How to Do Biblical Theology
About the Contributor(s): Peter Stuhlmacher, who was born in 1932 in Leipzig, has taught New testament at the Protestant Theological Faculty in Tubingen since 1972. His main interest has long been in problems of hermeneutics and Biblical Theology. Some of his translated works are Historical Criticism and Theological Interpretation of Scripture; Reconciliation, Law & Righteousness; Jesus of Nazareth - Christ of Faith; and Paul's Letter to the Romans.
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