Ways of Our God An Approach to Biblical Theology

ISBN-10: 0802849504
ISBN-13: 9780802849502
Edition: 2002
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Description: At a time when Old Testament and New Testament studies are considered to be two very different tasks, Charles Scobie offers an approach to biblical theology meant to take the entire sweep of divine revelation.

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Book details

List price: $45.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1055
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 2.882
Language: English

At a time when Old Testament and New Testament studies are considered to be two very different tasks, Charles Scobie offers an approach to biblical theology meant to take the entire sweep of divine revelation.

Preface
Introduction
Abbreviations
Prolegomena to a Biblical Theology
The Definition of Biblical Theology
What Is Biblical Theology?
Integrated, Independent, and Intermediate Biblical Theology
The History of Biblical Theology
The Early and Medieval Period
The Reformation
The Emergence of an Independent Biblical Theology
Gabler's Definition
The Rise and Fall of Biblical Theology
Old Testament and New Testament Theology
From Theology to Religion
The Revival of Theology
From Theology to Theologies
New Directions in Biblical Theology
Questioning of the Historical-Critical Method
"Authenticity"
Hermeneutics of Consent
The Continuing Validity of the Historical Approach
The Canonical Text
The Literary Approach
The Canonical Approach
The Church as Interpretive Community
A Revival of Biblical Theology
Tradition History
Biblical Themes
Biblical Theologies
The Method of Biblical Theology
An Intermediate Biblical Theology
A Canonical Biblical Theology
Scripture and Canon
Tanakh and Old Testament
The Canon of the New Testament
Biblical Theology Is Limited to the Canon of Christian Scripture
Biblical Theology Is Based on Both Old and New Testaments
Biblical Theology Is Based on the Content of the Christian Canon
Biblical Theology Is Based on the Structure of the Christian Canon
Biblical Theology Is Based on the Text of the Christian Canon
Biblical Theology Is Based Primarily on the Final Canonical Form of the Text
Biblical Theology Will Reject a "Canon within the Canon"
A Cooperative Biblical Theology
Old Testament and New Testament
Biblical Studies and Theology
An Ecumenical Approach
A Structured Biblical Theology
The Structure of Biblical Theology
Alternative Approaches
The Systematic Approach
The Historical Approach
The Thematic Approach
The Relationship between Old and New Testaments
The Pattern of Proclamation/Promise: Fulfillment/Consummation
The Framework of a Biblical Theology
God's Order
God's Servant
God's People
God's Way
Unity and Diversity
Creation and History
Individual and Community
A Sketch of Biblical Theology
God's Order
The Living God
The Lord of Creation
The Lord of History
The Adversary
The Spirit
God's Servant
The Messiah
The Son of Man
Glory, Word, Wisdom, Son
The Servant's Suffering
The Servant's Vindication
God's People
The Covenant Community
The Nations
Land and City
Worship
Ministry
God's Way
The Human Condition
Faith and Hope
God's Commandments
Love Your Neighbor
Life
Outline of Part II
Bibliography
Indexes
Authors
Subjects

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