A comprehensive account of the role and work of the Spirit, covering the entire Bible.
Written by a team of leading evangelical scholars, including world authorities such as Craig Bartholomew, David deSilva, James D. G. Dunn, Walter Kaiser and Max Turner.
Informed by the latest scholarship.
Will become the standard introductory survey on the subject.
Written by an international team of leading scholars, this is the first comprehensive exploration of the role and work of the Holy Spirit, as witnessed in both the Old and New Testaments. With contributions by Craig Bartholomew, Gary Burge, David deSilva, James D. G. Dunn, David Firth, Walter Kaiser, Wonsuk Ma, John Christopher Thomas, Max Turner, and Matthias Wenk, among others, this authoritative survey will rapidly establish itself as a standard reference point for scholars and students of all theological persuasions.
Any attempt at a "biblical theology" must begin with a careful exegesis of the biblical text. To this end, each contributor addresses the text through a rigorous exegesis of pertinent passages, keeping in mind the genre, canonical contexts, and sweep of redemptive history.
|Publisher:||Wipf & Stock Publishers|
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About the Author
Trevor J. Burke is Professor of Bible, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, Illinois, USA. His recent books include Paul as Missionary: Identity, Activity, Theology and Practice (2011), Adopted into God's Family: Exploring a Pauline Metaphor (2006) and Family Matters: A Socio-historical Study of Kinship Metaphors in 1 Thessalonians (2003).
Keith Warrington is Reader in Pentecostal Studies at Regents Theological College, West Malvern. His recent books include The Miracles in the Gospels (Forthcoming, 2015), Pentecostal Theology (2009), The Message of the Holy Spirit (2009) and Discovering Jesus in the New Testament (2009).