By G. K. Beale
During this complete exposition, a number one New testomony student explores the unfolding theological harmony of the whole Bible from the vantage element of the hot testomony. G. ok. Beale, coeditor of the award-winning observation at the New testomony Use of the previous testomony, examines how the hot testomony storyline pertains to and develops the outdated testomony storyline. Beale argues that each significant suggestion of the recent testomony is a improvement of an idea from the outdated and is to be understood as a side of the inauguration of the latter-day new construction and state. supplying vast interplay among the 2 testaments, this quantity is helping readers see the unifying conceptual threads of the outdated testomony and the way these threads are woven jointly in Christ. This significant paintings could be valued through scholars of the recent testomony and pastors alike.
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Additional resources for A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New
See also the New Testament section of the whole-Bible biblical theology by Mathison, From Age to Age, 337–698, who also follows Vos, Ridderbos, and Dumbrell in seeing and attempting to trace an already and not yet eschatological perspective throughout the NT. While helpful, Mathison’s work operates at a broad general level through a brushstroke survey of eschatology in each NT book and typically does not reflect exegetical depth (esp. with respect to the use of the OT in the NT and associated Jewish interpretations of these OT uses), though this does not appear to have been part of his purpose.
2 under the heading “The Repeated Cosmic Judgment and New Creation Episodes of the Old Testament,” and esp. Â€6. Â€1–3 are developed throughout the rest of the OT. Â€2–3). Nevertheless, the hope here is that the main outline of this kind of study is sufficiently headed in the right direction such that it holds potential to be fleshed out and validated by subsequent substantive research by others. (2) The main facets of the OT narrative story are then traced into and throughout the NT. The main elements of the OT plotline become the basis for the formulation of the NT storyline.
Dodd’s small yet profound book According to the Scriptures made two major points in line with Stuhlmacher’s general approach, but preceding him. Dodd argued that OT quotations and allusions in the NT have in mind the broader context of the OT passage from where they come. Â€A. Carson, “Locating Udo Schnelle’s Theology of the New Testament in the Contemporary Discussion,” JETS 53 (2010): 133–34, which also summarizes some German NT theologies that are a part of this recent trend. , Ulrich Wilckens, Theologie des Neuen Testaments, 5 vols.