Encountering the New Testament: a historical and theological survey

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Baker Books, Jun 1, 1998 - Religion - 448 pages
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This book sets a new standard in introductory biblical studies with its full-color illustrations, multimedia interactive CD, accessibility, and educational soundness.

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User Review  - EverlastingRiver - Christianbook.com

Overall this book is fine. It's really provided a basic encounter for people to New Testament. The problem lies within the key terms that highlighted in bold fonts. Several of the key terms are ... Read full review

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User Review  - Snorkle - Goodreads

This book put me to sleep on a couple of occasions. It had a nice set-up and a variety of pictures and tables to read, but I just didn't find it interesting. There were so many names and dates that I ... Read full review


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Walter A. Elwell (PhD, University of Edinburgh) is emeritus professor of biblical and theological studies at Wheaton College. He has edited numerous biblical reference works, including the Baker Theological Dictionary of the Bible and The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology.

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