Employing both conventional and innovative teaching techniques, this up-to-date introductory study features discussions on authorship; date; setting; the historical Jesus; and the interaction of New Testament criticism with modern issues. With a student-friendly approach, it also includes suggested goals, summaries, and annotated bibliographies for each chapter; research paper topics; maps and charts; and much more. 302 pages, hardcover from InterVarsity.
David Wenham (Ph.D., Manchester) is vice principal and tutor of New Testament at Trinity College, Bristol, having previously spent many years at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, where he served as dean and vice principal. He is the author of and coauthor (with Steve Walton) of
Steve Walton is senior lecturer in Greek and New Testament studies and director of research at London School of Theology. He previously taught New Testament at St. John's College, Nottingham, and Bedford College. An ordained Anglican minister, he has worked in parish ministry in Merseyside and with the Church Pastoral Aid Society as their Vocation and Ministry Adviser. He is the author of (Cambridge University Press, 2000), a major study of Paul's Miletus speech and 1 Thessalonians and (SPCK/Triangle, 1994). Walton also chairs the Acts seminar of the British New Testament Conference and is a member of the steering group of the Book of Acts Section of the Society of Biblical Literature.
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