The Christian World Around the New Testament
:Richard Bauckham's The Jewish World around the New Testament explored various aspects of the significance of early Judaism for interpreting the New Testament. Now The Christian World around the New Testament brings together Bauckham's well-known work on gospel origins, early...
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:Richard Bauckham's The Jewish World around the New Testament explored various aspects of the significance of early Judaism for interpreting the New Testament. Now The Christian World around the New Testament brings together Bauckham's well-known work on gospel origins, early Christianity, and patristic literature in one convenient volume. The book contains thirty-one studies that have been published over Bauckham's distinguished career. This affordable North American paperback by an internationally respected New Testament scholar will be published simultaneously with the prestigious European hardcover.
Professor Richard Bauckham (Ph.D. Cambridge; D.D, F.B.A, F.R.S.E.,) is Senior Scholar at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, he was professor of New Testament studies and Bishop Wardlaw Professor at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. He is a fellow of both the British Academy and the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Prof. Bauckham has published widely in theology, historical theology and New Testament. He is currently working on New Testament Christology and the Gospel of John.
Prof. Bauckham's originality in defending both the historical Jesus and his divine identity has set a new standard in the academic world, most notably in his groundbreaking publications Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels as Eyewitness Testimony and Jesus and the God of Israel: "God Crucified" and Other Essays on the New Testament's Christology of Divine Identity
After his acclaimed and award winning commentary on Jude, 2 Peter (Word Biblical Commentary) and his interest in the Gospel of John, the arrival of his The Gospel of John in both the New International Greek New Testament Commentary and in Two Horizons New Testament Commentary Series, as well as edited works on John, The Gospel of John and Christian Theology and The Testimony of the Beloved Disciple: Narrative, History, and Theology in the Gospel of John, along with his volume on The Gospel of Luke (International Critical Commentary series) is much anticipated.
His other published works cover a wide scope such as Jurgen Moltmann, James and Jude the brothers of Jesus, Gospel Woman, Mission, the Bible and Politics, Apocalyptic and Eschatology in the Tudor Period, the Book of Revelation, and the Christian Hope.
Most recently he has published Living with other Creatures: Green Exegesis and Theology; The Jewish World around the New Testament; The Bible and Ecology: Rediscovering the Community of Creation (Sarum Theological Lectures)and Jesus: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions)
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- :<b>contents<br><br>introduction<br>gospel Audiences<br></b>introduction<br>1. For Whom Were Gospels Written?<br>2. Is There Patristic Counter-evidence?<br>a Response To Margaret Mitchell<br><b>gospel Traditions<br></b>introduction<br>3. The Transmission Of The Gospel Traditions<br>4. Werner Kelber On Oral Tradition: A Critique<br>5. The Gospel Of Mark: Origins And Eyewitnesses--a Discussion Of The Work Of Martin Hengel<br>6. Luke's Infancy Narrative As Oral History In Scriptural Form<br>7. Did Papias Write History Or Exegesis?<br>8. The Gospel Of John And The Synoptic Problem<br>9. Review Article: <i>gospel Writing </i>by Francis Watson<br>10. Review Article: <i>seeking The Identity Of Jesus</i><br><b>gospels And Canon<br></b>11. The Canonicity Of The Four Gospels<br><b>early Christian People<br></b>12. 2 Corinthians 4:6: Paul's Vision Of The Face Of Jesus Christ As The Face Of God<br>13. Barnabas In Galatians<br>14. The Martyrdom Of Peter In Early Christian Literature<br>15. James At The Centre<br>16. The Estate Of Publius On Malta (acts 28:7)<i><br></i><b>early Church<br></b>17. The Lord's Day<br>18. Sabbath And Sunday In The Post-apostolic Church<br>19. Kerygmatic Summaries In The Speeches Of Acts<br>20. Kingdom And Church According To Jesus And Paul<br><b>early Christian Apocryphal Literature<br></b>21. The Two Fig Tree Parables In The <i>apocalypse Of Peter</i><br>22. Apocryphal Pauline Literature<br>23. Apocryphal Gospels<br>24. The <i>acts Of Paul </i>as A Sequel To Acts<br>25. The <i>acts Of Paul</i>:<i> </i>replacement Of Acts Or Sequel To Acts?<br>26. Apocryphal And Pseudepigraphal Literature<br>27. Non-canonical Apocalypses<br>28. Hell In The Latin <i>vision Of Ezra</i><br>29. Early Christian Apocrypha As Imaginative Literature<br><b>early Patristics<br></b>30. The Great Tribulation In The <i>shepherd Of Hermas</i><br>31. The Fall Of The Angels As The Source Of Philosophy In Hermias And Clement Of Alexandria<br>indexes