Item description for What Are They Saying About the Pastoral Epistles? (What Are They Saying About...) by Mark Harding...
Overview An overview of recent trends in scholarship on the pastoral epistles.
Publishers Description Another worthwhile contribution to the outstanding What Are They Saying About...series is this volume by Mark Harding dealing with the pastoral epistles. In it the author gives an overview of seminal and recent trends in scholarship on the three pastoral epistles; 1 and 1 Timothy and Titus.
A select bibliography and suggestions for further study complete this significant work, the first of its kind to survey scholarship on the pastoral epistles. Written for seminary and university students, this book will also find an audience among preachers looking for a concise introduction to the letters, and historians of of the first century CE Greco-Roman era.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.04" Width: 5.42" Height: 0.47" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Dec 31, 2001
Publisher Paulist Press
Series WATSA Books
ISBN 0809139758 ISBN13 9780809139750
Availability 0 units.
More About Mark Harding
Mark Harding is the former dean of the Australian College of Theology and an honorary associate of Macquarie University.
Alanna Nobbs is professor of ancient history and former deputy director of the Ancient Cultures Research Centre at Macquarie University.
Reviews - What do customers think about What Are They Saying About the Pastoral Epistles? (What Are They Saying About...)?
Excellent introduction to PE Nov 30, 2001
This is a useful tool for anyone interested in exploring the current thoughts surrounding these three NT epistles. Mr. Harding has presented a short yet extremely extensive overview of all major opinions and puts it forward in such a way that one cannot help but feel like an expert after reading it.
This is an especially useful resource for theological students as it summarises many authors' books and thoughts and includes suggestions for future study.
Note: This book is not so much putting its own ideas/theories across as exploring what others think. Recommended!