Out of Egypt: Biblical Theology and Biblical Interpretation
C Bartholomew (ed) / Mary Healy (ed) / Karl Moller (ed) / Robin Parry (ed)
Book Description
‘The Christian church confesses Scripture to be the authoritative Word of God, and thereby commits itself to seeking the inner unity of the Bible as it is focused on the one gospel of Jesus Christ, which the church declares to the world. Biblical theology is the name for the articulation of that inner unity of the Bible, and this volume rows vigorously against the currents in mainline biblical studies as it seeks to set the table for a renewed feast of biblical theology in biblical interpretation.’ Craig Bartholomew, Series Editor
Out of Egypt, the fifth in the Scripture and Hermeneutics Seminar series, assesses the current state of biblical theology and sets forth fresh directions for doing biblical theology and biblical interpretation. Contributors include Gerald Bray, Francis Martin, James Dunn, Richard Bauckham, John Webster and Charles Scobie.

About the Author
Craig Bartholomew is the H. Evan Runner Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Theology and Religion at Redeemer University College, Ancaster, Canada. Mary Healy is Adjunct Professor of Scripture at the Institute of Pastoral Theology in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Karl Möller is Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at St. Martin’s College, Lancaster. Robin Parry is Commissioning Editor for Paternoster.

ISBN: 9781842270691
Catalogue code: N/A
Publisher: PATERNOSTER PRESS - published 15/01/2005
Format: Hardback