This book constructively explores the question: What effects should an interest in theology produce in the reading of Scripture?Since the onset of historical consciousness in biblical studies over two centuries ago, the work of biblical exegetes and systematic theologians have...
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This book constructively explores the question: What effects should an interest in theology produce in the reading of Scripture?Since the onset of historical consciousness in biblical studies over two centuries ago, the work of biblical exegetes and systematic theologians have largely followed two paths. In this book, nine prominent scholars work to bridge the longstanding gap between biblical studies and theology by concentrating on the nature of a biblical hermeneutics approach to doing theology. The range of concerns presented by these scholars seeks to reintegrate biblical exegesis with contemporary theology in the service of the church.
This pioneering work bridges the long-standing gap between biblical studies and theology. In Between Two Horizons prominent scholars constructively discuss the relationship of biblical studies to the task of doing theology in our contemporary contect. Though serving as as excellent text i its own right, this volume also introduces the forthcoming Two Horizons Commentary series-a completely new kind of commentary on the New Testament designed to reintegrate biblical studies with contemporary theology in the service of th church.^
Max Turner, MA PhD (Cantab) FRSA is Professor of New Testament Studies at London School of Theology. Max studied medicine and theology at Cambridge and then went on to complete his NT doctorate on Luke-Acts there. With the exception of a five-year secondment as lecturer in the University of Aberdeen, he has been with the London Bible College since 1974. His major books on the Holy Spirit, Power from on High and The Holy Spirit and Spiritual Gifts have established him as the leading international scholar in this field. He has also written Linguistics and Biblical Interpretation (with Peter Cotterell) and is at present engaged on a major commentary on Ephesians (New International Greek Testament Commentary). With Professor Joel Green he is editing (for Eerdmans) the pioneering Two Horizons Commentary series (a new type of commentary, interfacing NT with biblical, systematic and practical theology), for which he is preparing the volume on Ephesians.
Joel B. Green (Ph.D., University of Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament interpretation at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California. Prior to this he was dean of the School of Theology and professor of New Testament interpretation at Asbury Theological Seminary.
He is the author or editor of numerous books, including the Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels; 1 Peter (The Two Horizons New Testament Commentary series), The Gospel of Luke (The New International Commentary of the New Testament), and Recovering the Scandal of the Cross with Mark D. Baker. He is preparing the forthcoming replacement volume on The Acts of the Apostles also in the NICNT series and James in the New Testament Library.
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