Baker Academic Biblical Studies Upgrade (6 vols.)•
Brazos, Baker Academic 2013–2014
Poised on the leading edge of biblical scholarship, the Baker Academic Biblical Studies Upgrade refines your study of Scripture with topics that are timeless, yet relevant to today’s Christian. The seventh edition of D.A. Carson’s New Testament Commentary Survey provides students and pastors with expert guidance on choosing a commentary for any book of the New Testament. This collection also includes debates about immigration and the reliability of the Bible, as well as reflections on John’s Gospel and Jesus’ relationship to the scribes by Chris Keith and Francis J. Moloney. And Patricia Dutcher-Walls offers insight into reading the historical books of the Israelites.
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- Highlights relevant issues such as immigration and the modern person’s relationship to the Bible
- Facilitates greater understanding of Scripture
- Offers nearly 1,400 pages of current biblical scholarship
- Jesus against the Scribal Elite by Chris Keith
- Love in the Gospel of John by Francis J. Moloney
- New Testament Commentary Survey, 7th ed. by D.A. Carson
- Can We Still Believe the Bible? by Craig Blomberg
- Reading the Historical Books by Patricia Dutcher-Walls
- Christians at the Border, 2nd ed. by M. Daniel Carroll R.
- Title: Baker Academic Biblical Studies Upgrade
- Publisher: Baker Academic
- Volumes: 6
- Pages: 1,392