The Fourfold Gospel, F Watson

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The Fourfold Gospel A Theological Reading of the New Testament Portraits of Jesus Francis Watson
This groundbreaking approach to the study of the fourfold gospel offers a challenging alternative to prevailing assumptions about the creation of the gospels and the person of Jesus. Interweaving historical, exegetical, and theological perspectives, this book explains that the four gospels were chosen to give a portrait of Jesus. Francis Watson explores the significance of the fourfold gospel's plural form for those who constructed it and for later Christian communities. He focuses on reading the gospels alongside one another rather than in isolation and explains that the fourfold gospel is greater than, and other than, the sum of its individual parts. Endorsements "The Fourfold Gospel displays all the virtues that readers have come to expect from one of the finest biblical interpreters of our day: depth and breadth of learning, exegetical prowess, clarity of argument, and sure theological judgment, all in the service of the truth of the gospel."--John Webster, St. Mary's College, University of St. Andrews "What does it mean, theologically speaking, that we have four canonical gospels? Drawing on sources as diverse as Ezekiel's vision and Eusebius's canons, Francis Watson's reflection on this question is as astonishingly fresh as it is deeply grounded in the church's traditions. Not for specialists only, The Fourfold Gospel is rich and richly rewarding."--Beverly Roberts Gaventa, Baylor University "The contributions of Francis Watson are always innovative and incisive, and this book, which will win a large readership, is no exception. With his unrivaled ability to combine expert historical knowledge with interpretive acuity, he is like the ideal scribe in Matthew, who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old." --Dale C. Allison Jr., Princeton Theological Seminary "The old clichй about John's gospel is that it is like a sea in which a child may paddle or an elephant swim. The same could be said of this marvelous book, which makes an excellent introductory book for students while also brimming with both astute historical detective work and elegant and thoughtful (and sometimes moving) exegesis that is illuminating for the expert."--Simon Gathercole, University of Cambridge and Fitzwilliam College
Francis Watson (PhD, University of Oxford) is Research Chair in Biblical Interpretation at Durham University. He previously held the Kirby Laing Chair of New Testament Exegesis at the University of Aberdeen and taught at King's College London. Among his numerous works are the critically acclaimed Paul and the Hermeneutics of Faith; Paul, Judaism, and the Gentiles: Beyond the New Perspective; and Gospel Writing: A Canonical Perspective. He is also coauthor of Reading Scripture with the Church.
I April 2016 224 pp. · cloth · $24.99 978-0-8010-9545-0 Gospels/Acts, Jesus Studies, Theological Interpretation, Christology a ebook available
Love in the Gospel of John An Exegetical, Theological, and Literary Study Francis J. Moloney, SDB 272 pp. · cloth · $35.00 978-0-8010-4928-6 ebook available
Constructing Jesus Memory, Imagination, and History Dale C. Allison Jr. 618 pp. · paper · $50.00 978-0-8010-4875-3 EU rights: SPCK ebook available
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Jesus the God-Man The Unity and Diversity of the Gospel Portrayals Darrell L. Bock with Benjamin I. Simpson
I June 2016 192 pp. · paper · $19.99 978-0-8010-9778-2 Gospels/Acts, Jesus Studies a ebook available
Darrell L. Bock (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is executive director for cultural engagement at the Hendricks Center at Dallas Theological Seminary, where he also serves as senior research professor of New Testament studies. He speaks and teaches around the world and has authored or edited numerous books, including Jesus according to Scripture, Studying the Historical Jesus, and major commentaries on Luke and Acts. Benjamin I. Simpson (PhD, Dallas Theological Seminary) is associate dean and assistant professor of New Testament studies at the Houston campus of Dallas Theological Seminary. He is the author of Recent Research on the Historical Jesus.
Why four Gospels rather than one? What should we do with the different emphases they present? Given the different ways they present Jesus, how can we put together all that Jesus taught and appreciate how the Gospels show us who Jesus is? This clear, compact introduction surveys what the Gospels tell us about who Jesus is by exploring his teachings and actions in their contexts. Darrell Bock and Benjamin Simpson treat the Gospels as reliable sources for a plausible portrait of Jesus. They open up fresh ways to appreciate how the Gospels work, explaining that the four Gospels, when taken together, help us to see Jesus with depth. Major Gospel themes are treated as are the distinct emphases in each Gospel, thus demonstrating why four Gospels about Jesus are better than one combined account. Condensing years of extensive study on the topic, this handy, readable textbook presents fresh ways to understand the Gospels, especially the Synoptics in comparison with John. Professors and students in courses on Jesus and the Gospels as well as pastors and church leaders will value this work. EndorsEment "Jesus the God-Man provides readers with an excellent entry into the ins and outs of critical study of the historical Jesus. Darrell Bock and Benjamin Simpson cover all the major points of importance and debate. They do so judiciously, fairly, and with clarity and precision. I am pleased to recommend it."--Craig A. Evans, Houston Baptist University Contents Introduction 1. Preparation: Birth, John the Baptist, and the Temptations 2. Jesus's Central Message: The Kingdom of God 3. The Nature of the Kingdom: Presence, Realm, Ethics, Messiah, and the Father 4. Jesus's Titles: Who Is Jesus? 5. Jesus's Teaching and Actions: Showing Who He Is 6. Jesus's Community of the New Era: The Calling of Those Who Respond 7. The Vindication to Come: Warning to Israel, Gentile Inclusion, and the Son of Man's Return to Judge 8. Jesus's Final Week: A Dispute over Authority Conclusion Indexes
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Being Human in God's World An Old Testament Theology of Humanity J. Gordon McConville
This major work by a widely respected Old Testament scholar and theologian unpacks a biblical perspective on fundamental questions of what it means to be human. J. Gordon McConville explores how a biblical view of humanity provides a foundation for Christian reflection on ethics, economics, politics, and church life and practice. He shows that the Old Testament's view of humanity as "earthed" and "embodied" plays an essential part in a well-rounded Christian theology and spirituality, and he applies the theological concept of the "image of God" to all areas of human existence. Endorsements "McConville offers a richly textured account of our humanity as the Hebrew Bible portrays it. His `spiritual' reading is both scholarly and engaging for a diverse audience, as he explores variously the material, political, gendered and sexual, as well as prayerful dimensions of human living `in the image of God.'"--Ellen F. Davis, Duke Divinity School "What does it mean to be human? Gordon McConville explores God's revelation in the Old Testament in response to this question. With insight and profundity, he illuminates our understanding, but more importantly he shows how the Old Testament invites us to spiritual transformation centered on worship. I recommend this book to all who want to understand themselves better and to grow as human beings created in the image of God."--Tremper Longman III, Westmont College Contents Introduction: On Thinking about Being Human 1. Humanity in the Image of God (Imago Dei) 2. "Like God" in the Garden of Eden (Gen. 2­3) 3. The Human "Constitution" in the Old Testament 4. The "Situated" Self 5. The Old Testament's Transformations and the "Spiritual Sense" 6. Embodiments: Place and Memory 7. The Political Self 8. Male and Female 9. Work and Creativity 10. Conclusions: The Old Testament and Human Formation Indexes
J. Gordon McConville (PhD, Queen's University, Belfast) is professor of Old Testament theology at the University of Gloucestershire, where he has taught for more than twenty years. Prior to coming to Gloucestershire, he held positions at Tyndale House, Trinity College Bristol, and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University. He has authored or edited many books, including the Dictionary of the Old Testament: Prophets and commentaries on Deuteronomy, Joshua, 1 and 2 Chronicles, and Ezra, Nehemiah, and Esther. McConville is the general editor of the Exploring the Old Testament series and coauthored the Prophets and Historical Books volumes in the series.
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The Synoptic Problem Four Views Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer, editors
I July 2016 208 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-4950-7 Gospels/Acts, Jesus Studies, New Testament Backgrounds/ Historical Studies/ Archaeology a ebook available
Stanley E. Porter (PhD, University of Sheffield) is president, dean, professor of New Testament, and Roy A. Hope Chair in Christian Worldview at McMaster Divinity College. A prolific author, he has authored or edited dozens of books, including Sacred Tradition in the New Testament, Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament, How We Got the New Testament, and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek. Bryan R. Dyer (PhD, McMaster Divinity College) is acquisitions editor for Baker Academic. He is the coeditor of Paul and Ancient Rhetoric and The Bible and Social Justice.
The relationship between Matthew, Mark, and Luke is one of the most contested topics in Gospel studies. How do we account for the close similarities--and differences--in the Synoptic Gospels? In the last few decades, the standard answers to the typical questions regarding the Synoptic Problem have come under fire, while new approaches have surfaced. This up-to-date introduction, ideal for classroom use and individual study, articulates and debates the four major views. Following an overview of the issues, leading proponents of each view set forth their positions and respond to each of the other views. A concluding chapter summarizes the discussion and charts a direction for further study. This work will be of interest to professors, students, scholars, and other readers interested in the Synoptic Problem. Contents 1. The Synoptic Problem: An Introduction to Its Key Terms, Concepts, Figures, and Hypotheses Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer 2. The Two Source Hypothesis Craig A. Evans 3. The Farrer Hypothesis Mark Goodacre 4. The Two Gospel Hypothesis David Barrett Peabody 5. The Orality and Memory Hypothesis Rainer Riesner 6. Two Source Hypothesis Response Craig A. Evans 7. Farrer Hypothesis Response Mark Goodacre 8. Two Gospel Hypothesis Response David Barrett Peabody 9. Orality and Memory Hypothesis Response Rainer Riesner 10. What Have We Learned regarding the Synoptic Problem, and What Do We Still Need to Learn? Stanley E. Porter and Bryan R. Dyer Indexes
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Sacred Tradition in the New Testament Tracing Old Testament Themes in the Gospels and Epistles Stanley E. Porter
"This collection of essays engages a perennial issue within the field of New Testament studies: the relationship of the earliest Christian literature to the heritage of its sacred traditions. In critical dialogue with recent scholarship, Porter clarifies the tricky methodological issues of how the New Testament cites, alludes to, and echoes scriptural texts. His insightful but provocative findings about the use of certain traditional texts and images by early Christians and by Jesus himself will no doubt stimulate further significant scholarly debate."--Harold W. Attridge, Yale Divinity School "Porter leads us into a fresh and stimulating understanding of the New Testament's appropriation of the sacred traditions of Israel's Scriptures. This is more than just another book on the New Testament's use of the Old. Porter's decision to focus on the titles of Jesus and broad themes makes the book practically a miniature New Testament theology, with the great virtue of helping us perceive the rich unity of the Bible. This is a book that deserves, and will reward, a thoughtful reading." --Donald A. Hagner, Fuller Theological Seminary "Stanley Porter's Sacred Tradition in the New Testament brings muchneeded nuance and definition to a very important phenomenon in New Testament literature, especially with reference to the popular but often ill-defined term intertextuality. Porter not only clarifies the relevant vocabulary and methods, but he also discusses several important texts and themes that relate to Jesus, his self-understanding, and the Christology that comes to expression in the New Testament. Anyone interested in the topic will want to engage this carefully researched and well-written book."--Craig A. Evans, Houston Baptist University "Ranging more widely than traditional treatments of the Old Testament in the New, Porter's study illustrates the broad role such traditions played in shaping the way Jesus was understood by New Testament authors and in shaping Jesus's own self-understanding. This is a significant contribution on much-debated issues."--Stephen Westerholm, McMaster University
Stanley E. Porter (PhD, University of Sheffield) is president, dean, professor of New Testament, and Roy A. Hope Chair in Christian Worldview at McMaster Divinity College. A prolific author, he has authored or edited dozens of books, including The Synoptic Problem, Linguistic Analysis of the Greek New Testament, How We Got the New Testament, and Fundamentals of New Testament Greek.
I April 2016 336 pp. · cloth · $40.00 (maximum discount 40%) 978-0-8010-3077-2 New Testament, New Testament Backgrounds/Historical Studies/Archaeology, Jesus Studies a ebook available
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I June 2016 400 pp. · cloth · $32.99 978-0-8010-9776-8 Pauline Studies, Practical Theology/ Church Life, Pneumatology a ebook available
Craig S. Keener (PhD, Duke University) is F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is the author of many books, including Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, The Historical Jesus of the Gospels, Gift and Giver, and commentaries on Acts, Matthew, John, Romans, 1­2 Corinthians, and Revelation.
"In Romans, Paul interacts more fully with the thought world of his day than in any of his other letters. Only someone who is wholly familiar with the richness of Jewish scripture and tradition, with the ancient philosophies of Stoics, Platonists, Epicureans, and others, and with the reality of human experience can fully appreciate why Paul argues as he does and the effectiveness of his argument. Craig Keener is one such scholar, and his rich exposition of key passages in Romans--as well as in 1­2 Corinthians, Philippians, and Colossians--brings out the point and force of Paul's argument for his own time again and again, and in a way that reinvigorates Paul's argument for a very different time." --James D. G. Dunn, Durham University "Craig Keener has filled a significant gap in Pauline studies as only he could do: with thousands of references to ancient sources to help us understand Paul's perspectives in context. The result is a work full of exegetical, theological, and even pastoral insight into the human mind according to Paul--especially the mind transformed in Christ." --Michael J. Gorman, St. Mary's Seminary & University, Baltimore "Only a scholar with Craig Keener's nous could write the most authoritative work to date on Paul's belief in the transformation of a person's mind from godless reasoning to possessing the mind of Christ. Keener describes the Pauline vision of the believing mind as one immersed in the Jesus story, freed by the Spirit's power, bathed in divine wisdom, and oriented toward heaven. This book will, quite literally, open your mind to Paul's theology of the mind."--Michael Bird, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia Contents Introduction 1. The Corrupted Mind (Rom. 1:18­32) 2. The Mind of Faith (Rom. 6:11) 3. The Mind of the Flesh (Rom. 7:22­25) 4. The Mind of the Spirit (Rom. 8:5­7) 5. A Renewed Mind (Rom. 12:1­3) 6. The Mind of Christ (1 Cor. 2:15­16) 7. A Christlike Mind (Phil. 2:1­5; 3:19­21; 4:6­8) 8. The Heavenly Mind (Col. 3:1­2) Conclusion Postscript: Some Pastoral Implications Appendix A: The Soul in ancient Mediterranean Thought Appendix B: Some of God's Wise Plan in Paul's Bible Indexes
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The apostle Paul has influenced and inspired countless individuals and institutions. But for some, he holds a controversial place in Christianity. This engaging book brings intellectual and cultural history into conversation with study of the New Testament, exploring why many people have been wary of Paul and what their criticisms reveal about the church and the broader culture. Endorsements "Many scholars write only for other scholars, and some experts are adept at writing for more general audiences, but only a few can write well with both audiences in mind. Patrick Gray is one of those rare scholars, and his book on reactions to Paul through the centuries is a gem that merits the attention of all readers interested in early Christianity's most controversial apostle."--John T. Fitzgerald, University of Notre Dame "With much erudition, eloquence, and wit, Patrick Gray sets forth a fascinating two-thousand-year history of anti-Paulinism. Citing both scholarly and popular sources, he exposes the various (and at times bewildering) attitudes, assumptions, and motivations that lie behind the virile dislike of the apostle to the gentiles. This book will challenge both friends and foes of Paul to reflect critically on the relationship between Paul and the one he proclaimed as Messiah and Lord."--Thomas D. Stegman, SJ, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry "Every Paul scholar knows that Paul has always been controversial, but I wager that few know the breadth and depth of the animus toward him surveyed by Patrick Gray. Not everyone will agree with Gray's perspectives on all issues, but everyone will benefit from his thorough research and astute insights. I will not be able to resist using this volume in upcoming Paul seminars. It is sure to be a great discussion starter." --Mark D. Given, Missouri State University "Gray provides an insightful and accessible overview of the negative reception of the apostle Paul, from the Corinthians to Kazantzakis. An important contribution is the way in which Gray steers a reasonable middle course amid choppy, polemical waters. This book has great potential for sparking lively discussion in a classroom setting."--David L. Eastman, author of Paul the Martyr: The Cult of the Apostle in the Latin West
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Exodus Thomas Joseph White, OP Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible R. R. Reno, general editor; Robert W. Jenson, Robert Louis Wilken, Ephraim Radner, Michael Root, and George Sumner, series editors
Q July 2016 336 pp. · cloth · $32.99 978-1-58743-346-7 Commentaries, Pentateuch, Theological Interpretation a ebook available
Thomas Joseph White, OP (DPhil, Oxford University) is director of the Thomistic Institute and associate professor of systematic theology at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He is the author of several books, including Wisdom in the Face of Modernity: A Thomistic Study in Natural Theology and The Incarnate Lord: A Thomistic Study in Christology. He was appointed a member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Series Editors The general editor for the Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible is R. R. Reno (editor, First Things). Series editors include Robert W. Jenson (Center of Theological Inquiry); Robert Louis Wilken (University of Virginia); Ephraim Radner (Wycliffe College, University of Toronto); Michael Root (Catholic University of America); and George Sumner (Episcopal Diocese of Dallas).
Exodus recounts the origins of ancient Israel, but it is also a book of religious symbols. How should it be interpreted, especially in light of modern historical-critical study? In this addition to an acclaimed series, a respected scholar offers a theological reading of Exodus that highlights Aquinas's interpretations of the text. As with other volumes in the series, this commentary is ideal for those called to ministry, serving as a rich resource for preachers, teachers, students, and Study Groups.
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A Manifesto for Theological Interpretation Craig G. Bartholomew and Heath A. Thomas, editors
Recent decades have witnessed a renaissance of theological interpretation. Craig Bartholomew and Heath Thomas bring together a team of specialists to articulate a multifaceted vision for returning rigorous biblical interpretation to the context of the church. Developed by the internationally recognized Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar, this book is designed to bring clarity and unity to the enterprise of theological interpretation. It positively integrates multiple approaches to interpreting the Bible, combining academic rigor with pastoral sensitivity for professors, students, and church leaders. Contents Preface Craig G. Bartholomew and Heath A. Thomas A Manifesto for Theological Interpretation 1. The History and Reemergence of Theological Interpretation Angus Paddison 2. Doctrine of Scripture and Theological Interpretation Michael W. Goheen and Michael D. Williams 3. The Ecclesia as Primary Context for the Reception of the Bible Robby Holt and Aubrey Spears 4. Theological Interpretation and Historical Criticism Murray Rae 5. The Role of Hermeneutics and Philosophy in Theological Interpretation William P. Olhausen 6. The Canon and Theological Interpretation Stephen G. Dempster 7. Biblical Theology and Theological Interpretation David J. H. Beldman and Jonathan Swales 8. Mission and Theological Interpretation Michael W. Goheen and Christopher J. H. Wright 9. The Telos (Goal) of Theological Interpretation Heath A. Thomas 10. A Framework for Theological Interpretation Denis Farkasfalvy 11. Theological Commentary Mark Gignilliat and Jonathan T. Pennington 12. Theological Interpretation for All of Life Craig G. Bartholomew and Matthew Y. Emerson Indexes
Craig G. Bartholomew (PhD, University of Bristol) is the H. Evan Runner Professor of Philosophy at Redeemer University College. He founded the internationally recognized Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar and is the author of several books, including Ecclesiastes in the Baker Commentary on the Old Testament Wisdom and Psalms series. He is also an associate editor of the Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible and the coauthor, with Michael W. Goheen, of The Drama of Scripture, Living at the Crossroads, and Christian Philosophy. Heath A. Thomas (PhD, University of Gloucestershire) is dean of the Herschel H. Hobbs College of Theology and Ministry and professor of Old Testament at Oklahoma Baptist University. He serves as the chair of the Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar.
