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Mar 24, pages, hardcover from B&H. From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation () by Craig L. Blomberg. Description. From Pentecost to Patmos is professor Craig L. Blomberg’s follow-up companion to his ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning book, Jesus and. Jul 20, PENTECOST. TO PATMOS. CRAIG L. BLOMBERG. AN INTRODUCTION TO. ACTS THROUGH REVELATION. NAShvILLE, TENNESSEE.
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From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation
I have read many dry Bible commentaries for my Seminary papers. After all this is only the second of his many books on the New Testament that I’ve read so I understand his amusement.
If you are looking for an inviting and well-executed investigation into the writings of the New Testament, From Pentecost to Patmos: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Each of the Pauline epistles are treated independently, beginning with introductory material, commentary, application, study questions and bibliography.
He covers ever section nearly verse by verse from Acts to Revelation – discussing who wrote it, when and where various yo were written and the various theories and authors who refute the authenticity of the New Testament and helps the reader reach their own understanding of what these passages mean as well as what they say.
Want to Read saving…. Maps and charts are included throughout. Chad Hester rated it really liked it Feb 24, Section form, Other New Testament Writings, continues with the same format as the two prior sections. The strength of this book is Blomberg’s systematic and thorough treatment of the second half of the New Testament.
From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation by Craig L. Blomberg
Daniel Kleven rated it really liked it Oct 29, Jan 23, Matt Tyler rated it liked it Shelves: He used good judgment and covered what should be there for us. This is not one of them. A quality New Testament Commentary form oven serve the needed purpose of providing the student of Scripture with a solid overview of the content and purpose of the books its discusses.
Thanks t telling us about the problem. Given that was the method Paul used in writing his letters, it is certainly useful to have an understanding of how such a letter is put together. From Pentecost to Patmos: The book is exceptional and the Chapter on Revelation I thought was especially good.
Craig Blomberg joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in Recommended for serious NT students, Bible study leaders, academics, and pastors. His underlying approach is really to give the reader who may not be able to sit in a Seminary classroom, the ability to exegete Acts through Revelation in a sound biblically based manner as well as a quite thorough background of just what is being discussed penrecost these books and why t even matters.
In the same style as that first acclaimed and widely used volume, the author ti deep into the biblical writings of Acts through Revelation, helping serious Bible students to better understand the historical, linguistic, and theological significances found in each book.
The book is best used in serious study alongside the New Testament text; it does not hold much interest without its source material. Return to Book Page. Blomberg also provides the reader with a number too excellent resources throughout the book to include relevant maps, charts, excellent footnotes filled with additional study material, and solid discussion questions at various points in the commentary that help the reader engage patmoos text and that provide that much needed additional food for thought so often missing from many Bible Surveys.
Section two, Paul and His Letters, begins with an excellent discussion on the life of Paul and the various issues pertaining to his writings and the epistolary genre. Blomberg is a seasoned scholar with a keen ability to communicate difficult concepts with clarity. A great, concise and yet at times also detailed study of the NT books from Acts to Revelation.
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Aug patoms, Mark A Powell rated it really liked it. Justin Doty rated it it was amazing Feb 24, While Blomberg does give historical information, he spends the majority of time commenting on the text of Scripture itself, referencing his way through the New Testament canon.
I just completed this book as part of a Bible Institute Series at my church and Dr.