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The Jesus Crisis

Robert L Thomas (Ed)F David Farnell (Ed)

The Jesus Crisis

Robert L Thomas (Ed)F David Farnell (Ed)

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Foreword^Preface^Introduction^Part 1: The Roots of Historical Criticism^1. The Synoptic Gospels in the Ancient Church^2. Philosophical and Theological Bent of Historical Criticism^3. Source Criticism: The Two-Source Theory^4. Eta Linnemann: Friend of Foe of Scholarship^5. Form Criticism and Traditional Criticism^6. Redation Criticism^Part 2: The Fruits of Historical Criticism^7. Literary Dependence and Luke's Prologue^8. Impact of Historical Criticism on Gospel Interpretation^9. Impact of Historical Criticism on Hermeneutics^10. Impact of Historical Criticism on Preaching^11. Impact of Historical Criticism on Theology and Apologetics^Epilogue^Index of Ancient Literature^Select Index of Modern Authors^Index of Scripture^Index of Subjects page 407

- Publisher Examines the inroads of historical criticism into evangelical scholarship. Though evangelicals reject many extreme conclusions of liberal scholars, some have adopted their same methodology in the interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, creating a crisis in evangelical scholarship. The authors show how adopting such methodologies are affecting the next generation of pastors, teachers, and scholars.

- Publisher "The authors examine dangerous trends that seem to be luring many . . . toward skeptical rationalism and theological liberalism." --John F. MacArthur Jr., pastor of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, and president of the Master's College and Seminary.

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About "The Jesus Crisis"

Foreword^Preface^Introduction^Part 1: The Roots of Historical Criticism^1. The Synoptic Gospels in the Ancient Church^2. Philosophical and Theological Bent of Historical Criticism^3. Source Criticism: The Two-Source Theory^4. Eta Linnemann: Friend of Foe of Scholarship^5. Form Criticism and Traditional Criticism^6. Redation Criticism^Part 2: The Fruits of Historical Criticism^7. Literary Dependence and Luke's Prologue^8. Impact of Historical Criticism on Gospel Interpretation^9. Impact of Historical Criticism on Hermeneutics^10. Impact of Historical Criticism on Preaching^11. Impact of Historical Criticism on Theology and Apologetics^Epilogue^Index of Ancient Literature^Select Index of Modern Authors^Index of Scripture^Index of Subjects page 407
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Examines the inroads of historical criticism into evangelical scholarship. Though evangelicals reject many extreme conclusions of liberal scholars, some have adopted their same methodology in the interpretation of the Synoptic Gospels, creating a crisis in evangelical scholarship. The authors show how adopting such methodologies are affecting the next generation of pastors, teachers, and scholars.
- Publisher

"The authors examine dangerous trends that seem to be luring many . . . toward skeptical rationalism and theological liberalism." --John F. MacArthur Jr., pastor of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, and president of the Master's College and Seminary.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Robert L Thomas (Ed)

Robert L. Thomas (Ph.D., Dallas Theological Seminary) is professor of New Testament at The Master's Seminary. He is the author or coauthor of numerous books and other works, including the commentaries on 1 and 2 Thessalonians in the Holt series.

F David Farnell (Ed)

F. David Farnell is Associate Professor of New Testament at The Master's Seminary. A

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  • Catalogue Code 116083
  • Product Code 082543811X
  • EAN 9780825438110
  • Pages 420
  • Department Academic
  • Category Theology
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Kregel Publishers
  • Publication Date Sep 1998
  • Dimensions 216 x 140 x 32 mm
  • Weight 0.476kg

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