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Quality pictures, charts, outlines, and a comprehensive knowledge of archaeology and modern viewpoints make this one of the most helpful and interesting introductions available.
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Studio: Baker Academic
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher Baker Academic
ISBN 0801036771 ISBN13 9780801036774
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More About Robert G. Gromacki
ROBERT GROMACKI is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Bible and Greek at Cedarville University, where he has taught for more than forty years. Outside of his ministry at Cedarville, he is perhaps best know for his "New testament Survey, " a major textbook in colleges and seminaries throughout the United States. His other publications include" The Virgin Birth, Salvation is forever, "and "The Holy Spirit, "a part of the Swindoll Leadership Library Series. Dr.Gromacki received Th.M from Dallas Theological Seminary and his Th.D from Grace Theological Seminary. For the last several years, Dr.Gromacki has served as pastor of Grace Community Church in Washington Court House, Ohio.
Robert G. Gromacki currently resides in Cedarville, in the state of Ohio.
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Reviews - What do customers think about New Testament Survey?
Semi-technical conservative treatment Jul 9, 2006
This book should really be viewed as a study bible for the New Testament without the bible part! It contains sections on the authorship, setting, purpose and outline of each book in the New Testament. The treatments given are extensive; there is also a section that harmonizes the Gospels. The outlines are detailed and there is typically 5-10 lines of commentary for every chapter.
The book is fairly even handed in the treatment it gives of the various conservative opinions on controversial subjects (such as the dating of the Gospels). The more liberal opinions are mentioned but not usually taken seriously. Having discussed the various options the author usually lands on the 'standard' conservative view.
In short this book does not really break any new ground; and it isn't trying to. It is a useful compendium of 'standard' opinion. I would certainly recommend it for anyone that doesn't have a good study bible or for anyone with the interest to sit down and read cover to cover.
It can and is used for a number of degree level courses although frankly I don't think it contains anything that would prove difficult for the casual but interested reader.
Gromacki's NT Survey Aug 20, 2005
Added to a collection of four other New Testament Surveys from the likes of Tenney, F.F. Bruce, and Ferguson, Gromacki's contribution to this subject is a welcome addition. I was impressed with his more than average treatment of the material considering the nature of a survey of the New Testament.