Jesus the Lord According to Paul the Apostle: A Concise Introduction
Representing a lifetime of study, this volume offers the fruits of Gordon Fee's extensive exegetical work on Paul in a concise way that the non-specialist reader can easily comprehend. This is a definitive and stimulating masterwork on Paul's understanding of...
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Representing a lifetime of study, this volume offers the fruits of Gordon Fee's extensive exegetical work on Paul in a concise way that the non-specialist reader can easily comprehend. This is a definitive and stimulating masterwork on Paul's understanding of the person of Christ!
:Representing the fruit of a lifetime of study, this work from a revered evangelical scholar provides a concise summary of Paul's teaching about Jesus. Over the years, Gordon Fee has written and taught extensively on Paul's understanding of the person of Christ. In this handy volume, he offers the results of his exegetical work in a form accessible to any interested reader of Scripture. The book includes a foreword by Cherith Fee Nordling.
Gordon D. Fee (Ph.D., University of Southern California) is Emeritus Professor of New Testament at Regent College, Vancouver, Canada specializing in New Testament criticism.
He has authored commentaries on 1 Corinthians; 1 and 2 Thessalonians (NICNT), Philippians (IVPNTC/ NICNT); Galatians (The Pentecostal Commentary); Revelation (New Covenant Commentary) and the Pastoral Epistles (NIBC), as well as books on exegesis, hermeneutics and the Holy Spirit.
These include the bestsellers How To Read the Bible for all its Worth (with Douglas K. Stuart, Zondervan); How to Read the Bible Book by Book: A Guided Tour (Zondervan).
Dr Fee has made a major contribution to Academic Pentecostalism and Evangelicalism serving as Editor of the New International Commentary on the New Testament, and through his major academic commentaries and pioneering books God's Empowering Presence and Pauline Christology: An Exegetical-Theological Study.
Koorong -Editorial Review.
- :<b>contents<br></b><br>foreword By Cherith Fee Nordling<br><b>part 1: The Savior<br></b>1. The Divine Savior<br>2. The Preexistent And Incarnate Savior<br><b>part 2: The Second Adam<br></b>3. Paul And New Creation Theology<br>4. The Pauline Emphasis: <i>a Truly Human Divine Savior<br></i><b>part 3: The Jewish Messiah And Son Of God<br></b>5. The Anticipation Of Jesus In The Story Of Israel<br>6. Jesus As The Son Of David<br>7. Jesus As The Eternal Son Of God<br><b>part 4: The Jewish Messiah And Exalted Lord<br></b>8. Paul's Use Of The &quot;name&quot; Of The Lord<br>9. Paul's Understanding Of The Role Of Jesus As Lord<br>10. Jesus The Lord: <i>sharer Of Other Divine Prerogatives<br></i>conclusion: <i>paul As A Proto-trinitarian<br></i>glossary<br>index