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Vendor: Westminster John Knox Press
Publication Date: 2013
Anatomy of the New Testament: Seventh EditionRobert A. Spivey, D. Moody Smith, C. Clifton BlackFortress Press / Trade Paperback$60.00
The Church's Guide for Reading Paul: The Canonical Shaping of the Pauline CorpusBrevard S. ChildsWm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. / 2008 / Trade Paperback$11.49 Retail:
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C. Clifton Black is Otto A. Piper Professor of Biblical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary. He is a member of the editorial advisory board for WJK's highly esteemed New Testament Library series and the author or coauthor of numerous books and articles, including Mark (Abingdon New Testament Commentaries) and Anatomy of the New Testament (seventh edition).
-M. Eugene Boring,
Brite Divinity School, Texas Christian University
Is it possible for a volume on ancient rhetoric and the gospel to be scholarly, wise, pertinent, and witty all at once? When it's in the hands of Clifton Black, the answer is clearly yes. This welcome revised and expanded edition of Black's excellent Rhetoric of the Gospel is a magnificent resource for the student and the preacher alike. The chapter where Black brings the old lawyer and rhetorician Quintilian into the homiletics classroom, just to name but one of many delicious morsels in this volume, crackles with intellectual electricity, humor, and insight.
-Thomas G. Long,
This book is a delight. Clifton Black shares his unique capacities for wit and clarity in coherent theological appreciations of New Testament narratives, read through the eyes of classical rhetoric. His final chapters on preaching may shock--and educate.
-Francis J. Moloney,
Australian Catholic University, Melbourne, Australia
Professor Black is a conscientious reader, a judicious scholar, and a gifted writer; and this methodologically sophisticated and well-informed collection of his essays on the gospels and Acts has much to teach all of us. This is rhetorical criticism at its finest.
-Dale C. Allison, Jr.,
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
Black explores the rhetoric of the New Testament in an original and insightful way. He does not limit his treatment to the standard handbooks nor does he confine his insights to the most obvious places in the New Testament. He guides readers through a wide range of ancient theory--including the Characters of Theophrastus and Longinus' On the Sublime--and shows their relevance in unexpected places, such as the Lukan parables, the last supper discourses of the Fourth Gospel, and a mysterious narrative in Acts. With an eye to his audience, he finally focuses on the parabolic rhetoric appropriate to preaching, using the ancient masters Augustine and Quintillian. Any Christian orator, a.k.a. preacher, will find this work enormously helpful.
Yale Divinity School
Clifton Black has spent his academic life loving scripture. In this book Black marvels as the creative artistry of these early Christian preachers who produced literature that changed the world. Something about the truth of Jesus Christ called for an unprecedented outburst of literary artistry. We could have no better guide through the art that is scripture than Clifton Black.
-William H. Willimon,
Duke Divinity School
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