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Introduction to the New Testament,provides readers with the tools necessary for reading the New Testament literature. It is designed to help them develop a critical eye with concrete examples of how to use the insights of the various historical and literary critical methodologies for the analysis of a particular biblical text. The volume engages Christian churches' faith claims with historical- and literary-critical readings of the biblical texts. To broaden readers' awareness of the range of contemporary interpretations of the New Testament, this volume also provides examples of different inculturated readings of various New Testament texts.The volume examines issues of interpretation, modern methods of studying the Bible, the Old Testament, the Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, the letters associated with Paul, other letters and the Book of Revelations.For those interested in a thorough reading of the New Testament.
Table of Contents
|Before We Begin|
|Issues of Interpretation|
|Contemporary Methods of Studying the Bible|
|The First-Century Greco-Roman World|
|Israel's Story of Salvation|
|The Gospel According to Mark|
|The Gospel According to Matthew|
|The Gospel According to Luke|
|The Gospel According to John|
|The Synoptic Problem and Historical Jesus Research|
|Acts of the Apostles|
|Acts of the Apostles|
|The Letters Associated with Paul|
|The First and Second Letters to the Thessalonians|
|Paul's Letter to the Galatians|
|Paul's Letters to the Philippians and to Philemon|
|Paul's First and Second Letters to the Corinthians|
|Paul's Letter to the Romans|
|The Letters to the Colossians and Ephesians|
|The Pastoral Letters|
|The Letter to the Hebrews|
|The Letters of James and Jude|
|The First and Second Letters of Peter|
|The Three Letters of John|
|The Book of Revelation|
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