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21 - The New Testament and Theology

from Part III - Methods and Modes of Interpretation

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 April 2021

Patrick Gray
Affiliation:
Rhodes College, Memphis
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This chapter discusses “New Testament Theology,” “Theological Interpretation,” and the use of the New Testament by theologians, both ancient and modern.

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Print publication year: 2021

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Further Reading

Balla, Peter. Challenges to New Testament Theology: An Attempt to Justify the Enterprise. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2011.Google Scholar
Bockmuehl, Markus, and Torrance, Alan J., eds. Scripture’s Doctrine and Theology’s Bible: How the New Testament Shapes Christian Dogmatics. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2008.Google Scholar
Dunn, James D. G. New Testament Theology: An Introduction. Nashville: Abingdon, 2009.Google Scholar
Morgan, Robert, ed. The Nature of New Testament Theology: The Contribution of William Wrede and Adolf Schlatter. London: SCM, 1973.Google Scholar
Reynolds, Benjamin, Lugioyo, Brian, and Vanhoozer, Kevin J., eds. Reconsidering the Relationship between Biblical and Systematic Theology in the New Testament: Essays by Theologians and New Testament Scholars. WUNT 2.369. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck, 2014.Google Scholar
Rosner, Brian S., ed. New Dictionary of Biblical Theology: Exploring the Unity & Diversity of Scripture. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2004.Google Scholar
Rowland, Christopher, and Tuckett, Christopher, eds. The Nature of New Testament Theology: Essays in Honor of Robert Morgan. Oxford: Blackwell, 2006.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vanhoozer, Kevin J. ed. Theological Interpretation of the New Testament: A Book-by-Book Survey. Grand Rapids; Baker Academic, 2008.Google Scholar
Via, Dan O. What Is New Testament Theology? Minneapolis: Fortress, 2002.Google Scholar
Yarbrough, Robert W. The Salvation Historical Fallacy? Reassessing the History of New Testament Theology. Leiden, Deo, 2004.Google Scholar

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