From Crisis to Christ: A Contextual Introduction to the New Testament Paul N Anderson

ISBN: 9781426751158

Published: November 4th 2014

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From Crisis to Christ: A Contextual Introduction to the New Testament  by  Paul N Anderson

From Crisis to Christ: A Contextual Introduction to the New Testament by Paul N Anderson
November 4th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9781426751158 | 5.15 Mb

Over the last century or more, scholars have unearthed valuable understandings of the historical and religious contexts out of which the New Testament writings have emerged. This accessibly written introduction notes over two dozen such crises andMoreOver the last century or more, scholars have unearthed valuable understandings of the historical and religious contexts out of which the New Testament writings have emerged. This accessibly written introduction notes over two dozen such crises and how the biblical text addresses and reflects them. From the ministry of Jesus, to the rise and progress of the Christian movement, to the epistles of Paul and other leaders, to a vision of Gods final cosmic victory, the New Testament books are succinctly introduced in literary, historical, and theological perspective.Designed for optimal use in a 14- or a 10-week undergraduate or graduate course, each chapter is designed with four primary features in mind: (a) contextual crises shedding light on the subject, (b) connections with the biblical writings being discussed in that chapter, (c) primary features of the book(s) being discussed, and (d) an application section dealing with the relevance of the biblical content then and now.

Call-out boxes and shorter vignettes will also be used to heighten particular themes, and images, charts, and maps will be used to make it a reader-friendly product.



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