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1-3 John (Baker Exegetical Commentary On The New Testament Series)

eBook|Nov 2008
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Robert Yarbrough, coauthor of the bestselling Encountering the New Testament , offers a historical and theological commentary on the Johannine Epistles in this new addition to the BECNT series. The commentary features the author's detailed interaction with the Greek text,...


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Robert Yarbrough, coauthor of the bestselling Encountering the New Testament, offers a historical and theological commentary on the Johannine Epistles in this new addition to the BECNT series. The commentary features the author's detailed interaction with the Greek text, explores the relationship between John's Epistles and Jesus's work and teaching, interacts with recent commentaries, is attentive to the history of interpretation, and seeks to relate these findings to global Christianity.
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Robert W Yarbrough

Robert W. Yarbrough (PhD, University of Aberdeen) is chair of the New Testament department and associate professor of New Testament at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He has authored, coauthored, or translated a number of books, including the groundbreaking textbook Encountering the New Testament. He is also coeditor of the Baker Exegetical Commentary on the New Testament series, completing the volume of 1-3 John himself, and is the author of the Pastoral Epistles (Pillar New Testament Commentary).
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  • Robert Yarbrough, Coauthor Of The Bestselling <i>encountering The New Testament</i>, Offers A Historical And Theological Commentary On The Johannine Epistles In This New Addition To The Becnt Series. The Commentary Features The Author's Detailed Interaction With The Greek Text, Explores The Relationship Between John's Epistles And Jesus's Work And Teaching, Interacts With Recent Commentaries, Is Attentive To The History Of Interpretation, And Seeks To Relate These Findings To Global Christianity.