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Interpreting the General Letters

Titel : Interpreting the General Letters
Auteur(s) : Bateman, Herbert W., IV
EAN : 9780825427688
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A concise guide to the interpretive process for the eight New Testament general letters

This handbook is designed as a step-by-step approach for analyzing and communicating eight letters of the New Testament: Hebrews, James, the Petrine Letters, the Johannine Letters, and Jude. Interpreting the General Letters provides important background material for the interpretation of these books by exploring the types and component parts of letter writing, the importance of an amanuensis; the historical background of the Greco-Roman world, and implications of each of these factors for interpreting the general letters.

This foundation is followed by a discussion of the theology of the general letters. Specific consideration is given to the era of promise in Hebrew Scriptures, the era of fulfillment as underscored in the general letters, and how the theology of each letter contributes to the overall canon of Scripture.

Finally, Bateman provides nine steps that move from interpretation to communication: three steps for preparing to interpret the letters, three for interpreting, and finally three for communicating the letters. All explanations include examples in order to develop a students or pastors skills for accurate interpretation and convicting communication of Gods Word.

Productspecificaties
EAN : 9780825427688
ISBN : 0825427681
Auteur(s) : Bateman, Herbert W., IV
Taal : English
Onderwerp : Theologie
Druk : 1
Conditie : Nieuw
Pagina's : 315
Afmetingen : 246 x 237 x 50 mm
Gewicht : 1995 gram
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