The New Testament: A Student's Introduction9th Edition
The New Testament: A Student’s Introduction strikes a thoughtful balance between introduction to the Christian Greek Scriptures and discussion of the goals and methods of modern biblical scholarship. Its tone and level of detail make it an equally effective resource for students.
CHAPTER 1: An Overview of the New Testament
CHAPTER 2. How the New Testament Was Formed and Handed Down to Us
CHAPTER 3: The Diverse World of First-Century Judaism
CHAPTER 4: The World of Greek Thought and Culture
CHAPTER 5: The World of Roman Political Power
CHAPTER 6: The Gospels
CHAPTER 7: Mark's Portrait of Jesus
CHAPTER 8: Matthew's Portrait of Jesus
CHAPTER 9: Luke's Portrait of Jesus
CHAPTER 10: John's Reinterpretation of Jesus
CHAPTER 11: The Continuing Quest for the Historical Jesus
CHAPTER 12: Luke's Account of the Early Church: The Book of Acts
CHAPTER 13: Paul
CHAPTER 14: Unity, Freedom, and Christ's Return
CHAPTER 15: Freedom from Law and Justification by Faith
CHAPTER 16: Letters from Prison
CHAPTER 17: Continuing the Pauline Tradition
CHAPTER 18: General Letters on Faith and Behavior
CHAPTER 19: Continuing the Apocalyptic Hope
CHAPTER 20: Outside the Canon Other Early Christian Literature
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