It is always helpful to have book recommendations from world-class scholars like you. What are the top volumes in the New Studies in Biblical Theology series that you would recommend?
But all NSBT volumes are worth reading and well done. I have the Word Biblical Commentary in an electronic format. Working with all 58 volumes on my computer has been a time saver when I use my Logos Bible Software. What a wonderful find, a comprehensive list of suggested references by someone in the field. I am coming to the end of my degree studies at the moment after a long break due to illness. Find now I have the luxury to be able to read and digest rather than cram things together.
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Have only just started to get into exegesis of the text, and find it facinating and stimulating the indepth process taken by many who write the theological commentaries and introduction. One thing that has stood out is the sometimes blatant copying by various commentaries of other commentaries. I have to ask do you find this as well. I try to consult at least three commentaries when doing my essays sometimes four and inevitably find that someone just repeats facts from another. With the publication date it is never too hard to figure out who copied whom.
Just something I have found surprising. It is really good and has a lot of Biblical-theological connections within it.
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I would like to ask if I can include your list of recommendations on another website. Could you email me and let me know if this would be okay? Where may I find them to read? Thank you for this informaiton the study I read was very imformative and helpful to me. The volume is a couple years away from publication, but he shares his list in the meantime.
They quickly get added to my wishlist. The mission of Biblical Foundations is to help restore the biblical foundations for the family, the church, and society. In order to help believers defend biblical, historic Christianity, this site provides biblically based, theologically grounded, and missionally oriented resources on a variety of topics.
Kostenberger, I know you list at the very least, some progressive dispensational commentaries. Kostenberger, Thank you for your confirmation. Looks like I have some shopping to do!! K, What are the top volumes in the New Studies in Biblical Theology series that you would recommend? Kostenberger, What do you think of Dr. The pressure is on for the OT List! Thank you for your time in putting this together. Pontifical Biblical Institute, Die Tradition und der Charakter des ersten Johannesbriefes: Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Taufe im Urchristentum und in der alten Kirche.
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Zur Interpretation von 1 Joh. Semitische Syntax im Neuen Testament. The Apocalypse of Abraham.
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Studies in Biblical Theology The Son of God: Studies in the Semantics of Soteriological Terms. Klijn, Albertus Frederik Johannes. Seth in Jewish, Christian and Gnostic Literature. The House With Many Rooms: The Temple Theme of Jn. The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross. Reprinted in Studien zum Johannesevangelium. Verbal Aspect in New Testament Greek. Oxford University Press, The Language of the New Testament. Grammar of New Testament Greek. Syntax , by Nigel Turner. Grammatical Insights into the Greek New Testament.
Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament. Biblical Greek Illustrated by Examples.
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The select bibliography of this admirable commentary shows that, already in the eighties and nineties, there are sixteen commentaries on these Epistles one of them pages long and some thirty-eight relevant articles. The author of this book helpfully presents the discussion and indicates the questions of interpretation and theology that readers should consider. The General Editor says that the Abingdon New Testament Commentaries "are intended to exemplify the tasks and procedures of careful, critical biblical exegesis.
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