This capstone paintings from broadly revered senior evangelical student Donald Hagner deals a considerable creation to the hot testomony. Hagner bargains with the recent testomony either traditionally and theologically, making use of the framework of salvation heritage. He treats the hot testomony as a coherent physique of texts and stresses the cohesion of the recent testomony with out neglecting its style. even supposing the quantity covers general questions of advent, comparable to writer, date, historical past, and assets, it focuses totally on realizing the theological content material and which means of the texts, placing scholars able to comprehend the origins of Christianity and its canonical writings.
Throughout, Hagner offers balanced conclusions in dialog with vintage and present scholarship. The publication comprises precis tables, diagrams, maps, and vast bibliographies.
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