Based on the RSV, this English Bible analysis is ideal for laypersons, students, and pastors. Emphasizing the exegetical craft of listening, asking questions, and seeing differences, Krodel clarifies issues of authorship, historiography, and theological intent. Of particular interest is the narrative strand of salvation that binds this second Lukan writing to the first. Biblical text not included. 527 pages, softcover.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 527 Vendor: Fortress Press Publication Date: 1986
The Augsburg Commentary on the new Testament is written for laypeople, students, and pastors. Laypeople will use it as a resource for Bible study at home and at church. Students and instructors will read it to probe the basic message of the books of the New Testament. And Pastors will find it to be a valuable aid for sermon and lesson preparation.