The 10-volume Gospel Studies Collection brings together the significant monographs on the Gospels from Paternoster Press, offering an unparalleled academic treatment of the central themes in the Gospels. This collection deals with the literary and textual qualities of each book, including a reevaluation of the synoptic problem and a reanalysis of the role of the Jews in John. The authors also tackle interpretive challenges, surveying Jesus’ parables and their interpretation, and the cultural significance of Jesus’ healing miracles. Most importantly, these authors affirm the theological significance of the Gospels and their Christological, ecclesiological, and eschatological implications for today.
What’s more, with Logos, you get quick access to the Greek and English Scripture texts, along with a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Hovering over Scripture references instantly displays the verse you’re looking for, and clicking on it brings you straight to the text you’re studying. Your digital library also gives you instant access to a wealth of other resources on the New Testament—your dictionaries, encyclopedias, commentaries, and other scholarly works are all within easy reach! The Gospel Studies Collection, read in conjunction with other titles from Logos—such as the Anchor Yale Bible and the Library of New Testament Studies—gives you the most powerful tools for research on the Gospels!
The Gospel Studies Collection is ideal for academic use—especially for New Testament scholars—along with sermon preparation or personal Bible study.