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Biblical Theology of the New Testament

Biblical Theology of the New Testament

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First English edition of an iconic work of German scholarship

Since its original publication in German, Peter Stuhlmacher’s two-volume Biblische Theologie des Neuen Testaments has influenced an entire generation of biblical scholars and theologians. Now Daniel Bailey’s expert translation makes this important work of New Testament theology available in English for the first time.

Following an extended discussion of the task of writing a New Testament theology, Stuhlmacher explores the development of the Christian message across the pages of the Gospels, the writings of Paul, and the other canonical books of the New Testament. The second part of the book examines the biblical canon and its historical significance. A concluding essay by Bailey applies Stuhlmacher’s approach to specific texts in Romans and 4 Maccabees.



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ISBN-13: 9780802840806
Publisher: Eerdmans, William B. Publishing Company
Publication date: 08/16/2018
Pages: 950
Product dimensions: 6.12(w) x 6.25(h) x (d)

About the Author


Peter Stuhlmacher is professor emeritus of New Testament studies at the University of Tübingen and the author of many books, including Historical Criticism and Theological Interpretation of Scripture and Revisiting Paul's Doctrine of Justification.
 

Table of Contents

Foreword G. K. Beak ix

Translator's Preface xiii

Preface to the English Edition xix

References and Abbreviations xxi

Bibliography of New Testament Theologies xxxiii

Foundations 1

1 The Task and Structure of a Biblical Theology of the New Testament 3

Book 1 The Origin and Character Of The New Testament Proclamation 49

Part 1 The Proclamation of Jesus 51

2 The Problem and Necessity of the Quest for the Earthly Jesus 53

3 The Chronology of Jesus's Ministry 64

4 Jesus and John the Baptist 72

5 God's Son and Gods Kingdom 81

6 Characteristic Forms of Jesus's Proclamation 90

7 God's Uniqueness and Saving Power in the Proclamation of Jesus 100

8 God's Will in the Proclamation of Jesus 114

9 The Messianic Son of Man: Jesuss Claim to Deity 126

0 Jesuss Readiness to Suffer and His Understanding of His Death 146

11 The Consequence of Jesus's Mission: Passion and Crucifixion 167

12 Who Was Jesus of Nazareth? 180

Part 2 The Proclamation of the Early Church 185

13 Jesuss Resurrection from the Dead 187

14 The Development of the Confession of Christ 205

15 The Formation, Structure, and Mission of the First Churches 225

Part 3 The Proclamation of Paul 251

16 Sources, Chronology, and Nature of Paul's Career 253

17 The Origin and Starting Point of Pauline Theology 264

18 Paul and the Law 284

19 The World, Humanity, and Sin 302

20 Christ, the End of the Law 318

21 The Gospel, Justification, and Faith 346

22 The Sacraments, the Spirit, and the Church 385

23 Life and Obedience by Grace: The Pauline Paraclesis 408

Part 4 The Proclamation in the Period after Paul 431

24 The Proclamation of Christ in the Pauline School 434

25 The Understanding of the Church in the Pauline School 459

26 Paraclesis and Eschatology in the Pauline School 475

Excursus: Eschatology and Apostleship in 2 Thessalonians 488

27 The Letter of James 494

28 The Theology and Proclamation of First Peter 506

29 The Theology and Proclamation of Hebrews 522

30 Apostolic Faith and Scripture Interpretation in the Church: The Struggle against Heresy in Jude and Second Peter 543

Part 5 The Proclamation of the Synoptic Gospels 555

31 The Origin of the Synoptic Gospels 558

32 The Gospel of Mark 572

33 The Gospel of Matthew 592

34 Luke and Acts 616

Part 6 The Proclamation of John and His School 643

35 The Tradition of the Johannine School 645

36 Johannine Christology 663

37 Life in Faith and Love 701

38 The Johannine View of the Church 717

39 The Significance of the Tradition of the Johannine School 733

Book 2 The Problem Of The Canon And The Center Of Scripture 741

40 The Formation of the Two-Part Christian Canon 743

41 The Center of Scripture 772

42 The Canon and Its Interpretation 792

43 Recent Work and Future Prospects 808

Biblical and Greco-Roman Uses of Hilasterion in Romans 3:25 and 4 Maccabees 17:22 (Codex S) Daniel P. Bailey 824

Index of Subjects 869

Index of Modern Authors 876

Index of Scripture and Other Ancient Sources 882

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