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Ships from and sold by Hardback Bookie. Noting the issues raised by the past two decades of biblical scholarship, Guthrie engages the issues of authorship and authenticity, purpose and structure, historical context and cultural setting.

An Introduction to the New Testament focuses on "special introduction" that is historical questions dealing with authorship, date, sources, purpose, destination, and so forth. This approach stands in contrast to recent texts that concentrate more on literary form, rhetorical criticism, and historical parallels-topics the authors don't minimize, but instead think are better given extended treatment in exegesis courses. Every chapter examines a particular book based on content, author, audience, date written, reason for the book, adoption into canon, recent studies, contribution and more.

Testaments F. Festschrift Fuller-Reginald H. Fuller, A Critical Introduction to the New Testament (London

A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament: For the Use of Biblical Students is one of the books of Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener (1813–1891), biblical scholar and textual critic

A Plain Introduction to the Criticism of the New Testament: For the Use of Biblical Students is one of the books of Frederick Henry Ambrose Scrivener (1813–1891), biblical scholar and textual critic. In this book Scrivener listed over 3,000 Greek manuscripts of the New Testament, as well as manuscripts of early versions. It was used by Gregory for further work.

This little work on New Testament Introduction is the result of labor done in and for the class-room, and is primarily .

This little work on New Testament Introduction is the result of labor done in and for the class-room, and is primarily intended for my own students. They place Introduction (Canonics) first, as pertaining to the formal side of Scripture as a book and then let the studies follow that have reference to the formal and material side of the contents of the Bible.

The New Testament consists of 27 separate books, written mainly, though not exclusively, by Apostles of the Lord Jesus Christ. These books teach and testify of the ministry and Atonement of Jesus Christ and the rise of the early Christian Church. The Bible-the Old and New Testaments-has influenced more people than any other book ever written. Elder L. Tom Perry (1922–2015) of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles stated that the New Testament is the centerpiece of scriptural history, just as the Savior Himself should be the centerpiece of our lives.

A great introduction to each book in the new testament canon. When I say introduction, I don't mean easy, nor do I mean foundational, but rather "introductory" to some of the behind the scenes elements of Scripture. For instance, one of the things that Carson and Moo do extremely well is divide the sections of each book into their date, provenance (origin), authorship, and it's acceptance into the canon, as well as providing some really solid defense of the attacks from critical scholarship. If A great introduction to each book in the new testament canon.

Louis Berkhof, well-known Reformed theologian from the early 20th century, left us with this widely-appreciated .

Louis Berkhof, well-known Reformed theologian from the early 20th century, left us with this widely-appreciated and timeless resource on the New Testament. Complete with well-organized outlines and clearly presented overviews of each New Testament book, this work is a valuable addition to any reference library.