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Published by The Clarendon press in Oxford .
Written in English


  • Bible. N.T. -- Introductions.

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Edition Notes

Contains bibliographies.

Statementby A.H.McNeile.
LC ClassificationsBS2330 .M33
The Physical Object
Pagination4 p. l., 478 p.,1 l.
Number of Pages478
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6711157M
LC Control Number28003699

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The New Testament is primarily a record of the mortal life, teachings, and Atonement of Jesus Christ, the establishment of His Church, and the ministries of His early disciples as He continued to guide them after His Ascension into heaven. This lesson is intended to prepare and motivate students to study the New Testament by introducing them to. The present work is designed primarily for students who are constrained by circumstances to begin the study of New Testament Greek without the aid of a teacher. The two volumes presume that the beginner knows nothing about the Greek language, and little or nothing about traditional categories of grammar which come from the Greco-Latin heritage.4/5(2). An introduction to the study of New Testament Greek by Moulton, James Hope and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at When we open the Book of Revelation we discover, at once, a marked difference between it and any other portion of the New Testament. It is not history like the gospels and Acts, nor practical discussions and instructions like the epistles, but we at once seem to .

book may in some small measure be instrumental in leading others to a greater appreciation and an ever better understanding of the New Testament writings, I shall be very grateful indeed. L. BERKHOF. Grand Rapids, Mich., Novem 2 Introduction to the New Testament Louis Berkhof. The earliest full manuscripts of individual New Testament books date to around A.D. , while the earliest collections of all the books of the New Testament date to the fourth century. The Apostasy began to occur in the early Christian Church while the Apostles were still alive (see Acts –30 ; 1 Corinthians –13 ; Galatians –8. Daniel B. Wallace. Daniel B. Wallace has taught Greek and New Testament courses on a graduate school level since He has a Ph.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary, and is currently professor of New Testament Studies at his alma mater. Possibly one of the earliest of the New Testament writings (a.d. ), the book is believed to have been written by Jesus' brother James. 1 Peter The readers of the apostle Peter's letter were confused and discouraged by the persecution they were encountering because of their faith.

Introducing the New Testament Book Summary: This lively, engaging introduction to the New Testament is critical yet faith-friendly, lavishly illustrated, and accompanied by a variety of pedagogical aids, including sidebars, maps, tables, charts, diagrams, and suggestions for further reading. The full-color interior features art from around the world that illustrates the New Testament's impact.   The only books of the Old Testament that do not mention the name of God are Esther and the Song of Solomon, and neither of these books is mentioned in the New Testament. Yet God’s hand of providence is more clearly evident in this book than in most others. New Testament Gospel of St. Matthew A brief history of the life of Christ. Gospel of St. Mark A brief history of the life of Christ, supplying some incidents omitted by St. Matthew. Gospel of St. Luke. “The Greek New Testament, Produced at Tyndale House, Cambridge is one of the most exciting publications in biblical studies in the last decade. This new and user-friendly critical edition of the Greek New Testament now has a superb companion in Dirk Jongkind’s An Introduction to the Greek New nd describes not only how the Tyndale House Edition came to be but also how any.