Document the linguistic, historical, and theological connections between the Pauline corpus and the Gospels, and explore how the intertwining of those distinct genres came to be interpreted by Christian thinkers in the years that immediately followed the apostolic era. Edited by distinguished scholar Michael Bird, these two volumes of collected essays feature some of the world’s pre-eminent and most prolific scholars. They zoom in on specific, narrow topics that directly impact how we read the New Testament and how we understand the emergence of Christianity as a unified and coherent religion in its nascent years. A pointed topic of debate in recent years, these volumes employ sound historical and biblical scholarship to help students of the New Testament navigate the complex issues involved establishing the nature of early Christian thought.
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- Documents key connection between the Pauline corpus and the Gospels
- Sheds light on the development and coherence of early Christian theology
- Addresses a key point of debate with narrowly focused essays and cutting-edge scholarship
- Paul and the Second Century edited by Michael F. Bird and Joseph R. Dodson
- Paul and the Gospels: Christologies, Conflicts, and Convergences edited by Michael F. Bird and Joel Willitts
About Michael F. Bird
Michael Bird teaches New Testament and Greek at Highland Theological College in Scotland. He has authored numerous books including Evangelical Theology, Are You the One Who Is to Come? The Historical Jesus and the Messianic Question, New Covenant Commentary: Colossians and Philemon, Crossing Over Sea and Land: Jewish Missionary Activity in the Second Temple Period, The Saving Righteousness of God.