George Wesley Buchanan Collection (9 vols.)•
4 publishers 1992–2006
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Bible scholar George Wesley Buchanan is one of the premier proponents of intertextual criticism, a point of view examining texts in light of other texts. Using various Scriptures and other ancient texts, he applies this discipline to various books of Bible in this collection, such as Matthew, Daniel, and Revelation, providing priceless context and commentary. This 9-volume collection also includes Buchanan’s concise work on what defines intertextuality as a valid form of Biblical interpretation. Also containing studies on Messianic movements throughout history, this collection is essential for any serious student, professor, or layperson of the Bible wishing to gain insight from all of Scripture on various works of the Bible.
Featuring nearly 4,000 pages of solid biblical criticism and interpretation from one of the top twentieth-century Bible scholars, this collection is more accessible than ever before. The studies and commentaries can be linked with your favorite Bible translations and searches for various intertextual topics are instantaneous with the click of a mouse.
- Nearly 4,000 pages of biblical criticism
- Valuable commentary on Matthew, Daniel, Revelation, and other books of the Bible
- Includes introductions, conclusions, and appendices to guide research and study
- Biblical and Theological Insights from Ancient and Modern Civil Law
- The Book of Daniel
- The Book of Hebrews: Its Challenge from Zion
- The Book of Revelation: Its Introduction and Prophecy
- The Gospel According to Matthew (Vol. 1)
- The Gospel According to Matthew (Vol. 2)
- Introduction to Intertextuality
- Jewish Messianic Movements
- New Testament Eschatology: Historical and Cultural Background
The Book of Hebrews: Its Challenge from Zion
- Author: George Wesley Buchanan
- Publisher: Wipf & Stock Publishers
- Publication Date: 2006
- Pages: 509
About George Wesley Buchanan
George Wesley Buchanan is Professor Emeritus of New Testament Studies at Wesley Theological Seminary. He is also part of the Advisory Board for the Biblical Archaeology Review.