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  1. Who's Who in the New Testament

    2nd Edition

    By Canon Ronald Brownrigg, Ronald Brownrigg

    Who's Who in The New Testament is the most complete and detailed reference book of its kind. Paying close attention to the places linked with the major events of Jesus's life, it provides:* over 300 extensive entries covering every major character* detailed biographical information on each...

    Published September 26th 2001 by Routledge

  2. James

    By Richard Bauckham

    Series: New Testament Readings

    Richard Bauckham explores the historical and literary contexts of the Epistle of James, discussing the significance of James as the brother of Jesus and leader of the early Jerusalem church. He gives special attention to the aphorisms which encapsulate James' wisdom, and to the way that James'...

    Published April 21st 1999 by Routledge

  3. Galatians

    By Philip F. Esler

    Series: New Testament Readings

    Paul's letter to the Galatians, sometimes known as the Magna Carta of Christian liberty, is central to the understanding of the relation of Paul and the Law and is packed with crucial historical, social and theological material.Philip F. Esler provides a detailed and accessible interpretation of...

    Published July 1st 1998 by Routledge

  4. Luke's Gospel

    By Jonathan Knight, Jonathan Knight Nfa

    Series: New Testament Readings

    Luke's Gospel provides a comprehensive and schematic reading of Luke's Gospel, one of the most important books detailing the life and works of Christ, in six main parts. Knight introduces the Gospel and the narrative theory on which the Gospel rests. He offers a detailed, chapter-by-chapter...

    Published April 29th 1998 by Routledge

  5. Revelation

    By Rev A J P Garrow, A.J.P. Garrow

    Series: New Testament Readings

    Revelation claims to tell the story of 'what must soon take place', and yet, despite centuries of scholarly research, the order and content of this story has remained one of the greatest mysteries of all time.Arguing that Revelation was designed to be heard in six separate instalments, A.J.P....

    Published March 19th 1997 by Routledge

  6. The Social World of Jesus and the Gospels

    By Bruce J. Malina

    In order to interpret historical writings, the reader must not employ their modern understanding of the world, but must strive to grasp the mindset of the original audience. To assist the twentieth-century New Testament reader in understanding the literal meaning of the New Testament is the goal of...

    Published November 13th 1996 by Routledge

  7. Is John'S Gospel True?

    First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published October 9th 1996 by Routledge

  8. Jesus Framed

    By George Aichele

    Series: Biblical Limits

    Biblical Limits is a new series which brings to the traditional field of Biblical Studies literary criticism, anthropology and gender-based approaches, thus reaching new ways of understanding Biblical texts.Jesus Framed is a collection of essays on reading the gospel of Mark. It uses literary...

    Published May 8th 1996 by Routledge

  9. Modelling Early Christianity

    Social-Scientific Studies of the New Testament in its Context

    Edited by Philip Esler

    Modelling Early Christianity explores the intriguing foreign social context of first century Palestine and the Greco-Roman East, in which the Christian faith was first proclaimed and the New Testament documents were written. It demonstrates that a sophisticated analysis of the context is essential...

    Published December 6th 1995 by Routledge

  10. Judaism in the New Testament

    Practices and Beliefs

    By Bruce Chilton, Jacob Neusner

    Judaism in the New Testament explains how the writings of the early church emerged from communities which defined themselves in Judaic terms even as they professed faith in Christ. These two extremely distinguished scholars introduce readers to the plurality of Judaisms of the period. They show, by...

    Published October 18th 1995 by Routledge