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Overview This work gives fresh insight and understanding to theological discipline. Contributors from the Dallas Theological Seminary look at divine revelation as it appears chronologically in the canon, allowing readers to witness God's truth as it has unfolded through the centuries.
Publishers Description "A Biblical Theology of the New Testament" gives fresh insight and understanding to theological discipline. Scholars from Dallas Theological Seminary combine to create this important volume edited by Roy B. Zuck. Each contributor looks at divine revelation as it appears chronologically in the New Testament canon, allowing you to witness God's truth as it has unfolded through the decades.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.32" Width: 6.34" Height: 1.51" Weight: 1.82 lbs.
Release Date Oct 9, 1994
Publisher Moody Publishers
ISBN 0802407358 ISBN13 9780802407351
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More About Roy B. Zuck, David Lowery & Darrell Bock
ROY ZUCK (B.A. Biola University, Th.D. Dallas Theological Seminary), Senior Professor Emeritus of Bible Exposition at Dallas Theological Seminary, has taught at the seminary for more than 23 years. He is author of a number of books, including "Open Letter to a Jehovah s Witness," and is the editor of "Childhood Education in the Church, Biblical Theology of the Old Testament, " and "Biblical Theology of the New Testament." Dr. Zuck resides in Dallas, Texas."
Roy B. Zuck currently resides in the state of Texas.
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Reviews - What do customers think about A Biblical Theology of the New Testament?
great introductory book Jul 17, 2006
best book for any one willing to get the full panorama of biblical theology
Well-written and accessible... Jun 29, 2006
...the main thing to know before buying it is that it is definitely a product of DTS theologians (Zuck, Fanning, etc.), so it's dispensational, reformed, etc. As long as one knows this, one will get one of the most accessible one-volume theological surveys of the NT on the market. Worth having.
Excellent Book on New Testament Theology for Beginners Apr 19, 2005
This is an excellent book on New Testament theology for those wanting good scholarship and conciseness. It is more directed towards seminary students and the laity who are interested in what the New Testament authors had to say about certain key theological topics of each NT book. The authors are all moderately dispensational, yet have views that comes close to mainline evangelicalism. All the books of the NT are covered and each major theological issue is not shelved aside. Unlike Ladd's NT Theology book, the authors don't get into great exegetical detail on certain passages, but give adequate treatments on certain difficult passages (e.g., Hebrews 6:4-8; James 2:14-26; 1 Peter 4:6 to name a few). Also, they discuss topics like the relationship of the OT Law to the Gospel, lordship salvation, and the issue of promise-fulfilment. David Lowery's treatment of Paul's Missionary Epistles (pp. 243-297) is outstanding and can be used as a "Pauline Theology" outline. This book has been underrated in evangelical circles due to its theological persuasion. However, all evangelicals (including those in the Reformed tradition) can find this book a valuable resource in NT studies. Also, the practical implications brought out in this book is excellent. It is not purely theological because the authors also put emphasis on how to use these theological themes into practical Christian living. The only negative side (a minor one) is that the editors did not put in a Scripture index. This would have greatly enhanced the book. Overall, though, a great NT theology book written by very competent scholars.