We will start the first Book Note of this In Progress review for G.K. Beale’s A New Testament Biblical Theology discussing the overall expectations that we should have for the book. My goal is to find out the author’s thesis and how he will structure his proof for that thesis by looking at the book’s title, subtitle, and structure (table of contents).
In our first In Progress review, we are going to delve deeply into G. K. Beale’s new release, A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New.
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- biblical theology
- new testament theology
- reformed theology
- the lutheran captivity of the church
- the biblical promise of land
- to whom do they belong: children in the covenant
- jesus at the feast of booths
- the people of god
- contours in genesis
- the resurrection
- 2012 general assembly
- church in the hundred acre wood
- church history