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. . . And Marries Another: Divorce and Remarriage in the Teaching of the New Testament
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. . . And Marries Another: Divorce and Remarriage in the Teaching of the New Testament

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Baker Academic 2012

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Overview

Carefully documented and compassionate, this book explores how early Christians would have understood the statements of Jesus and Paul on divorce and remarriage. Keener then builds a soundly scriptural view of divorce and remarriage—a view that reminds the church that all of its members are forgiven people.

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Key Features

  • Explores the statements of Jesus and Paul on divorce and remarriage
  • Features the work of a leading twenty-first-century biblical scholar
  • Examines the Holy Spirit in the teaching and events of the New Testament

Contents

  • The Introductory Question: The Relevance of This Book
  • Anger and Lust: A Model for Reading Divorce Law in the Sermon on the Mount
  • Jesus on Divorce: Matthew 5:32
  • Jesus vs. the Pharisees: When Is Divorce Sinful?
  • Paul and Divorce: 1 Corinthians 7:10–16
  • 1 Corinthians 7 and Marriage
  • Can Ministers Be Remarried?—1 Timothy 3:2
  • Final Words

Praise for the Print Edition

A first-rate piece of pastoral scholarship.

Gordon D. Fee, professor of New Testament, Regent College

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About Craig S. Keener

Craig S. Keener received his PhD from Duke University and is professor of New Testament at Palmer Seminary in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania.