The New Testament : Proclamation and Parenesis, Myth and History
The third edition of this respected text represents a major rewrite. The author has given thorough attention to the details of inclusive language, while covering social-historical and literary-historical factors. Coverage includes the synoptic gospels and Acts, and the historical Jesus as the presupposition of the New Testament. Features: * Exegetical surveys promote deeper understanding as students read the New Testament. * End-of-chapter bibliographies complement an extensive general bibliography, and the research bibliography for writing term papers, includes a section on computer research. New to this edition: * An expanded Major Archaeological Discoveries, Textual Discoveries and Publications Appendix includes new selections. * Methods chapter uses an interpretation of the Lord's Prayer as a model for discussion. * Materials from appendices found in previous edition are now integrated into the text. * Chapters are reorganized and updated, with new social and historical emphasis.
- Paperback | 516 pages
- 157.48 x 228.6 x 25.4mm | 816.46g
- 01 Feb 1994
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc
- Belmont, CA, United States
- 3rd Revised edition
Table of contents
Preface. Interpreting the New Testament. The Lord's Prayer. The Social-Historical Context of the New Testament. The Cultural and Religious Environment of the New Testament. A Brief Social History of Early Christianity. The Earliest Non-Pauline Christians. Paul: Apostle to the Gentiles. Paul's Letters: Historical Context, Social Context and Theology. Early Deutero-Pauline Christianity and the Letter to the Hebrews. The Gospel of Mark: A Mysterious Apocalyptic Drama. The Gospel of Matthew: Christianity as Obedience to the New Revelation. The Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles: The Idea and Ethics of Salvation History. The Gospel and Letters of John: The Literature of the Johannine School. Revelation. The Church on the Way to Becoming an Institution: 1, Peter, James, 1, 2, Timothy, Titus, Jude, 2 Peter. The Presumption of the New Testament: Jesus. Epilogue. Appendix.