I May 2016 304 pp. · paper · $29.99 978-0-8010-3087-1 Hermeneutics/ Exegesis, Theological Interpretation a ebook available
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Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible Kevin J. Vanhoozer, ed.; Craig G. Bartholomew, Daniel J. Treier, and N. T. Wright, associate eds. 896 pp. · cloth · $64.99 978-0-8010-2694-2 ebook available
Creation Untamed The Bible, God, and Natural Disasters Terence E. Fretheim 176 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-3893-8 ebook available
Introducing Theological Interpretation of Scripture Recovering a Christian Practice Daniel J. Treier 224 pp. · paper · $22.00 978-0-8010-3178-6 EU rights: IVP ebook available
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The Drama of Scripture Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story, 2nd ed. Craig G. Bartholomew and Michael W. Goheen 272 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-4956-9 EU rights: SPCK ebook available 9
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The Apostle Paul and the Christian Life Ethical and Missional Implications of the New Perspective Scot McKnight and Joseph B. Modica, editors
I March 2016 224 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-4976-7 Pauline Studies a ebook available
Scot McKnight (PhD, University of Nottingham) is Julius R. Mantey Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary. He is a world-renowned scholar, writer, and speaker. His blog, Jesus Creed, is one of the most popular and influential evangelical blogs. He is the author or editor of more than fifty books, including Kingdom Conspiracy, The Jesus Creed, The King Jesus Gospel, and Sermon on the Mount. McKnight is also a canon theologian for the Diocese of Churches for the Sake of Others. Joseph B. Modica (PhD, Drew University) is university chaplain and associate professor of biblical studies at Eastern University. He is the coeditor, with Scot McKnight, of Jesus Is Lord, Caesar Is Not: Evaluating Empire in New Testament Studies.
The new perspective on Paul has been criticized by some as not having value for ordinary Christians living ordinary lives. In this volume, world-renowned scholars offer a response to this question: How does the apostle Paul understand the Christian life? They explore the implications of the new perspective on Paul for the Christian life as well as the church. Contributors include James D. G. Dunn, Lynn H. Cohick, Timothy G. Gombis, Tara Beth Leach, Bruce W. Longenecker, Scot McKnight, Patrick Mitchel, and N. T. Wright. The book makes a fresh contribution to the new perspective on Paul conversation and offers important new insights into the orientation of the Christian life. Endorsements "Although the new perspective on Paul has been controversial, it has also been a great impetus toward rethinking theology and practice, not least in forcing us to see how the issues of grace and race are indelibly bound up together. In this volume, McKnight and Modica lead an international team of biblical scholars in thinking through what it means to say that God saves Jews and Gentiles through faith in Jesus, and how this shapes mission, ethics, holiness, community, and the Christian life. A stimulating and stirring read about what Paul means today!"--Michael F. Bird, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia "`Can these dry bones (of academic theories) live?' This question-- the `so what' factor--is not asked often enough in academia. But this book commences with the `so what' question in regard to the `new perspective' on Paul. In recent years, some have declared the new perspective to be passй at best and dead at worst. The contributors to this book make a cogent case not only that the new perspective is still a compelling reading of Paul in his context, but also that it draws out a depth and vitality in his theology and spirituality that can guide the Christian life and the church's life today."--Nijay K. Gupta, George Fox Evangelical Seminary
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The Church according to Paul Rediscovering the Community Conformed to Christ James W. Thompson 304 pp. · paper · $26.99 978-0-8010-4882-1 ebook available
Moral Formation according to Paul The Context and Coherence of Pauline Ethics James W. Thompson 272 pp. · paper · $27.00 978-0-8010-3902-7 ebook available
Paul and the Early Jewish Encounter with Deuteronomy David Lincicum 304 pp. · paper · $40.00 978-0-8010-4910-1 USA, Canada, and the UK only
Galatians and Christian Theology Justification, the Gospel, and Ethics in Paul's Letter Mark W. Elliott, Scott J. Hafemann, N. T. Wright, and John Frederick, eds. 400 pp. · paper · $40.00 978-0-8010-4951-4 ebook available
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Hebrews Mary Healy Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture Peter S. Williamson and Mary Healy, series editors
In this addition to the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture, Mary Healy unpacks the Letter to the Hebrews, making its difficult and puzzling passages accessible to students, pastoral ministers, and lay readers. Her commentary shows how Hebrews reveals the meaning of Christ's death in light of the Old Testament figures, rites, and sacrifices that foreshadowed it. Healy explains that Hebrews, when fully understood, transforms our understanding of who God is, what he has done for us, and how we are to live as Christians today.
About the Series The Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture responds to the desire of Catholics to study the Bible in depth and in a way that integrates Scripture with Catholic doctrine, worship, and daily life. Series volumes are packed with features designed to help readers use the Bible more effectively in teaching, preaching, evangelization, and other forms of ministry. Each volume provides exegesis as well as reflection and application sections. Cross-references link each passage to the Catechism, the Lectionary, and related biblical texts. Sidebars present information on the background of the text and on how the text has been interpreted by the Church. Abundant quotations from saints and Church Fathers enable readers to glimpse the continuity of Catholic tradition. Each volume includes a glossary, a list of suggested resources, an index of pastoral topics, and an index of sidebars. Further resources are posted at the series website,
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The Gospel of Matthew Curtis Mitch and Edward Sri 384 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-3602-6 ebook available The Gospel of Mark Mary Healy 352 pp. · paper · $21.99 978-0-8010-3586-9 ebook available The Gospel of John Francis Martin and William M. Wright IV 368 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-3647-7 ebook available Acts of the Apostles William S. Kurz, SJ 400 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-3633-0 ebook available
First Corinthians George T. Montague, SM 320 pp. · paper · $22.00 978-0-8010-3632-3 ebook available Second Corinthians Thomas D. Stegman, SJ 320 pp. · paper · $22.00 978-0-8010-3583-8 ebook available Ephesians Peter S. Williamson 224 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-3584-5 ebook available Philippians, Colossians, Philemon Dennis Hamm, SJ 256 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-3646-0 ebook available
First and Second Timothy, Titus George T. Montague, SM 272 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-3581-4 ebook available First and Second Peter, Jude Daniel Keating 240 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-3645-3 ebook available Revelation Peter S. Williamson 384 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-3650-7 ebook available
Mary Healy (STD, Pontifical Gregorian University) is associate professor of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. In 2014 she was appointed by Pope Francis to a five-year term on the Pontifical Biblical Commission. She is the author of several books, including The Gospel of Mark in the Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture, for which she serves as coeditor.
I June 2016 352 pp. · paper · $21.99 978-0-8010-3603-3 Commentaries, General Epistles/Revelation a ebook available
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Old Testament Textual Criticism A Practical Introduction, 2nd ed. Ellis R. Brotzman and Eric J. Tully
I July 2016 272 pp. · paper · $24.99 978-0-8010-9753-9 Hebrew, Old Testament a ebook available
Ellis R. Brotzman (PhD, New York University), now retired, was senior professor of Old Testament at Tyndale Theological Seminary in the Netherlands for more than twenty years. He has taught at a variety of institutions around the world and continues to teach in his retirement. Eric J. Tully (PhD, University of Wisconsin­Madison) is assistant professor of Old Testament and Semitic languages at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. Prior to coming to Trinity, he taught at the University of Wisconsin­Madison and Nashotah House Theological Seminary. Tully is the author of The Translation and Translator of the Peshitta of Hosea.
