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Seeking to bridge the existing gap between biblical studies and systematic theology, The Two Horizons New Testament Commentary series offers section-by-section exegesis of the New Testament texts in close conversation with theological concerns. Written by respected scholars, the THNTC volumes aim to help pastors, teachers, and students engage in deliberately theological interpretation of Scripture.
In this latest addition to the Two Horizons New Testament Commentary series, biblical scholar Jeannine Brown and theologian Kyle Roberts together illuminate the Gospel of Matthew for pastors, scholars, and serious students of Scripture.
Including an original translation of the text along with section-by-section commentary, this volume features chapters on "thinking theologically with Matthew" about such themes as kingdom, Christology, the Holy Spirit, and discipleship. Brown and Roberts also offer constructive theological engagement with a number of contemporary viewpoints, including feminist, global, political, and ethical (post-Holocaust) perspectives. At once interdisciplinary and insightful, their commentary will appeal to a wide readership.
|Title: Matthew: Two Horizons New Testament Commentary [THNTC]|
By: Jeannine K. Brown, Kyle Roberts
Number of Pages: 600
Vendor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co.
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 6.25 (inches)|
Weight: 1 pound 13 ounces
Series: Two Horizons New Testament Commentary
Stock No: WW2825667
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Kyle Roberts is dean and professor of public theology at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. His other books include A Complicated Pregnancy: Whether Mary Was a Virgin and Why It Matters.