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- Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 37.95
Reading the New Testament is the lead volume to the successful New Testament Readings Series . It analyzes the many ways in which the New Testament can be read and interpreted. Rather than prescribing one 'correct' way of reading, this study offers an overview of and introduction to the most influential theories of recent scholarship, discussing... more...
- I.B.Tauris 2008; US$ 29.00
Embracing two thousand years of intense and fiery admonition, Approaching the Apocalypse offers students of religion, history and politics the definitive handbook to Doomsday. Ideas about divinely-inspired disaster have an enduring place in the history of Christian thought. For centuries men and women have made preparations for the imminent end of... more...
- Continuum International Publishing 2000; US$ 140.00
This original and unusual book investigates a continuing Johannine apocalyptic tradition, represented in three strange Greek texts that are also linked to a Coptic manuscript. None of the Greek texts has been published in recent years, and they have never been published together or associated in studies of Christian apocrypha. John Court, well known... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2002; US$ 42.00
This is the first book to examine the Aramaic dimension of Q since the Aramaic Dead Sea scrolls made such work more feasible. Maurice Casey reconstructs and interprets the Aramaic sources, raising the level of proof that Jesus said and did some of the things attributed in our earliest sources. more...
- Cambridge University Press 1999; US$ 46.00
This book is about how to read Paul's letters as first-century epistles. A new method is worked out by studying Romans 1.16-4.25. The result is a presentation of Romans as a highly practical letter, in which we see justification by grace through faith as theology at work. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 38.00
This book examines the question of how God might be thought to relate to the realm of human history. It explores this partly through a reading of a particular New Testament text, the Book of Revelation, and partly through analysing the work of two theologians, Jürgen Moltmann and Wolfhart Pannenberg. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2000; US$ 46.00
The Epistle of James is a rhetorical composition, a deliberative discourse in the guise of a letter. One of its most interesting features is its manipulation of Jesus' sayings to make an audience think and act in ways that have social consequence. This is a study of James' social rhetoric. more...
- Cambridge University Press 1999; US$ 50.00
This book goes behind the Greek text of the Gospel of Mark and reconstructs some of its sources in the original Aramaic, the language which Jesus spoke. This work has been made possible by the publication of all the Aramaic Dead Sea Scrolls, which provide a basis of Jewish Aramaic for the right period. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2001; US$ 53.00
This book offers an innovative interpretation of Paul's account of and reflection upon his confrontation with Peter in Antioch (Galatians 2.11-21), an event prominent in any attempt to reconstruct the emergence of the early church and the essence of Pauline theology. more...
- Cambridge University Press 2003; US$ 51.00
Wesley Olmstead examines the parables of the Two Sons, the Tenants and the Wedding Feast against the backdrop of the wider Matthean narrative. He explores Matthew's characterisation of Jewish leaders, people and nations and assesses the respective roles of Israel and the nations in the plot of Matthew's Gospel. more...