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WBC- JUDE & 2ND PETER VOL 50 HB

WBC- JUDE & 2ND PETER VOL 50 HB
From a team of more than 50 international scholars comes the Word Biblical Commentary Series. Its more than 60 volumes offer the best in critical scholarship firmly committed to the authority of Scripture as divine revelation. ...
 
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ISBN/EAN: 9780849902499
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Publisher: THOMAS NELSON PUBLISHERS
Author: BAUKHAM RICHARD
 
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From a team of more than 50 international scholars comes the Word Biblical Commentary Series.

Its more than 60 volumes offer the best in critical scholarship firmly committed to the authority of Scripture as divine revelation.

For many years, these two brief books of the New Testament, Jude and 2 Peter, received little attention by scholars or study by Christians generally. However, Dr. Richard J. Bauckham makes a convincing case that these books deserve far more respect. Beginning with a broad-ranging Introduction in which he deals with such matters as Form and Structure, Language, Sources and literary Relationships, Dr Bauckham also addresses the 'Character of the Letter,' 'The Opponents,' 'Date,' 'Authorship' and 'Attestation of each Letter'. On the subject of their value to the Christian church today he concludes, '... when a serious and patient attempt is made to understand them in their own terms, they can be seen to be worthy of their place in the canon of Scripture and to make their own distincitive contributions to the message of the Word of God even today. The moral imperative of the Gospel still needs to be urged in opposition to ethical libertinism, and the Christian eschatological hope still needs to be sustained in the face of shallow skepticism.'

Width: 161mm
Height: 238mm
Thickness: 32mm
Weight: 705.00gr

Hardback 256 pages
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