C. F. D. Moule, great-nephew of theologian H. C. G. Moule, was a twentieth century Anglican priest, theologian, and author that brings us thirteen essays on New Testament doctrine in Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Biblical and Theological Essays. Dividing the essays into six subjects—The Theology of Forgiveness, Christology, The Holy Spirit, The Eucharist, Jesus-Traditions, and The Authority of Scriptures—Moule takes the reader on a journey into some of the most important New Testament doctrinal topics. His thought-provoking words and biblical wisdom will encourage and inspire pastors, professors, students, and laity alike.
Including historical facts, Greek word studies, literary references, and a wealth of scriptural knowledge, these well-informed essays are a compilation of articles that Moule published throughout his life in various sources, including the Epworth Review, the Church Quarterly, and the Reformed Theological Review. His desire in publishing the thirteen articles as a collection was to assist in answering New Testament doctrinal questions that he kept hearing, and the publishing of this 256-page volume occured in 1998, only nine years before Moule's death.
Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Biblical and Theological Essays is a highly engaging resource and a fantastic addition to your digital library. In the Logos edition, you can easily perform word studies using the original Greek included in Moule's work, and Scriptural references will instantaneously appear when hovered over with a mouse. A great companion to New Testament studies.
- Thirteen essays on New Testament theology
- Index of authors and ancient sources cited
- Perfect companion to New Testament studies
- Title: Forgiveness and Reconciliation: Biblical and Theological Essays
- Author: C. F. D. Moule
- Publisher: SPCK
- Publication Date: 1998
- Pages: 256
About C. F. D. Moule
Charles Francis Digby Moule, known professionally as C. F. D. Moule, was born in 1908 in China to missionary parents. English by heritage, his family returned to their native country when WWI started. It was there he completed his studies at Weymouth College and Cambridge, after which point he became an Anglican priest. Serving as both a priest and a dean at Cambridge, Moule was also a prolific author. His two best-known books are entitled The Birth of the New Testament and The Origin of Christology, published in 1962 and 1977 respectively. Moule never married, and died in 2007 at the age of 98.