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Jude calls believers to stand firm in their belief in Jesus’ messiahship, even when various forms of rebellion occur around them. In this comprehensive volume, Herbert Bateman examines the historical, cultural, and literary context of Jude’s letter, identifying the “godless” as Zealots and other Judaeans caught up in an insurgence against Rome. At the same time, the letter admonishes readers to extend mercy to those who inadvertently rebel against God, both inside and outside the church.
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- Academic and evangelical commentary on 2 Peter & Jude
- Cutting-edge evangelical research
- Title: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary: 2 Peter & Jude (EEC)
- Author: Herbert Bateman
- Editors: H. Wayne House, W. Hall Harris, Andrew W. Pitts
- Series: Evangelical Exegetical Commentary (ECC)
- Publisher: Lexham Press
- Publication Date for Jude: 2015
- Estimated Publication Date for 2 Peter: TBA
- Format: Logos Digital
About Herbert Bateman
Herbert Bateman runs the Cyber-Center for Biblical Studies, and he serves as an adjunct faculty member for Liberty Seminary. He has also served on the faculty at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Moody Bible Institute, Grace Theological Seminary, Taylor University of the Upland, Tyndale Theological Seminary in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Asian Theological Seminary in Manila, the Philippines, and Dallas Theological Seminary. He has a BS from Philadelphia Biblical University, a ThM Dallas Theological Seminary, and a PhD Dallas Theological Seminary.