Exploring how 20th-century Christian theologies of the Old Testament
deal with history, Slama discusses the genre of Old Testament
theology; what history is; theology of the Old Testament
as history of religions; theology of the Old Testament
as a philosophy of history; on the Catholic front: a struggle over history; against the tyranny of history: its beginning between the wars; theology of the Old Testament
as a historical confession; when history reveals theology; in search of a theology of the Jewish Bible; history of religions once more; and against the tyranny of history: a post-modern sequel.
Critique: The World of the New Testament
: Cultural, Social, and Historical Contexts is a superb scholarly resource for students, professionals, and serious-minded lay readers seeking to better understand the context of New Testament
writings, and the era in which they were created.
Featuring: With Between the Buried and Me, Overcast, The Banner, Black Mass, Homewrecker, Downpour, No Zodiac, Testament
, Exodus, Nuclear Assault, Indecison, Incendiary, Wisdom In Chains, Nails, For Today, The Color Morale and My Ticket Home, 1 p.
The question is pressing, because readers of the New Testament
who have "come of age" are aware of problems such as internal inconsistencies, historical implausibility, and conflicting interpretations on ethical issues.
The Anabaptists are generally, and correctly, described as "New Testament
Cornelia Soldat, Das Testament
Ivans des Schrecklichen von 1572: Eine kritische Aufklarung/A Textual Analysis of the 1572 Will of Ivan the Terrible.
The Text of the New Testament
in Contemporary Research: Essays on the Status Quaestionis, 2nd Edition
The relationship between the Old Testament
and the New Testament
reflects both the continuity and discontinuity between the Christian and Israelite faiths.
A first-ever translation of the New Testament
in Dhimba, and a revised edition of the New Testament
in Khoikhoigowab are to be launched this week Friday and next weekend, in Ruacana and Windhoek respectively.
Christians knew that the Old Testament
was the scriptures of the Jews, which they believed to be divinely inspired and to which they added the distinctly Christian writings that were written later than the inherited books of Judaism.
Seven Events That Shaped The New Testament
World documents key moments in early Christian history and provides an introduction to the worlds surrounding the New Testament
, narrowing its focus to seven selected key moments in the centuries before and after Jesus.
This volume collects papers presented at a symposium on the study of Rabbinic literature and the New Testament
held in 2006 at the Catholic University of Leuven.
According to the story, a Third Testament
has been added to both the Old Testament
and the New Testament
The Old Testament
between Theology and History: A Critical Survey.
the New Testament
, therefore, "it is not hypocritical to rely on the Bible's proscriptions of homosexuality.