6 edition of Dictionary of the later New Testament & its developments found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editors, Ralph P. Martin, Peter H. Davids.|
|Contributions||Martin, Ralph P., Davids, Peter H.|
|LC Classifications||BS2625.5 .D53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 1289 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1289|
|LC Control Number||97036095|
The basic historical information about Palestine from Alexander the Great to Herod the Great reappears in varying lengths about a dozen times. For these reasons, I do not expect that the Dictionary of the Later New Testament will appeal as widely as the previous volumes. Beasley-Murray, I. Every theological college library ought to have one, and every teacher of the New Testament ought to consult it for individual articles to recommend their students read in the library. Beginning with father, and continuing through the alphabet, the TDOT volumes present in-depth discussions of the key Hebrew and Aramaic words in the Old Testament.
But this respectability should not be the sine qua non of our scholarly endeavors. It is a lot more difficult to imagine some hypothetical readers thinking to themselves 'I wonder what the authors of James, Hebrews, etc. This initiative informatively sets the later New Testament writings in the ongoing historical trajectory of reflection on the gospel and apostolic teaching. An interesting closing sidelight is that one gets a glimpse into how long this project has been in the works when one comes across an article by Robert Guelich on the "Destruction of Jerusalem," updated by editor Evans, and recalls that Guelich passed away in the early s! And overall, the choices of material do remain outstanding.
The lexical work includes detailed surveys of a word s occurrences, not only in biblical material but also in other ancient Near Eastern writings. Commitment to a determinative canon embracing the twenty-seven books in our New Testament should make room for 1 a frank admission that books often thought to be peripheral to the alleged "center" are still held to be normative, for as Dr. Great for sermons and information The book brings practicality and relate-ability By Amazon Customer on Jun 21, Great breakdown of not only the arguments through the centuries but also the culture in which the writings took place. It is sufficient here to note that the coverage in this Dictionary willwe trust, put the readers in a position to see the ways the formulation of the Christian message developed from the Synoptic Gospels and Paul to the remaining New Testament books and then up to about the middle of the second century. The articles are weighty, written on the whole by people who are experts in the respective areas….
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Puksta on Jun 09, I never saw a bible dictionary like this before. Beasley-Murray, I. This volume extends the treatment of the various topics into the middle of the second century, by including treatment of the respective themes by the apostolic fathers. In addition, the evangelical reader will likely be unpleasantly surprised by the degree to which the moderate evangelicals in this book discount the importance of apostolic authorship.
Ancient scripts Hebrew, Greek, etc. Written by a broad range on contributors, it covers a wide range of topics, not only on the rest of the New Testament but also on the early second-century church. This overlooks the clear statement in Revelation —2 that the seventh seal opens the trumpet judgments.
And who has not felt the need for scholarly and sympathetic guidance while patiently, if with puzzlement, reading the final book, called the Revelation? The essays and the bibliographies attached are of the highest quality — short enough to read at a sitting, but packed with cutting-edge scholarship.
Having said that, there are more than a few problems with the articles put forth here.
The church is the new Israel, according to Kevin N. Download size: 4. TDOT s emphasis, though, is on Hebrew terminology and on biblical usage. How many New Testament scholars have ever heard of Maria, I wonder?
Fee, Regent College "This volume is a worthy companion to the two previous ones. Wide-ranging articles range from the books of James and Jude to household codes, from the Roman emperor cult to gnosticism and docetism, questions of canon to second-century church leaders like Ignatius and Polycarp.
Solid and in-depth By S. Evans, Stanley E. It will be a long time before anything of its magnitude, coverage, quality and "up-to-dateness" comes along again, or before anything like it will again be needed.
Craig L.The Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments takes its place alongside the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels and Dictionary of Paul and His Letters in presenting mature evangelical scholarship--committed to the authority of Scripture, utilizing the best of critical methods, and maintaining a dialogue with contemporary scholarship and the challenges facing the church.5/5(1).
The Dictionary of the Later New Testament Its Developments takes its place alongside the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels and Dictionary of Paul and His Letters /5(6). The Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments offers a summa of New Testament studies.
Designed to bring students, teachers, pastors and general readers up to date and up to speed, this one-of-a-kind reference volume presents more information than any other single work--dealing exclusively with the theology, literature.
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The Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments offers a summary of New Testament studies. Designed to bring students, teachers, pastors and general readers up to date and up to speed, this one-of-a-kind reference volume presents more information than any other single work--dealing exclusively with the theology, literature.