A Contemporary, Evangelical Theology Complemented by Book-by-book Introductions to the New Testament
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Version 4, you can easily add Marshall's commentary and theological perspective to your New Testament studies. Also, all footnotes related to other
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Summary of features:
•Offers the mature thought of one of our finest contemporary evangelical New Testament scholars
•Chapters devoted to each NT book or group of books serve as theological introductions to each NT book
•Features the diversity and the unity of the New Testament
•Emphasizes the missionary context, motivation and message of the New Testament
•Presents seasoned and trustworthy insights written with clarity
•Gives synthetic views of similar NT literature as well as whole of the NT
New Testament Theology: Many Witnesses, One Gospel
, I. Howard Marshall provides an updated and detailed guide to the theology of New Testament at a level and length suitable for scholars as well as serious, non-specialist students. Marshall's approach, unlike works organized around theological terms and themes, is to let the individual books of the New Testament speak for themselves, and throughout, build a composite synthesis of the unified theological message of the New Testament.
Beginning with the Gospels and Acts, proceeding to each of Paul's letters, focusing then on the Johannine literature and finally looking at Hebrews and the remaining general epistles, Marshall repeatedly stops to assess the view. On the way, he clarifies and unifies the theological viewpoints of the individual New Testament books making New Testament Theology an excellent book-by-book introduction to the New Testament.
Whether you are a pastor, student, or just want to deepen your Bible knowledge, this resource will help you make sense of the diversity of inspired voices that speak with one Gospel message throughout the New Testament