In this unique text, sixteen well-known evangelical scholars celebrate the work of G. K. Beale, whose study and understanding of the Scriptures has garnered immense appreciation among scholars and exegetes of all kinds.
Beale is renowned for his studies that explore how the writers of the New Testament used the Old Testament Scriptures in their letters, Gospels, narrative, and apocalypse. His work has greatly contributed to Evangelical biblical scholarship as we know it today.
While this commemorative work celebrates one man's contribution to Evangelical biblical scholarship, it is also a technical text that students and professors of advanced NT studies will value in the classroom.
Sixteen essay written by popular scholars, including:
- Richard J. Baukham
- Daniel I. Block
- D. A. Carson
- Douglas J. Moo
- Gordon P Hugenberger
- Joel White
- David F. Wells
In this illuminating festschrift, sixteen well-known evangelical scholars celebrate the work of a man who has greatly contributed to Evangelical biblical scholarship as we know it today.
G. K. Beale is renowned for his studies that explore how the writers of the New Testament used the Old Testament Scriptures in their letters, Gospels, narrative, and apocalypse. These collected essays, written by both colleagues and former students, reveal the immense appreciation that he has garnered among scholars and exegetes of all kinds.
Essays by sixteen scholars, including:
D. A. Carson
Richard J. Bauckham
Rikk E. Watts
David F. Wells
John D. Currid
Greg Beale's work on the use of the OT in the NT has had an enormous influence on an entire generation of students and scholars. His careful attention to methodology, his determination to work in both OT and NT at the highest exegetical levels, and his creativity in detecting subtle relationships between the Testaments have set a high standard for all who work in this area."
--From Genesis 15:6 in the New Testament" by Douglas J. Moo
About the editors:
Daniel M. Gurtner, PhD (University of St. Andrews) is Associate Professor of New Testament at Bethel Seminary (St. Paul, MN). He is author and editor of a number of works on the New Testament and Second Temple Judaism, including his published PhD dissertation, The Torn Veil: Matthew's Exposition of the Death of Jesus (SNTSMS; Cup, 2007). He holds membership in the Studiorum Novum Testamentum Societas and is chair of the Society for Biblical Literature Matthew Section.
Benjamin L. Gladd, PhD (Wheaton College) is Assistant Professor of New Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary (Jackson, MS). He is the author of several books and publications, including Revealing the Mysterion: The Use of Mystery in Daniel and Second Temple Judaism with Its Bearing on First Corinthians; The New Testament in Antiquity: An Instructors Guide; and The Book of Daniel (Rafiki Bible Commentary). He is a member of both the Evangelical Theological Society and the Society of Biblical Literature.