This collection offers six works from respected Reformed scholar Simon J. Kistemaker. Writing with his characteristic warmth, Kistemaker crafts texts that are useful and accessible, yet rich with scholarly insights. Balancing the rigorous and the readable, these works are valuable tools for equipping pastors and laypeople alike.
In these volumes, Kistemaker studies the miracles, parables, and conversations of Jesus, offering an in-depth look at the ministry of Jesus and its implications for life today. He also provides a helpful survey of mid- to late-twentieth-century scholarship on the Gospels, as well as a compact guide to Calvin and Calvinism. Also included in this collection is Interpreting God’s Word Today, edited by Kistemaker, where he compiles the insights of a number of top scholars on the challenging task of approaching and interpreting Scripture.
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Check out Simon Kistemaker’s contributions to the Baker New Testament Commentary series.
- Compiles six of Simon J. Kistemaker’s finest works
- Includes a valuable history of Calvinism, with discussion of its principles and perspectives
- Offers a collection of essays by top scholars on interpreting Scripture
- Examines both the miracles and parables of Jesus
- Explores Jesus’ encounters with everyday people
About Simon J. Kistemaker
Simon J. Kistemaker is professor emeritus of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida. Born in the Netherlands, he studied at Calvin College, and Calvin Theological Seminary before earning his ThD at the Free University in Amsterdam. He was president of the Evangelical Theological Society in 1976, and has written a number of books, including several volumes in the Baker New Testament Commentary series, begun by William Hendriksen. Kistemaker won the Gold Medallion Evangelical Book of the Year Award for four of his volumes in this series.