This accessibly written, practical introduction to Old Testament textual criticism helps students understand the discipline and begin thinking through complex issues for themselves. The authors combine proven expertise in the classroom with cutting-edge work in Hebrew textual studies. The book includes clear discussions of how biblical manuscripts were copied, how manuscripts relate to each other historically, how translators have affected the text, and the impact of different readings on our interpretation. This successful classic has been thoroughly expanded and updated to account for the many changes in the field over the past twenty years. It includes examples, illustrations, an updated bibliography, and a textual commentary on the book of Ruth. Praise for the First Edition "The first half of this book is an excellent general introduction to the text of the Old Testament, its history and transmission. . . . The second half of the book is for those with at least a year of Hebrew under their belts. . . . An excellent place for the intermediate student to begin."--Lee Gatiss, Churchman Contents Introduction 1. Writing in the Ancient Near East 2. A Brief Overview of the Transmission of the Old Testament Text 3. Hebrew Texts of the Old Testament 4. Ancient Translations of the Old Testament 5. Critical Editions of the Old Testament Text 6. Scribal Changes in the Old Testament Text 7. Principles and Practice of Textual Criticism 8. Textual Commentary on the Book of Ruth Conclusion Appendix A: An English Key to BHS Appendix B: What Text(s) Are We Attempting to Reconstruct? Glossary Indexes
Also of Interest Beginning Biblical Hebrew A Grammar and Illustrated Reader John A. Cook and Robert D. Holmstedt 324 pp. · paper · $39.99 978-0-8010-4886-9
Ancient Israel's History An Introduction to Issues and Sources Bill T. Arnold and Richard S. Hess, eds. 560 pp. · cloth · $44.99 978-0-8010-3930-0 ebook available
For the Glory of God Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship Daniel I. Block 432 pp. · cloth · $36.99 978-0-8010-2698-0 ebook available
Encountering the Old Testament A Christian Survey, 3rd ed. Bill T. Arnold and Bryan E. Beyer 560 pp. · cloth · $49.99 978-0-8010-4953-8 ebook available
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Intermediate Greek Grammar Syntax for Students of the New Testament David L. Mathewson and Elodie Ballantine Emig
This intermediate grammar for students of New Testament Greek incorporates the advances of recent linguistic research in an accessible and understandable way. Drawing on years of teaching experience at a leading seminary, David Mathewson and Elodie Ballantine Emig help students extend their grasp of Greek for reading and interpreting the New Testament and related writings. The authors make extensive use of New Testament texts to illustrate each grammatical category. They take into account the most significant advances in Greek language study (verbal aspect, Discourse analysis, linguistics, the "death" of deponency) and focus on major and exegetically significant grammatical usages. Long enough to provide substantial help yet concise enough for frequent practical use, this book is ideal for intermediate Greek and Greek exegesis classes. It is also a valuable resource for preachers and other interpreters. Contents Introduction 1. The Cases 2. Pronouns 3. Adjectives 4. The Article 5. Prepositions 6. The Greek Verb System 7. Voice, Person, and Number 8. Mood 9. Infinitives 10. Participles 11. Clauses, Conditional Clauses, and Relative Clauses 12. Dependent Clauses, Conjunctions 13. Discourse Considerations Indexes
David L. Mathewson (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is associate professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary. He is the author of a forthcoming commentary on the Greek text of 1­2 Kings and of the Revelation volume in the Baylor Handbook on the Greek New Testament as well as Verbal Aspect in the Book of Revelation. Elodie Ballantine Emig (MA, Denver Seminary) is instructor of New Testament Greek at Denver Seminary. In addition to various other endeavors in ministry, research, and writing, she has been helping seminary students learn Greek well for three decades.
I August 2016 304 pp. · cloth · $32.99 978-0-8010-3072-7 Greek a ebook available
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Reading Koine Greek An Introduction and Integrated Workbook Rodney J. Decker 704 pp. · cloth · $49.99 978-0-8010-3928-7 ebook available
Grammatical Concepts 101 for Biblical Greek Learning Biblical Greek Grammatical Concepts through English Grammar Gary A. Long 264 pp. · paper · $25.00 978-0-8010-4693-3 ebook available
Elements of Biblical Exegesis A Basic Guide for Students and Ministers, rev. and exp. ed. Michael J. Gorman 304 pp. · paper · $21.99 978-0-8010-4640-7 ebook available
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The Apostolic Fathers, 3rd ed. Greek Texts and English Translations Michael W. Holmes, ed. and trans. 832 pp. · cloth · $44.99 978-0-8010-3468-8 13
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Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian A Kingdom Corrective to the Evangelical Gender Debate Michelle Lee-Barnewall Foreword by Craig L. Blomberg Afterword by Lynn H. Cohick
I March 2016 240 pp. · paper · $22.99 978-0-8010-3957-7 New Testament, Gender Studies a ebook available
Michelle Lee-Barnewall (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is associate professor of biblical and theological studies at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. She is the author of Paul, the Stoics, and the Body of Christ.
