2015 was a banner year for the Library of New Testament Studies, featuring an array of fascinating titles, including Crucfixion and New Creation, Paul, Scribe, of Old and New, The Ritualized Revelation of the Messianic Age, Luke’s Christology of Divine Identity, and Children in Early Christian Narratives. Add every installment from the Library of New Testament Studies series published in 2015. You’ll be equipped to conduct cutting-edge research with 35 volumes of recent, critical, and influential scholarship on the Bible’s second testament. Cover the key developments in historical, cultural, linguistic, theological, and hermeneutical questions driving New Testament study. One of the oldest and most important monograph series on the New Testament ever produced, additions to The Library of New Testament Studies featured distinguished scholars such as Craig Evans, John Kloppenburg, and Urban C. von Wahlde as well as a number of young scholars whose work is already significantly influencing the field of New Testament studies.
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