Featuring D.A. Carson’s The Enduring Authority of the Christian Scriptures as well as new additions to the New International Greek Testament Commentary Series (NIGTC) and the New International Commentary on the Old Testament Series (NICOT), the volumes in this collection provide Bible students with exciting new insights on biblical inspiration and cutting-edge biblical scholarship. More than a decade in the making, Richard Longenecker’s Romans presents a comprehensive treatment of Paul’s grand epistle, interacting with structural and linguistic aspects of Romans while engaging both traditional and “new” perspectives. Mark Boda’s Zechariah critically engages a key Old Testament book and illuminates its theological meaning, it’s complex relationship to the New Testament, and highlights the books crucial text-critical questions.
Lastly, D.A. Carson leads an interdisciplinary and distinguished team of scholars incluing Henri Blocher, Craig Blomberg, Graham Cole, Paul Helm, Robert Kolb, Anthony Lane, Douglass Moo, Richard Lints, Andy Naselli, Timothy Tennant, Kevin Vanhoozer, Bruce Waltke, Barry Webb, and John Woodbridge as they explore different components of scriptural authority. Contributors present Scripture in relationship to a wide diversity of subjects from epistemology and world religions and linguistic analysis to historical theology.
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Don’t miss John Barclay’s Paul and the Gift and other key recent New testament titles in the Eerdmans New Testament Studies Upgrade (3 vols.).