John M. G. Barclay. Paul and the Power of Grace. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2020. 202 pages. $22.00 (paperback).
Book Notice: Reading the New Testament as Christian Scripture: A Literary, Canonical, and Theological Survey
Constantine R. Campbell and Jonathan T. Pennington. Reading the New Testament as Christian Scripture: A Literary, Canonical, and Theological Survey. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2020. 432 pages. $54.99 (hardcover).
Michelle Lee-Barnewall. Surprised by the Parables: Growing in Grace through the Stories of Jesus. Bellingham, WA: Lexham, 2020. 192 pages. $18.99 (paperback).
What is Biblical Theology (BT)? One might simply say, “BT is theology that is biblical”—theology that is biblically grounded.
In my first lecture, I defined what Biblical Theology (BT) is and what it isn’t; I’ve also discussed hermeneutics and method in BT and surveyed four ways of engaging in BT:
Apocalyptic Literature When approaching apocalyptic literature, we must first define our terms: