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RT @frsimoncuffExcited to have signed with @SCM_Press for a new book on the doctrine of God & Christian action. Divine Simplicity… https://t.co/PECRnlJVcG
Author(s): Stanley Hauerwas, R.R. Reno, Robert W. Jensen
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This commentary, like each in the series, is designed to serve readers by demonstrating the continuing intellectual and practical viability of theological interpretation of the Bible.
Figures of the classical church such as Augustine, Calvin, Luther, and Wesley interpreted the Bible theologically, believing Scripture as a whole witnessed to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Modern interpreters of the Bible questioned this premise. But, in recent decades, a critical mass of theologians and biblical scholars has begun to reassert the priority of a theological reading of Scripture.
The "SCM Theological Commentary" series enlists leading theologians to read and interpret Scripture for the twenty-first century, just as the church fathers, the Reformers, and other orthodox Christians did for their times and places.
Stanley Hauerwas is the Gilbert T Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke Divinity School in the USA. As well as this book for SCM, he is also author of The Peaceable Kingdom, With the Grain of the Universe and is co-editor with Peter Ochs of the Radical Traditions series.
Stanley Hauerwas is Gilbert T. Rowe Professor of Theological Ethics at Duke University.
'There will be those who find this commentary a breath of fresh air. There is certainly much to challenge and inspire Christian readers.' Biblical Literature, November 2007
Also in the series:R. R. Reno (Creighton University) on GenesisJohn Behr (St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary) on ExodusEphraim Radner (Ascension Episcopal Church, Pueblo, CO) on LeviticusDavid Stubbs (Western Theological Seminary) on NumbersTelford Work (Westmont College) on DeuteronomyJohn Franke (Biblical Theological Seminary) on JoshuaStephen Fowl (Loyola College, Maryland) and Samuel Wells (Duke University) on Ruth & EstherFrancesca Aran Murphy (University of Aberdeen) on 1 SamuelPeter J Leithart (New Saint Andrews College Idaho) on 1 and 2 KingsScott Hahn (St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology) on ChroniclesMatthew Levering (Ave Maria University) on Ezra & NehemiahDavid Burrell (University of Notre Dame) on JobEllen Charry (Princeton Theological Seminary) and Anne Astell (Purdue University) on Psalms Daniel Treier (Wheaton College) on Proverbs & EcclesiastesPaul Griffiths (University of Illinois at Chicago) on Song of SongsKevin Vanhoozer (Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) on JeremiahRobert Jenson (Center of Theological Inquiry) on EzekielGeorge Sumner (Wycliffe College, Toronto) on DanielPhillip Cary (Eastern University) on JonahJohn Michael McDermott (Pontifical College Josephinum, Columbus, OH) on MarkDavid Lyle Jeffrey (Baylor University) on LukeBruce Marshall (Southern Methodist University) on JohnJaroslav Pelikan on ActsDavid Yeago (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary) on RomansBernd Wannenwetsch (Oxford University) on 1 & 2 CorinthiansKathryn Greene-McCreight (Yale University Divinity School) on GalatiansJohn Webster (King's College, Aberdeen) on EphesiansGeorge Hunsinger (Princeton University) on PhilippiansChristopher Seitz (University of St. Andrews) on ColossiansDouglas Farrow (McGill University) on 1 & 2 ThessaloniansRisto Saarinen (University of Helsinki) on 1 & 2 TimothyDavid Hart (University of Virginia) on HebrewsTimothy George (Beeson Divinity School, Samford University) on JamesDouglas Harink (The King's University College) on 1 & 2 PeterMichael Root (Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary) on 1, 2, & 3 JohnGeoffrey Wainwright (Duke University) on Revelation