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2 Corinthians (New Testament Guide Series)

Larry J Kreitzer

2 Corinthians (New Testament Guide Series)

Larry J Kreitzer

$49.50

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Books and Commentaries on the writings of the New Testament abound. But where can a student find a short up-to-date volume, concise yet compehensive, on the New Testament text he or she is studying? More important, where can a student find such a volume at an affordable price? NEW TESTAMENT GUIDES have been designed to meet these and other student needs: -introduction to the contents of the particular biblical book -balanced survey of the important critical issues -attention to the literary, historical, sociological and theological perspectives -suggestions about critical appropriation of the text by the contemporary reader -reference to other standard works through annotated bibliographies For this series the authors have drawn not only upon their scholarly expertise but also upon their experience as teachers of university and college students. The series editor, A.T. Lincoln, whose writings include Paradise Now and Not Yet and the Word ommentary on Ephesians, is Professor of New Tes

- Publisher This Guide explores the controversial place that 2 Corinthians has within Pauline studies. Special attention is given to the contribution that the epistle makes to our understanding of Paul's views on such matters as his apostolic ministry, his interpretation of scripture, and his ecclesiology. A summary of scholarly debate about the placement of 2 Corinthians within the larger setting of the Pauline corpus is also provided.

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About "2 Corinthians (New Testament Guide Series)"

Books and Commentaries on the writings of the New Testament abound. But where can a student find a short up-to-date volume, concise yet compehensive, on the New Testament text he or she is studying? More important, where can a student find such a volume at an affordable price? NEW TESTAMENT GUIDES have been designed to meet these and other student needs: -introduction to the contents of the particular biblical book -balanced survey of the important critical issues -attention to the literary, historical, sociological and theological perspectives -suggestions about critical appropriation of the text by the contemporary reader -reference to other standard works through annotated bibliographies For this series the authors have drawn not only upon their scholarly expertise but also upon their experience as teachers of university and college students. The series editor, A.T. Lincoln, whose writings include Paradise Now and Not Yet and the Word ommentary on Ephesians, is Professor of New Tes
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This Guide explores the controversial place that 2 Corinthians has within Pauline studies. Special attention is given to the contribution that the epistle makes to our understanding of Paul's views on such matters as his apostolic ministry, his interpretation of scripture, and his ecclesiology. A summary of scholarly debate about the placement of 2 Corinthians within the larger setting of the Pauline corpus is also provided.
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Meet the Author

Larry J Kreitzer

Larry J. Kreitzer is a Fellow and Tutor of New Testament at Regent's Park College, Oxford. He also holds a Research Lectureship within the Faulty of Theology at the University of Oxford. He is a member of the Society of New Testament Studies and serves on the Editorial Board for the Journal for the Study of the New Testament. He is married to Dr Deborah W. Rooke, Lecturer in Old Testament Studies at King's College, London. Both are members of New Road Baptist Church, Oxford.

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