By Peter R. Rodgers
•The textual content type of the previous and New Testaments
•The presence or absence of introductory formulae
•The choice of texts through New testomony writers
•The program of previous testomony texts to the Gospel facts
•The mixture of numerous previous testomony texts
•The heritage of interpretation of those texts in old Judaism
•The tale or narrative that's indicated by means of those texts
•The functionality of the previous testomony citations within the New testomony writings
Each part comprises useful routines that might support the reader develop into a player within the dialogue. via those 8 lenses the reader is invited to discover this attention-grabbing topic, and during it to find what C. H. Dodd known as "the substructure of latest testomony theology."
"This e-book is attention-grabbing, essentially argued, it appears that evidently yet engagingly written, and immensely informative of the voluminous scholarly literature . . . on the topic of this crucial subject. . . . the following we've got a pragmatic advisor for critical scholars who desire to discover the wealthy wellspring of perception glaring within the New testomony use of the outdated testomony. Rodgers has given us a robust set of lenses for a clean analyzing of the Bible."
--J. Harold Ellens, writer of Understanding non secular Experience
"Now greater than ever, biblical students are appreciating simply how deeply the roots of the recent testomony move into the depths of the previous testomony soil. regrettably, so much non-scholars haven't been in a position to percentage during this attractiveness, just because nobody has supplied the conceptual tools--the lenses--for conversing approximately this fact in non-technical phrases. this is the place Peter Rodgers's Exploring the previous testomony within the New is available in. transparent, available, but conceptually on track, this ebook may be required reading."
--Nicholas Perrin, Professor of bible study and appearing Dean, Wheaton Graduate School
Peter R. Rodgers is Pastor of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Antelope, California, and Adjunct Professor of recent testomony at Fuller Theological Seminary, Sacramento Campus. he's the writer of Text and Story (Pickwick, 2011).
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