1 edition of An introduction to the study of the New Testament found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 130 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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These categories are explained as the Greek of the New Testament is introduced. " Greg Carey "David deSilva's New Testament introduction stands apart in two respects. First published in 2004, David A.
Importance of the Accuracy of the Gospels 1:41• For example, Moulton recognizes that the middle voice continues to be a viable grammatical category during the New Testament period and is more caution on the question of deponency than most modern grammars. Chapter 1 - Thinking about the Study of the New Testament• The Epistles of John: Painful Breaches of the Bond of Unity and Love 11.
The twenty-six exegetical skills sections are another distinctive feature retained in this second edition, offering brief, clear introductions to the various skills used in the interpretation of the New Testament.
Jobes "DeSilva's An Introduction to the New Testament is a clearly written and balanced exploration of the critical issues of New Testament studies written by a renowned scholar and seasoned teacher.
Indeed, in this second edition he has deepened the discussion at many points based on his further research, evident in the numerous articles and books he has published since the first edition. " Scot McKnight "David deSilva's An Introduction to the New Testament is an ideal textbook for seminary students as well as for pastors and is written by a reputable New Testament scholar who reveals decades of teaching wisdom on every page.
The second volume contains a key to these exercises, as well as helpful paradigms and indices. His writing is remarkably clear and interesting, covering material of such significance that many students will find here a textbook that they will want to keep, one to which they will return repeatedly long after the course is over.
Martin "David deSilva provides us with a reliable, thorough and eminently useful introduction to the An introduction to the study of the New Testament Testament that allows students to experience the spiritual and historical significance of these writings for communities of faith. Table of Contents Maps Abbreviations List of Tables Preface: The Perspective of This Introduction Using the "Exegetical Skill" Sections 1.
It presumes that the beginner knows nothing about the Greek alphabet or the traditional categories of grammar which come from the Greco-Latin heritage.