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New Testament Studies Collection (7 vols.)
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Overview

The 7-volume New Testament Studies Collection brings together the voices of scholars from China, New Zealand, Korea, and the United Kingdom to confront the exegetical, historical, interpretive, and theological challenges on diverse New Testament topics. From an evangelical perspective and with penetrating analysis, the authors examine the central theological and textual themes of the New Testament:

  • Salvation
  • Pneumatology
  • Israel
  • Christ in the book of Revelation
  • Hermeneutics and epistemology
  • Pastoral theology in James
  • and more!

The authors represented in this collection are among the best in their field, and their books are the result of lengthy post-graduate work, making these volumes ideal for both New Testament and Greek scholars, as well as seminary and graduate students. Pastors and teachers will also find the penetrating exegesis and probing historical and cultural analysis useful for sermon preparation and teaching.

What’s more, with the Logos edition of the New Testament Studies Collection (7 Vols.), you can perform powerful searches and access a wealth of exegetical, historical, textual, and interpretive information on the New Testament quickly and easily! Hovering over Scripture references instantly displays the verse you’re looking at, and clicking on it takes you directly to your Greek text or English translation! Your digital library gives you the tools you need for research, sermon preparation, and Bible study—all at the click of a button!

Key Features

  • An evangelical perspective on key New Testament topics
  • Contributions from top scholars from around the world

Individual Titles

The Significance of Salvation: A Study of Salvation Language in the Pastoral Epistles

  • Author: George M. Wieland
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 324

The language and ideas of salvation pervade the three Pastoral Epistles. This study offers a close examination of their soteriological statements. In all three letters the idea of salvation is found to play a vital paraenetic role, but each also exhibits distinctive soteriological emphases. The results challenge common assumptions about the Pastoral Epistles as a corpus.

Highly recommended to all students of New Testament theology.

—I. Howard Marshall

George M. Wieland is Lecturer in New Testament, Carey Baptist College and Auckland University, New Zealand.

Spirit and Kingdom in the Writings of Luke and Paul

  • Author: Youngmo Cho
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 227

Recipient of The Foundation for Pentecostal Scholarship 2007 Award of Excellence

The relationship between Spirit and Kingdom is a relatively unexplored area in Lucan and Pauline studies. This book offers a fresh perspective of two biblical writers on the subject. It explores the difference between Luke’s and Paul’s understanding of the Spirit by examining the specific question of the relationship of the concept of the Spirit to the concept of the Kingdom of God in each writer.

There is an elegant simplicity to the argument which is commendably reinforced by its highly readable presentation.

—Andrew D. Clarke

Youngmo Cho is Assistant Professor of New Testament Studies, Asia LIFE University, Daejon, South Korea.

Zion Symbolism in Hebrews: Hebrews 12:18–24 as a Hermeneutical Key to the Epistle

  • Author: Kiwoong Son
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2007
  • Pages: 248

This book challenges the general tendency of understanding the Epistle to the Hebrews against a Hellenistic background and suggests that the Epistle should be understood in the light of the Jewish apocalyptic tradition.

The author especially argues for the importance of the theological symbolism of Sinai and Zion (Heb. 12:18-24) as it provides the Epistle’s theological background as well as the rhetorical basis of the superiority motif of Jesus throughout the Epistle.

Kiwoong Son completed his doctorate at London School of Theology and has served as a chaplain to Korean and Asian students at Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK, before returning to South Korea.

The Comical Doctrine: The Epistemology of New Testament Hermeneutics

  • Author: Rosalind Selby
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 273

This book argues that the gospel breaks through postmodernity’s critique of truth and the referential possibilities of textuality with its gift of grace. With a rigorous, philosophical challenge to modernist and postmodernist assumptions, Selby offers an alternative epistemology to all who would still read with faith and with academic credibility.

[This books displays] an impressive command of a wide range of sources.

—David Fergusson

Rosalind Selby is a lay preacher in the United Reformed Church and completed her doctorate at the University of Aberdeen, UK.

Jesus, Revolutionary of Peace: A Nonviolent Christology in the Book of Revelation

  • Author: Mark Bredin
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 260

This book aims to demonstrate that the figure of Jesus in the book of Revelation can be best understood as an active non-violent revolutionary. Jesus was a warrior of the non-violent tradition. He sought to conquer his enemies not through violence but through compassion. Seeking to present a comprehensive, balanced view of this non-violent Jesus, Mark Bredin engages with Mahatma Gandhi’s theory to explore the place of non-violence in the biblical tradition.

Mark Bredin holds an M.Theo. and Ph.D. from the University of St Andrews.

The Genre, Composition and Hermeneutics of the Epistle of James

  • Author: Luke L. Cheung
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2003
  • Pages: 372

In The Genre, Composition and Hermeneutics of the Epistle of James, Luke L. Cheung examines the employment of the wisdom genre with a certain compositional structure, and the interpretation of the law through Jesus' tradition of the double love command by the author of the Epistle of James to serve his purpose in promoting perfection and warning against doubleness among the eschatologically renewed people of God in the Diaspora. In particular, he shows how the genre, composition and hermeneutics of James all contribute to the central pastoral concern of this epistle.

Luke L. Cheung holds the degrees of M.Div., M.Th. and Ph.D. He is currently Associate Professor of New Testament Studies at the China Graduate School of Theology in Hong Kong.

God, Order, and Chaos: Rene´ Girard and the Apocalypse

  • Author: Stephen Finamore
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Pages: 344

Readers are often disturbed by the images of destruction in the book of Revelation and unsure why they are unleashed after the exaltation of Jesus. This book examines past approaches to these texts and uses René Girard’s theories to revive some old ideas and propose some new ones.

Stephen Finamore is minister of Westbury-on-Trym Baptist Church, Bristol, and Honorary Research Fellow, Bristol Baptist College, UK.

Product Details

  • Title: New Testament Studies Collection
  • Publisher: Paternoster Press
  • Volumes: 7
  • Pages: 2,048

Sample Pages from the Print Edition