6 edition of New Testament Introduction found in the catalog.
by College Press Publishing Company
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||370|
Amazon Affiliate Disclosure: I receive a percentage of revenue if you buy from Amazon on my blog (at no cost to you). David deSilva has revised my favorite New Testament Introduction, and I wanted to review it again and give it a bit more promotion. As he says in his preface, deSilva has updated some paragraphs, rewritten others, taken some things out, expanded some sections . Description. A volume in the St. Joseph Bible Resources series from Catholic Book Publishing, New Testament Introduction provides an entry-level contemporary study of the New Testament in a concise and accessible format. In 32 pages, this fully illustrated book outlines the history, literature, religion, and teachings of the Christian Scriptures.
So it is with a wave of relief and delight that we look and realize that the whole New Testament comes in the form of stories and letters. The first five books (Gospels and Acts), which are the New Testament's "historical" section, differ drastically from history in school. An Introduction to the New Testament focuses on "special introduction" that is historical questions dealing with authorship, date, sources, purpose, destination, and so forth.
In his book, Introduction to the New Testament, Louis Berkhof investigates the history and purpose of the Gospels and Epistles in the New f's sections begin with a brief outline followed by a comprehensive look at the characteristics, authorship, composition, and canonical significance of each New Testament book. Donald Guthrie's New Testament Introduction has established itself as the benchmark evangelical introduction to the New Testament since its first publication in and its revised edition decades later. With the most updated version now available in paperback, this widely acclaimed reference work provides a fixed point for surveying the terrain of the New Testament 5/5(3).
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This New Testament Introduction is a monster volume that is exhaustive in its content. Guthrie's book is considered by many scholars (i.e.
Carson, Wilbur Smith, etc.) to be one of, if not the best Introduction to the New Testament texts available. This book is a standard text book at seminaries all across the by: Donald Guthrie ( ) was a British New Testament scholar, who was lecturer in New Testament studies at the London School of Theology, and from until he as vice-principal.
He has written other books such as New Testament Theology,A Shorter Life of Christ,The Apostles, etc/5(10). The New Testament 8e is designed for undergraduates beginning their first systematic study of the Christian Greek Scriptures.
This introductory text familiarizes readers with the contents and major themes of the New Testament and acquaints them with the goals and methods of New Testament Introduction book Biblical scholarship.4/5(35).
Guthrie wrote New Testament Introduction () and New Guthrie was a graduate of the University of London (B.D., Th.M., Ph. D.). From until his retirement in Guthrie was lecturer in New Testament studies at London Bible College (now London School of Theology), and from until he served as vice-principal of the college/5.
"David deSilva's An Introduction to the New Testament is an ideal textbook for seminary students as well as for pastors and is written by a reputable New Testament scholar who reveals decades of teaching wisdom on every page.
DeSilva's introduction surveys the text of each book with skill and insights, sketches major issues in interpretation, develops methods each Cited by: Raymond E. Brown's "An Introduction to the New Testament" is the most trustworthy and authoritative guidebook for a generation seeking to understand the Christian sally acknowledged as the dean of New Testament scholarship, Father Brown Every generation needs a comprehensive, reliable Introduction to the New Testament that opens the /5.
An excellent handbook on the introduction to the New Testament, D.A. Carson and Moo offer a systematic and overwhelmingly scholarly work that does a fantastic job at looking at the scholarly opinions, both past and present, on the New Testament books of the Bible/5. book may in some small measure be instrumental in leading others to a greater appreciation and an ever better understanding of the New Testament writings, I shall be very grateful indeed.
BERKHOF. Grand Rapids, Mich., Novem 2 Introduction to the New Testament. Buy a cheap copy of Introduction to the New Testament book by Henry Clarence Thiessen. In this volume the late Dr. Henry C. Thiessen ably sets forth the conservative view of the New Testament. The author believes that the plenary inspiration of the Free shipping over $ "Often students find New Testament introductions to be off-putting as they rehearse in detail the historical circumstances and scholarly theories and debates about each book in the New Testament.
Beale and Gladd have written a book that is refreshingly different. They do not ignore historical questions but examine them briefly and concisely/5(10). Nelson's New Testament Survey: Discovering the Essence, Background & Meaning About Every New Testament Book: Burkett, Delbert: An Introduction to the New Testament and the Origins of Christianity: Ehrman, Bart D.
A Brief Introduction to the New Testament: Ehrman, Bart D%(2). Raymond E. Brown's An Introduction to the New Testament is the most trustworthy and authoritative guidebook for a generation seeking to understand the Christian Bible. Universally acknowledged as /5(2). Introduction to the New Testament book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this volume the late Dr. Henry C. Thiessen ably sets /5(10). An Introduction to the New Testament focuses on "special introduction" that is historical questions dealing with authorship, date, sources, purpose, destination, and so by: Donald Guthrie's New Testament Introduction has established itself as the benchmark evangelical introduction to the New Testament since its first publication in and its revised edition decades later.
With the most updated version now available in paperback, this widely acclaimed reference work provides a fixed point for surveying the terrain of the New Testament and its /5(10). Thus, in almost all Christian traditions today, the New Testament consists of 27 books: the four canonical gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John), the Acts of the Apostles, the fourteen epistles of Paul, the seven catholic epistles, and the Book of Revelation.
Daniel B. Wallace. Daniel B. Wallace has taught Greek and New Testament courses on a graduate school level since He has a Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and is currently professor of New Testament Studies at his alma mater.
Introduction to the New Testament by Louis Berkhof. Coming in at under pages, this book is certainly an introduction to the New Testament.
It covers every book in the New Testament, but it does not seek to provide an exhaustive treatment of each of those 27 books. Now with that being said, Berkhof surely covers a ton of terrain in this book. Every generation needs a comprehensive, reliable Introduction to the New Testament that opens the biblical text to the novice.
Raymond E. Brown's An Introduction to the New Testament is the most trustworthy and authoritative guidebook for a generation seeking to understand the Christian Bible.5/5(5). "Paul J. Achtemeier, Joel B. Green, and Marianne Meye Thompson provide a clear, historically informed introduction to the New Testament as the scripture of the Christian church.
This book's structure, theological content, and balanced critical judgments should make it a valuable resource for introductory New Testament courses. The New Testament: A Very Short Introduction locates the New Testament in its historical and literary context and explains why the religious experiences of the first Christians forced them to reinterpret their Jewish and Greek heritage and reshape their symbolic world.
It provides the broad conceptual and factual framework for the New Testament, describing the process by Author: Luke Timothy Johnson.Introduction and Timeline The New Testament consists of 27 separate books, written mainly, though not exclusively, by Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ.
These books teach and testify of the ministry and Atonement of Jesus Christ and the rise of the early Christian Church.Stanley E. Porter (PhD, University of Sheffield) is president, dean, and professor of New Testament, and Roy A. Hope Chair in Christian Wolrdview at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario.
He has authored or edited dozens of books, including How We Got the New Testament and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek/5.