Also of Interest Handbook of Women Biblical Interpreters A Historical and Biographical Guide Marion Ann Taylor, ed.; Agnes Choi, associate ed. 608 pp. · cloth · $45.00 978-0-8010-3356-8 ebook available
The Liberating Image The Imago Dei in Genesis 1 J. Richard Middleton 304 pp. · paper · $28.00 978-1-58743-110-4 ebook available
Regarding gender relations, the evangelical world is divided between complementarians and egalitarians. While both perspectives have much to contribute, the discussion has reached a stalemate. Michelle LeeBarnewall critiques both sides of the debate, challenging the standard premises and arguments and offering new insight into a perennially divisive issue in the church. She brings fresh biblical exegesis to bear on our cultural situation, presenting an alternative way to move the discussion forward. Endorsements "Imagine using core biblical themes like corporateness, servant leadership, mutuality, and unity to discuss issues of the relationship of men and women to one another in the church. Imagine focusing not on power or rights but on the example of Christ. If you imagine reframing the gender discussion in helpful ways, then you will be interested in Neither Complementarian nor Egalitarian. When one serves while leading and pays special attention to corporate versus individual themes, things are transformed from the way the world (and sometimes the way the church on both sides of the debate) talks about them. Read this book no matter which side of the debate you are on­­and think afresh." --Darrell L. Bock, Dallas Theological Seminary "The church's debate over gender and leadership has become an intractable problem because we have adopted the model of the world, where leadership is about equality, rights, privilege, power, and position. Michelle Lee-Barnewall calls for a radical paradigm shift that adopts the upside-down values of the kingdom of God, where humility, love, service, unity, and responsibility replace power, privilege, and position as the guiding principles for true servant leadership. If put into practice, this book would transform not only the gender debate but also the prevailing model for all Christian leadership."--Mark L. Strauss, Bethel Seminary San Diego "In a debate often polarized by shrill rhetoric, Lee-Barnewall rightly urges us instead to take each passage and argument on its own terms and to put kingdom principles first. Regardless of whether one agrees with every detail of Lee-Barnewall's reconstruction, her spirit and larger vision offer a constructive way forward, including a willingness to hear and learn from those with whom we may not agree on every point."--Craig S. Keener, Asbury Theological Seminary
As Christ Submits to the Church A Biblical Understanding of Leadership and Mutual Submission Alan G. Padgett 176 pp. · paper · $20.00 978-0-8010-2700-0 ebook available
Women in the World of the Earliest Christians Illuminating Ancient Ways of Life Lynn H. Cohick 352 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3172-4 ebook available
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The Lost Letters of Pergamum A Story from the New Testament World, 2nd ed. Bruce W. Longenecker
This fascinating novel portraying a Roman citizen's spiritual transformation offers a fresh, engaging, and creative way to learn about the New Testament world. The first edition has been widely used in the classroom. With improved readability and narrative flow, the second edition will bring the social and political world of Jesus and his first followers to life for many more students of the Bible. Praise for the First Edition "A creative and enjoyable story that is true to much of what we know about early Christianity in its environment. The narrative both teaches and engages the imagination as to how events in late firstcentury Pergamum might have happened."--Carolyn Osiek, Brite Divinity School "Longenecker's Letters present in a fascinating and compelling way the contexts of Second Temple Judaism and Greco-Roman urban life. And the narrative he weaves is not only believable but also engaging, both academically and personally. This untraditional presentation deserves a wide readership among all concerned more traditionally with the ethos of New Testament backgrounds."--Joel B. Green, Fuller Theological Seminary "A savvy and creative introduction to the New Testament world, disguised as a collection of `lost' letters between Luke and several wellpositioned members of Roman society. The genius of the book lies in its fusion of current New Testament scholarship with a very plausible, personal narrative."--Bruce Fisk, Westmont College "This fictional correspondence is not true, but it certainly could have been. Longenecker writes a very engaging account of several characters who, in their different ways, came to experience and respond to the risen Jesus Christ through Luke's narrative. I was especially moved by the character of Antipas as he is ennobled by being transformed from a Roman dignitary into a model of Christian selfsacrifice."--Stanley E. Porter, McMaster Divinity College "The book will be particularly useful to those beginning NT studies and wanting to get into the NT world."--David Wenham, Themelios "This book could be used nicely as a supplementary text for a college or seminary New Testament class."--Robert L. Plummer, Southern Baptist Journal of Theology "The fictional and factual weave should spark imaginations and substantive discussions."--Fred W. Burnett, Religious Studies Review
Bruce W. Longenecker (PhD, University of Durham) is professor of religion and W. W. Melton Chair of Religion at Baylor University. He previously taught at the University of St. Andrews, the University of Cambridge, and Durham University. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including Thinking through Paul: A Survey of His Life, Letters, and Theology ; The Cross before Constantine: The Early Life of a Christian Symbol; and Philippians and Philemon in the Paideia commentary series.
I April 2016 208 pp. · paper · $19.99 978-0-8010-9796-6 New Testament Backgrounds/Historical Studies/ Archaeology, Gospels/Acts a ebook available
The World of the New Testament Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts Joel B. Green and Lee Martin McDonald, eds. 640 pp. · cloth · $49.99 978-0-8010-3962-1 ebook available
The Cultural World of the Bible An Illustrated Guide to Manners and Customs, 4th ed. Victor H. Matthews 336 pp. · paper · $26.99 978-0-8010-4973-6 ebook available
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Introducing the New Testament A Historical, Literary, and Theological Survey Mark Allan Powell 560 pp. · cloth · $44.99 978-0-8010-2868-7 ebook available
Seven Events That Shaped the New Testament World Warren Carter 192 pp. · paper · $21.99 978-0-8010-3916-4 ebook available
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Philippians and Philemon James W. Thompson and Bruce W. Longenecker Paideia: Commentaries on the New Testament Mikeal C. Parsons, Charles H. Talbert, and Bruce W. Longenecker, series editors
I August 2016 240 pp. · paper · $30.00 (maximum discount 40%) 978-0-8010-3339-1 Commentaries, Pauline Studies a ebook available
James W. Thompson (PhD, Vanderbilt University) is scholar in residence at the Graduate School of Theology at Abilene Christian University. He is the editor of Restoration Quarterly and the author of numerous books, including Moral Formation according to Paul, Pastoral Ministry according to Paul, The Church according to Paul, and Hebrews in the Paideia commentary series. Bruce W. Longenecker (PhD, University of Durham) is professor of religion and W. W. Melton Chair of Religion at Baylor University. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books, including The Lost Letters of Pergamum; Thinking through Paul: A Survey of His Life, Letters, and Theology ; and The Cross before Constantine: The Early Life of a Christian Symbol.
Two respected senior New Testament scholars examine cultural context and theological meaning in Philippians and Philemon in this addition to the well-received Paideia series. Paideia commentaries explore how New Testament texts form Christian readers by attending to the ancient narrative and rhetorical strategies the text employs, showing how the text shapes theological convictions and moral habits, and making judicious use of maps, photos, and sidebars in a reader-friendly format. Students, pastors, and other readers will appreciate the historical, literary, and theological insight offered in this practical commentary.
