This value priced pack is only $149.99 (total retail value $300) and features eight volumes with contributions from over 95 leading scholars including Gerald Bray, James D. G. Dunn, Tremper Longman III, I. Howard Marshall, Kevin J. Vanhoozer, John Webster, Gordon Wenham, N. T. Wright, and many more.
The Scripture and Hermeneutics Series Pack includes the following volumes.
- Renewing Biblical Interpretation
- After Pentecost: Language And Biblical Interpretation
- A Royal Priesthood?: The Use of the Bible Ethically And Politically
- “Behind” the Text: History and Biblical Interpretation
- Out of Egypt: Biblical Theology and Biblical Interpretation
- Reading Luke: Interpretation, Reflection, Formation
- Canon and Biblical Interpretation
- The Bible and the University
|Contributor(s)||Craig Bartholomew , Jonathan Chaplin , C. Stephen Evans , Joel B. Green , Colin Greene , Scott Hahn , Mary Healy , David Lyle Jeffrey , Karl Möller , Robin Parry , Murray Rae , Christopher Seitz , Robert Song , Anthony C. Thiselton , Al Wolters|
|About the Contributor(s)||Craig Bartholomew
Craig Bartholomew (MA, Potchefstroom University, PhD, Bristol University) is professor of philosophy and biblical studies at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. He is the author of Reading Ecclesiastes: Old Testament Exegesis and Hermeneutical Theory. He has also edited In the Fields of the Lord: A Calvin Served Reader and co-edited Christ and Consumerism: A Critical Analysis of the Spirit of the Age. He is the series editor for the Scripture and Hermeneutics Series.
Jonathan Chaplin is associate professor of political theory at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto. He is co-editor of Political Theory and Christian Vision, has published a range of articles in the area of Christian political theory and is currently completing a book on the political thought of Herman Dooyeweerd.
C. Stephen Evans
C. Stephen Evans (PhD Yale University) is University Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Prior to coming to Baylor in 2001, he taught philosophy at Calvin College, St. Olaf College, and Wheaton College. His published works include fifteen books, among which are The Historical Christ and the Jesus of Faith and Why Believe?
Joel B. Green
Joel B. Green is Dean of Academic Affairs at Asbury Theological Seminary and Professor of New Testament Interpretation. He has written and edited numerous books,including What About the Soul?, Neuroscience and Christianity Anthropology, Salvation, Introducing the New Testament: Its Literature and Theology (co-authored), and Recovering the Scandal of the Cross: Atonement in New Testament and Contemporary Contexts (co-authored). He also contributed the The Gospel of Luke in the New International Commentary on the New Testament Series. He is now in his 25th year of editing "Catalyst.”
Colin Greene is head of theology and public policy at the British and Foreign Bible Society and visiting professor of systematic and philosophical theology at Seattle Pacific University. He is the author of Christology and Atonement in Historical Context and the forthcoming Making Out the Horizons: Christ in Cultural Perspective.
Scott Hahn is Professor of Theology and Scripture at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, in Steubenville, Ohio. He also holds the Chair of Biblical Theology and Liturgical Proclamation at St. Vincent Seminary in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. He is author of The Lamb's Supper, Lord Have Mercy; Swear to God: The Promise and Power of Sacraments; and Letter and Spirit: From Written Text of Living Word in the Liturgy.
Dr. Mary Healy is council chair of Mother of God Community, a lay Catholic community in Gaithersburg, Maryland, and adjunct professor of Scripture at the Institute for Pastoral Theology in Ypsilanti, Michigan. She has also recently joined the faculty of Campion College, a new Catholic college opening in Washington, DC. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, she completed a licentiate at the International Theological Institute in Gaming, Austria in 1998 and a doctorate in biblical theology at the Gregorian University in Rome in 2000. She is the co-editor of Behind the Text: History and Biblical Interpretation, the author of several articles, and often addresses conferences on biblical interpretation, the theology of the body, and other topics.
David Lyle Jeffrey
David Lyle Jeffrey, author of People of the Book: Christian Identity and Literary Culture (1996) and Houses of the Interpreter: Reading Scripture, Reading Culture (2003) is Distinguished Professor of Literature and the Humanities at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
Karl Möller is lecturer in theology and religious studies at St. Martin's College, Lancaster, and senior tutor at the Carlisle and Blackburn Diocesan Training Institute. He is the author of A Prophet in Debate: The Rhetoric of Persuasion in the Book of Amos. He has also co-edited Renewing Biblical Interpretation and After Pentecost: Language and Biblical Interpretation.
Robin Parry (PhD, University of Gloucestershire) is an editor at Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Murray Rae is a lecturer in systematic theology at King's College, London. He is the author of Kierkegaard's Vision of the Incarnation, and has co-edited The Practice of Theology and More Than a Single Issue: Theological Considerations Concerning the Ordination of Practicing Homosexuals. He is also the co-director of a research colloquium on theology and the built environment.
Christopher R. Seitz is Professor of Old Testament and Theological Studies at St. Mary's College at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. His books include Figured Out: Typology and Providence in the Christian Scriptures and the Interpretation Commentary on Isaiah 1-39.
Robert Song is a lecturer in Christian ethics at the University of Durham. He is the author of Christianity and Liberal Society and Human Genetics: Fabricating the Future.
Anthony C. Thiselton
Dr. Anthony C. Thiselton is professor of Christian theology at the University of Nottingham and Canon Theologian of Leicester Cathedral. His substantial volume on hermeneutics, The Two Horizons, received international acclaim as a standard resource for this growing subject area.
Al Wolters is professor of religion and theology/classical languages at Redeemer University College in Canada. His publications include Creation Regained: Biblical Basics of a Reformational Worldview, and The Song of the Valiant Woman: Studies in the Interpretation of Proverbs 31:10-31. He is working on a commentary on Zechariah.
|Publish Date||Apr 7, 2015|