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Overview In this clearly written volume about the latter half of the New Testament, Donelson begins by asking, "If we read this text in this way, what voices do we hear?" Such a reading strategy requires "historical imagination" because the documents are seperated from us by time, space, language, and culture. It also requires making these texts conversation partners in our understanding about God and ourselves. Designed as an introduction, From Hebrews to Revelation offers insights that will benefit both students and scholars.
In this clearly written introduction to the latter half of the New Testament, Lewis Donelson begins by asking, if we read this text in this way, what voices do we hear? Such a reading strategy requires historical imagination because the documents are separated from us by time, space, language, and culture. It also requires making these texts conversation partners in our understanding about God and ourselves.
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Studio: Westminster John Knox Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.56 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2001
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0664222366 ISBN13 9780664222369
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Stellar introduction May 15, 2010
Opening chapter alone was worth the price of purchase. Stellar introduction to a modern method of biblical interpretation; combines historical considerations with literary criticism. Individual chapters for various books of the Bible between Hebrews and Revelation offer key themes, literary structure, and historical context that aid in a basic understanding of each book.