A definitive exploration of the scriptural and cultural expectations surrounding the biblical Messiah. With painstaking detail, three renowned scholars trace the theme of the Messiah through all of Scripture.
Luke, the inaugural volume of the Belief Theological Commentary Series, written by the preeminent historical theologian Justo Gonzalez, is the first full-length treatment of the Gospel of Luke by a theologically oriented commentator.
Examines the fascinating use by Jeremiah of "word" language; the prophet's formation as an embodiment of the word of God; his covenant preaching and the crisis it precipitates; and how the "oracles of hope," make the power of God's word is finally made manifest.
In The Message of Sonship, Trevor Burke shows how "sonship" is the focus of creation, is a metaphor for salvation, carries moral obligation and is the goal of restoration of broken, suffering humanity.
In Justification: Five Views presents the major Catholic and protestant positions on justification and are represented by leading proponents, and then rebutted in detail by those who hold differing views.