The New Testament: History, Literature, and Social Context

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Thomson/Wadsworth, Dec 1, 2002 - Philosophy - 595 pages
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The latest edition of THE NEW TESTAMENT: PROCLAMATION AND PARENESIS, like its predecessors, takes it primary orientation from recent developments in the social sciences. With reference to the most seminal anthropological models, sociological perspectives, and archaeological discoveries, this text provides a rigorous, yet readily engaging, introduction to the New Testament and the early development of the Christian faith. Incorporating, too, the most current hermeneutic schemes, this title illuminates the New Testament in the light of today's leading interpretive methodologies.

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Dr. Duling participates in the international Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS), the national Society of Biblical Literature and the national Catholic Biblical Association, the regional Eastern Great Lakes Biblical Society (SBL, CBA, EGLBS), and the international Social Context Group (a group of scholars that does research in the Bible and the Social Sciences). In the EGLBS he has served as President, Vice President, and Executive Secretary. In the SBL he currently co-chairs the Social Sciences and New Testament Interpretation Section. In the CBA he is a consultant for the Executive Board. In the Context Group he is a member of the Steering Committee. He was a charter member of the Jesus Seminar and active in that group from 1986-1989. Dr. Duling has authored "Jesus Christ Through History," introduced and translated "The Testament of Solomon," for "The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha" I (ed. J. Charlesworth), annotated the Gospel of Matthew in "The Harper Collins Study Bible," and has written over a hundred articles, professional papers, and reviews. In the past fourteen months he has given academic papers on Matthew at the SBL (Nashville); Notre Dame (Context Group); Wheeling (EGLBS); Pretoria, South Africa (International Context Group); and Montreal, Canada (SNTS). Currently he is finishing the fourth edition of "The New Testament. An Introduction" (Wadsworth) and working on three articles. Dr. Duling currently enjoys golf, playing piano in a trio, learning about sailing, and his family. He is married to Dr. Gretchen Smith Duling, a Gifted-Talented Coordinator in the Williamsville School District. The couple has two adult children, Teddie Anne Granville of Buffalo, New York, and Stephen Lester Ngo Duling, also of Buffalo. They have one grandson, Flynn Duling Granville.

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