Editorial Board Paul J. Achtemeier (emeritus, Union Theological Seminary in Virginia), Loveday Alexander (University of Sheffield), C. Clifton Black (Princeton Theological Seminary), Susan R. Garrett (Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary), Francis J. Moloney, SDB (Salesian Province of Australia)
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Matthew Charles H. Talbert 400 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3192-2 ebook available
Romans Frank J. Matera 400 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3189-2 ebook available
Hebrews James W. Thompson 352 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3191-5 ebook available
Mark Mary Ann Beavis 320 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3437-4 ebook available Luke Mikeal C. Parsons 448 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3190-8 ebook available John Jo-Ann A. Brant 352 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3454-1 ebook available Acts Mikeal C. Parsons 464 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3188-5 ebook available
First Corinthians Pheme Perkins 256 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3390-2 ebook available Second Corinthians Raymond F. Collins 320 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3186-1 ebook available Galatians Peter Oakes 240 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3275-2 ebook available Ephesians and Colossians Charles H. Talbert 320 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3128-1 ebook available
James and Jude John Painter and David A. deSilva 272 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3634-7 ebook available First and Second Peter Duane F. Watson and Terrance Callan 272 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3227-1 ebook available First, Second, and Third John George L. Parsenios 208 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3342-1 ebook available
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First and Second Thessalonians Todd D. Still
First and Second Timothy, Titus Christopher R. Hutson
Revelation Sigve Tonstad
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Craig G. Bartholomew (PhD, University of Bristol) is the H. Evan Runner Professor of Philosophy at Redeemer University College. He founded the internationally recognized Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar and is the coauthor of The Drama of Scripture, Living at the Crossroads, and Christian Philosophy. Also by the Author Ecclesiastes Craig G. Bartholomew 448 pp. · paper · $40.00 978-0-8010-9744-7 ebook available Where Mortals Dwell A Christian View of Place for Today Craig G. Bartholomew 384 pp. · paper · $32.00 978-0-8010-3637-8 ebook available
Introducing Biblical Hermeneutics A Comprehensive Framework for Hearing God in Scripture Craig G. Bartholomew "This impressive book builds upon and develops the many insights of the Scripture and Hermeneutics series, which Bartholomew coedited. It therefore includes sophisticated work on truth, listening to Scripture, biblical theology, tradition, historical-critical methods, canon, philosophy, history, literature, theology, and academic inquiry. It embodies detailed discussion with leading thinkers in these fields and offers many wise and commonsense evaluations. Above all it stresses the need to listen to Scripture and to God. I warmly commend this book."--Anthony C. Thiselton, University of Nottingham "Bartholomew has been laboring in the fields of biblical interpretation and hermeneutics for years, and this book represents the abundant harvest." --Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School "Any individual interested in biblical hermeneutics should have this volume on a readily accessible shelf. Any classes on the subject should have it as an indispensable vade mecum. Highly recommended." --James D. G. Dunn, Durham University
Now Available 640 pp. · cloth · $44.99 978-0-8010-3977-5 Hermeneutics/Exegesis, Philosophy a ebook available
Craig S. Keener (PhD, Duke University) is the F. M. and Ada Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is the author of many books, including The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, Miracles: The Credibility of the New Testament Accounts, and numerous commentaries.
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Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vol. 1 Introduction and 1:1­2:47 Craig S. Keener 1,088 pp. · cloth · $69.99 978-0-8010-4836-4 ebook available Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vol. 2 3:1­14:28 Craig S. Keener 1,200 pp. · cloth · $69.99 978-0-8010-4837-1 ebook available
Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vol. 3 15:1­23:35 Craig S. Keener 1,200 pp. · cloth · $69.99 978-0-8010-4838-8 ebook available Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, 4 vols. Craig S. Keener 4,640 pp. · cloth · $229.99 978-0-8010-3989-8
Acts: An Exegetical Commentary, vol. 4 24:1­28:31 Craig S. Keener "With this enormous commentary, Craig Keener deploys his breathtaking knowledge of the classical world to shine a bright light on both the big picture of Acts and ten thousand small details. Students of Acts will be in his debt for generations to come."--N. T. Wright, University of St. Andrews "No wise and patient scholar will tackle a passage in Acts without engaging Keener. He reads Acts as strictly historical in aim and detail and does so with a lack of rancor and polemic that invites all to ponder his conclusions. If for no other reason, the richness of detail and depth of immersion in primary sources guarantee a long and honored life for these volumes."--Richard I. Pervo, author of Acts: A Commentary (Hermeneia) "This is a remarkable scholarly achievement that will be eagerly used by a wide range of readers." --I. Howard Marshall, University of Aberdeen Acts, 4 vols., is a Christianity Today 2016 Book Award Winner
Now Available 1,152 pp. · cloth · $59.99 978-0-8010-4839-5 Commentaries, Gospels/Acts a ebook available
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Now Available 432 pp. · paper · $36.00 (maximum discount 40%) 978-0-8010-3649-1 Greek, Hebrew, Old Testament a ebook available
Invitation to the Septuagint, 2nd ed. Karen H. Jobes and Moisйs Silva This second edition has been substantially revised, expanded, and updated to reflect major advances in Septuagint studies. Endorsements "Invitation proposes a full tour of Septuagint studies. All aspects of the ancient Greek version are explored, with extensive examples and discussion of scholarly approaches. The first edition, whose excellent reputation is entirely deserved, will be superseded by this second edition. This book merits a place in the library of anyone seriously interested in the study of the Bible."--Jan Joosten, University of Oxford "Since the first edition of Jobes and Silva's groundbreaking introduction, research on and interest in the Septuagint has increased dramatically. This new edition has incorporated the most up-to-date scholarship in the same informed and accessible style as the first. This volume should be on the shelf of all who are interested in this corpus."--Benjamin G. Wright, Lehigh University
Karen H. Jobes (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is Gerald F. Hawthorne Professor of New Testament Greek and Exegesis, Emerita, at Wheaton College. Moisйs Silva (PhD, University of Manchester) has taught biblical studies at Westmont College, Westminster Theological Seminary, and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. Also by the Authors 1 Peter Karen H. Jobes 384 pp. · cloth · $39.99 978-0-8010-2674-4 ebook available Philippians, 2nd ed. Moisйs Silva 272 pp. · cloth · $32.99 978-0-8010-2681-2 ebook available
Now Available 224 pp. · paper · $19.99 978-0-8010-9748-5 Old Testament, Evangelicalism, Hermeneutics/Exegesis a ebook available
Inspiration and Incarnation Evangelicals and the Problem of the Old Testament, 2nd ed. Peter Enns This tenth anniversary edition includes an updated bibliography and a substantive postscript that reflects on the reception of the first edition. Endorsements "Peter Enns has done the evangelical church an immense service by challenging preconceived notions of what the Bible ought to be by insisting on building his high view of Scripture on what God intended Scripture to be. One does not have to agree with all his conclusions to understand why this book has helped and will continue to help many people to embrace Scripture as God's Word to us."--Tremper Longman III, Westmont College "A superb resource. This second edition, with its profound concluding reflections on the nature of Scripture after ten years of responses to the first edition, promises to be even more effective in helping students of the Bible appreciate more fully the inscripturated Word made flesh."--Richard Middleton, Northeastern Seminary, Roberts Wesleyan College
