Description - 2 Corinthians by L. Joseph Kreitzer
Books and Commentaries on the writings of the New Testament abound. But where can a student find a short up-to-date volume, concise yet compehensive, on the New Testament text he or she is studying? More important, where can a student find such a volume at an affordable price? NEW TESTAMENT GUIDES have been designed to meet these and other student needs: -introduction to the contents of the particular biblical book -balanced survey of the important critical issues -attention to the literary, historical, sociological and theological perspectives -suggestions about critical appropriation of the text by the contemporary reader -reference to other standard works through annotated bibliographies For this series the authors have drawn not only upon their scholarly expertise but also upon their experience as teachers of university and college students. The series editor, A.T. Lincoln, whose writings include Paradise Now and Not Yet and the Word ommentary on Ephesians, is Professor of New Testament at the School of Theology and Religious Studies at Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education. Larry Kreitzer is a Fellow and Tutor for Graduates at Regent's Park College, Oxford.He is also Lecturer in New Testament at Oriel College, Oxford and holds a University Research Lectureship within the Faculty of Theology at Oxford.
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(216mm x 140mm x 8mm)
Sheffield Academic Press
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Author Biography - L. Joseph Kreitzer
Larry J Kreitzer is Tutor for Graduates and Tutor of New Testament at Regent's Park College, Oxford. He also holds a Research Lectureship within the Faculty of Theology in Oxford. He is the author of several books, including "The Letter to the Ephesians" (Epworth Commentary, 1997), "Pauline Images in Fiction and Film" (1999), and "Gospel Images in Fiction and Film" (2002).