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Z Book Around the Web - Greek, Biblical Theology, and Union with Christ

Categories Theology New Testament

9780310495895Mark Stevens at The Parson’s Patch reviewed the NIV Greek
and English New Testament
.

“I would heartily recommend this bible for pastors and students.
In my opinion the layout of the text is its strongest asset. Having the Greek
text so close and yet not an interlinear means someone like me with not so
perfect Greek is still able to look across and recognize a word I may have
forgotten or not know without becoming lazy!”

Scot McKnight uses Understanding Biblical Theology to begin
a discussion about restoring theology to biblical theology.

“Reading the Bible, then, is a theological enterprise — for
the present. The Bible is not a historical text; for the church the Bible is
Scripture. It is unlike any other book and so is unique as a genre. Those who
judged this discipline are those for whom it matters: those of faith, those in
the church. It involves the whole Bible — OT and NT, seeing a two-Testament
Bible. Christian tradition matters.”

And Credo Magazine reviews Paul and Union with Christ.

“It is for good reason that interest in this doctrine
continues, essential as it is to an understanding of the gospel. Campbell’s
exposition of this marvelous theme is a genuine contribution to the study that
leaves us in his debt. Combining thorough exegetical analysis and clear, simple
theological precision, future discussion is now set on firmer ground. And
certainly no pastor or teacher will want to expound Paul’s epistles without this
helpful aid close at hand.”

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