons in Acts, miracles and works of the spirit, sources and their values, and instances of inaccuracy and of discrepancy.

New Testament Studies, vol. 4: The Date of the Acts and of the Synoptic Gospels

Based on literary analysis and historical fact, this volume discusses the authorship of the gospel of Luke. Then, compiling biblical data, New Testament Studies, Vol. 4 thoroughly dissects issues of when each of the Synoptic Gospels was written, as well as the book of Acts. A chapter entitled "The Primitive Legends of Christendom" concludes this informative resource.

New Testament Studies, vol. 5: Bible Reading in the Early Church

The private usage of the Scriptures is a right that has had an interesting journey and a surprising amount of controversy. Particularly between the Catholic and Protestant Churches, division has been seen as to whether or not individuals may read the Bible, and several noted theologians have debated the topic heavily: Lessing, Goeze, and Walch. Separating the historical analysis by time period, Harnack methodically discusses the subject.

How to Study the New Testament: The Gospels and Acts

There could be nobody better than Henry Alford to address the question of how to approach the study of the New Testament. Alford, who spent the better part of twenty years on The Greek Testament by Henry Alford, knows the New Testament inside and out. How to Study the New Testament: The Gospels and Acts shows Alford’s ability to break down his insights and experiences into an easily understandable and highly practical tool for biblical study that will be quite advantageous to all who read it.

How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (First Section)

The second of three practical applications of New Testament studies, this volume covers 1&2 Thessalonians, 1&2 Corinthians, Galatians, Romans, Colossians, Philemon, and Ephesians, and is a detailed, informative, and easily comprehendible guide to the Epistles. This resource is an excellent complement to How to Study the New Testament: The Gospels and Acts.

How to Study the New Testament: The Epistles (Second Section) and Revelation

Wrapping up notes for the remainder of the Epistles, Alford ends his New Testament study guide series by delving into the book of Revelation. Alford’s three volumes of study guides are a highly comprehensive overview of how to approach the New Testament in a scholarly and effective manner.