Peter Enns (PhD, Harvard University) is the Abram S. Clemens Professor of Biblical Studies at Eastern University. He was formerly senior fellow of biblical studies for The BioLogos Foundation. Enns has authored or edited numerous books, including The Bible Tells Me So and The Evolution of Adam. Also of Interest The Evolution of Adam What the Bible Does and Doesn't Say about Human Origins Peter Enns 192 pp. · paper · $19.00 978-1-58743-315-3 ebook available God's Word in Human Words An Evangelical Appropriation of Critical Biblical Scholarship Kenton L. Sparks 416 pp. · paper · $32.00 978-0-8010-2701-7 ebook available
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Bible & interpretation
Joel B. Green (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is dean of the School of Theology, professor of New Testament interpretation, and associate dean for the Center for Advanced Theological Studies at Fuller Theological Seminary. He has authored, coauthored, or edited numerous books, including The World of the New Testament. Also by the Author Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics Joel B. Green, general ed.; Jacqueline E. Lapsley, Rebekah Miles, and Allen Verhey, associate eds. 912 pp. · cloth · $60.00 978-0-8010-3406-0 ebook available Practicing Theological Interpretation Engaging Biblical Texts for Faith and Formation Joel B. Green 160 pp. · paper · $22.00 978-0-8010-3963-8 ebook available
Conversion in Luke-Acts Divine Action, Human Cognition, and the People of God Joel B. Green "Joel Green takes our understanding of repentance and conversion in Luke-Acts, and indeed the whole New Testament, to a new level of methodological sophistication. He delves into important aspects of modern cognitive studies and theory as a tool for understanding human experience and concludes that repentance/conversion (rightly regarded as synonymous) must be viewed as a holistic, embodied phenomenon. Green also correctly emphasizes that conversion is not just a once-for-all experience but rather constitutes the beginning of a lifelong journey within the context of the faith community."--David Aune, University of Notre Dame "Joel Green offers a fresh account of conversion in Luke-Acts that is exegetically fruitful and eminently readable. Green's cognitive approach expertly explores the communal, embodied nature of Lukan conversion and examines passages both expected and unexpected along the way. Students and scholars alike will find Green's navigation of Luke's narrative theology of conversion a welcome read."--Brittany E. Wilson, Duke University Divinity School
Now Available 208 pp. · paper · $25.00 (maximum discount 40%) 978-0-8010-9760-7 Gospels/Acts a ebook available
Ellen T. Charry (PhD, Temple University) is Margaret W. Harmon Professor of Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. She is the author of several books, including God and the Art of Happiness, and serves as an editor-atlarge for The Christian Century.
Psalms 1­50 Ellen T. Charry Foreword by William P. Brown Brazos Theological Commentary on the Bible R. R. Reno, general editor; Robert W. Jenson, Robert Louis Wilken, Ephraim Radner, Michael Root, and George Sumner, series editors
Also of Interest Invitation to the Psalms A Reader's Guide for Discovery and Engagement Rolf A. Jacobson and Karl N. Jacobson 192 pp. · paper · $19.99 978-0-8010-3644-6 ebook available Psalms as Torah Reading Biblical Song Ethically Gordon J. Wenham 256 pp. · paper · $24.00 978-0-8010-3168-7 ebook available
"It is a wonder and a gift to have a systematic theologian slow down and focus attention on the particularity of biblical texts. No one doing theology can do that more effectively than Charry, who considers the Psalms in their ancient orbit but draws them boldly toward contemporaneity for Christian readers."--Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary "A very thoughtful, theological reflection on the Psalter. Truly to be commended is the seriousness with which Charry takes up the settings provided by the Psalm titles themselves as well as the questions raised by Jewish and Christian interpreters over the centuries. In this way, the commentary allows the theological depth of the Psalter to open up new vistas for the religious life."--Gary A. Anderson, University of Notre Dame
Now Available 304 pp. · cloth · $29.99 978-1-58743-157-9 Commentaries, Wisdom/Poetry, Theological Interpretation a ebook available
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Bible & interpretation Using and Enjoying Biblical Greek Reading the New Testament with Fluency and Devotion Rodney A. Whitacre
Rodney A. Whitacre (PhD, University of Cambridge) is professor emeritus of biblical studies at Trinity School for Ministry. He is the author of A Patristic Greek Reader and John in the IVP New Testament Commentary.
course help for professors & study aids for students
Now Available 272 pp. · paper · $24.99 978-0-8010-4994-1 Greek a ebook available
Now Available 208 pp. · paper · $16.99 978-1-58743-375-7 Gospels/Acts, Spirituality/Spiritual Formation a ebook available
"This is a book of strategies--strategies for increasing one's working vocabulary, strategies for developing fluency and even immediacy in reading the Greek text, strategies for analyzing sentences to understand their constituent parts and internal relations, strategies for overcoming (at last!) the divide between academic study of the Greek text and devotional appropriation. The person who employs these strategies, even selectively, will assuredly drink more deeply of what the biblical text has to offer those who read it in its own Mother Tongue."--David A. deSilva, Ashland Theological Seminary "Long known as a master in the essential profession of teaching Koine Greek, Whitacre has done what very few can. Here is a primer for reading Greek fluently. The work is filled with helpful explanations of complex matters, useful examples, detailed application of the principles taught, and extensive footnotes with pathways to more advanced study. I will be using and recommending this pedagogical tour de force for years to come!"--Scott Hafemann, University of St. Andrews
Also of Interest A Patristic Greek Reader Rodney A. Whitacre 304 pp. · paper · $32.00 978-0-8010-4801-2 It's Still Greek to Me An Easy-to-Understand Guide to Intermediate Greek David Alan Black 192 pp. · paper · $21.99 978-0-8010-2181-7 ebook available
Intrusive God, Disruptive Gospel Encountering the Divine in the Book of Acts Matthew L. Skinner "Matthew Skinner probes the book of Acts in an impressively effective way. He successfully negotiates the vexed issue of history and theology and offers a concise, accessible theological twist to every text he considers. His study shows the way in which the narrative text of Acts continues to be compelling for the church's self-understanding and mission."--Walter Brueggemann, Columbia Theological Seminary "There is no doubt that Acts is an entertaining read, but what is a twenty-first-century Christian to do with such an unusual collection of stories? Enter Matthew Skinner, an internationally renowned scholar of Acts who has, for decades now, immersed himself in Acts. Skinner grips our attention, all of it, as he honestly and artfully connects our experience with the book of Acts. Chapter by chapter, Skinner teaches us, raises crucial questions, and then offers bold conclusions born from his observations as both a scholar and a Christian."--Jaime Clark-Soles, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University
Matthew L. Skinner (PhD, Princeton Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament at Luther Seminary. He frequently contributes to popular Christian magazines and blogs and is a featured writer for ON Scripture (a weekly column carried by Odyssey Networks), the Huffington Post, and other online outlets. Also of Interest Can We Still Believe the Bible? An Evangelical Engagement with Contemporary Questions Craig L. Blomberg 304 pp. · paper · $19.99 978-1-58743-321-4 ebook available Acts Mikeal C. Parsons 464 pp. · paper · $30.00 978-0-8010-3188-5 ebook available
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