Current Issues in New Testament Interpretation
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Publisher: SCM Press
The contributors to this symposius are scholars of high distinction: Thorleif Boman, Paul S. Minear, Amos N. Wilder, Markus Barth, Frederick C. Grant, James M. Robinson, Floyd V. Filson, N. A. Dahl, Rudolf Bultmann, Eduard Schweizer, K. H. Rengstorf, Leonhard Coppelt, C. K. Barrett, Johannes Munck and Krister Stendahi. The book was planned in honour of Dr Otto Piper, who was driven by the Nazis from his chair at Munster and has been a Professor at Princeton Theological Seminary since 1937. His writings are listed. Explaining the wide range of subjects covered (from Ontology to Gnosticism), Dr James McCord writes that Dr Piper 'has lived in an age that has been forced to rediscover the living centre of the Christian faith, Jesus Christ, and that has begun to move out from this centre to engage the various issues confronting modern man.' Thus this book provides the student of theology, the preacher or the interested layman with an opportunity to survey the world of New Testament scholarship in action today.
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