By G. K. Beale
During this complete exposition, a number one New testomony student explores the unfolding theological solidarity of the full Bible from the vantage aspect of the hot testomony. G. ok. Beale, coeditor of the award-winning statement at the New testomony Use of the outdated testomony, examines how the recent testomony storyline pertains to and develops the previous testomony storyline. Beale argues that each significant inspiration of the recent testomony is a improvement of an idea from the previous and is to be understood as an aspect of the inauguration of the latter-day new production and country. delivering broad interplay among the 2 testaments, this quantity is helping readers see the unifying conceptual threads of the outdated testomony and the way these threads are woven jointly in Christ.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 can be valued through scholars of the recent testomony and pastors alike.
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Dumbrell rightly, in my view, opts for new creation as the comprehensive presentation of government (=Â€kingdom) and thus as the most comprehensive notion of the Bible, being a summary of the four other ideas (a point apparently overlooked by Scobie, who views Dumbrell as a thoroughgoing biblical-theological multiperspectivalist). But note that new creation and kingdom appear to be virtually overlapping, so that Dumbrell’s core idea is really that of a new-creational kingdom and not merely a new creation.
The preceding discussion has shown some slight differences but also primarily commonalities between this project and other NT theologies that have been written. However, the following shows the unique traits of my approach to a NT biblical theology in distinction from the usual NT theologies. (1) The approach of this book overlaps with that of a whole-Bible biblical theology in that it addresses more directly the theological storyline of the OT. ”14 In this respect, my work begins formally in the next chapter with a focus only on a thumbnail sketch of the development of the OT storyline beginning in Genesis and developing throughout the OT.
In particular, the present project places the interpretation of NT texts in relation to the preceding epochs found in the OT, which often occurs through analyzing the use of particular OT passages in the NT. Â€25 on Christian living). Â€26 on the law and marriage). Â€27. â•¯Vos, “Idea of Biblical Theology,” 15. Carson (“New Testament Theology,” 807–8) agrees with Vos’s definition and elaborates well uponÂ€it. Â€A. Carson, “Current Issues in Biblical Theology: A New Testament Perspective,” BBRÂ€5 (1995): 17–41; idem, “New Testament Theology,” 798–814.