Item description for Paul: An Outline of His Theology by Herman N. Ridderbos...
Overview In many ways this is the most comprehensive and thorough exposition of the teaching of the apostle Paul. Here we find sound exegesis, perceptive analysis, profound insight, and a humble listening to the voice of Paul. This comprehensive study is not only highly recommended; it is a must for every student of the New Testament and its message.
Publishers Description Now back in print in a beautiful new paperback edition, this study by one of Europes foremost New Testament scholars provides a comprehensive exposition of the teaching of the apostle Paul. / Firmly grounded in a careful exegesis of the biblical text and crafted with constant reference to the wealth of scholarly study of Pauls writings, this volume is a standard for interpreters of Pauls thought and all students of the New Testament.
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Studio: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.26" Width: 6.16" Height: 1.21" Weight: 1.81 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2000
Publisher Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
ISBN 0802844693 ISBN13 9780802844699
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Breath-taking in its scope and depth. Nov 26, 1998
This is the classic modern exposition of Paul's thought and theology. Topically arranged, Ridderbos exposes the structure and Paul's system and sheds a calm, thorough light on such matters as Paul's meaning of law/grace, flesh/spirit, present age/age to come. Ridderbos is in line with Geerhardus Vos' biblical theology without being dependent on the great Princeton theologian.
The perfect scholarly complement to E. W. Keyon's books. Aug 10, 1998
I first read this book in 1980 as part of my Bible school curriculum. I bought another copy because my old one was deteriorating from so much use. This is the only book I've found that explains Paul's Revelation from a theological standpoint, but without making it stiff and difficult to understand. A must for any Christian who shares Paul's desire to "comprehend the One by whom he has been apprehended."