Hearing the New Testament: strategies for interpretation
Joel B. Green
W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 1995 - Religion - 444 pages
Exciting approaches to biblical inerpretation are introduced in this volume by contributors who are distinguished as leaders in the field of New Testament studies. Each chapter introduces a particular approach to interpretation and demonstrates, with biblical texts, how that approach can by used by students and pastors.
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The Challenge of Hearing the New Testament
The Relevance of GrecoRottian Literature and Culture
New Testament Interpretation in Historical Perspective
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