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The Essential Nature of New Testament Preaching
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The Essential Nature of New Testament Preaching

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Wipf & Stock 1960

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Overview

According to Robert Mounce, the preacher occupies a position of unrivaled significance in the life and destiny of his fellow human beings. As A.M. Hunter says in the foreword, “the preached gospel which the first heralds of Christ proclaimed to the great pagan world of their day . . . runs, like a golden thread, through the whole New Testament.”

Mounce introduces his study with a survey of related terms as they appear in classical Greek, then shows the role of the herald in the life and culture of the Old Testament through a careful investigation of the Septuagint. He analyzes the nature of preaching in the New Testament and demonstrates that true Christian preaching has always been God’s means of offering grace to humanity.

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Key Features

  • Surveys related terms as they appear in classical Greek
  • Analyzes the nature of preaching in the New Testament
  • Shows the role of the herald in the Old Testament through careful investigation of the Septuagint

Contents

  • Cultural and Linguistic Backgrounds
  • John the Baptist: Messianic Herald
  • The Preaching of Jesus and the Twelve
  • Preaching in the Early Church
  • The Apostolic Proclamation
  • Clues to a Pre-Pauline Kerygma
  • Questioning the Origins of the Primitive
  • Implications of the Christ-Event
  • The Essential Nature of Preaching

Praise for the Print Edition

Sound scholarship, fresh treatment, and evangelical warmth.

—F.F. Bruce, Rylands Professor of Biblical Criticism and Exegesis, University of Manchester

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About Robert H. Mounce

Robert H. Mounce is president emeritus of Whitworth College in Spokane, Washington, and a noted New Testament Greek scholar. He is the author of The New American Commentary: Romans and The New International Commentary on the New Testament: The Book of Revelation. He also helped produce the NIV, NIrV, NLT, ESV, and HCSB Bible translations.

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