Accordance Bible has recently released Beale’s A New Testament Biblical Theology: The Unfolding of the Old Testament in the New (Baker Academic, 2011) via their software platform. As many of you may know, G.K. Beale is a (the?) premier evangelical theologian and scholar whose scholarship transcends sectarian boundaries. Those of us who already have his previous […]
That’s the first one… find the rest here. Beale’s book, Commentary on the New Testament’s Use of the Old Testament, is a fantastic one. I have it on Logos, but have not yet gotten a chance to purchase his latest.
Publisher’s Description: A detailed critical analysis of various apocalyptic texts which poses a solution to the problem concerned with the method of studying allusive Old Testament material, particularly from Daniel. This study shows how Daniel helped mold the eschatological thinking of both Jews and Christians around the time of Christ. 364 Pages Published April […]
Our first three weeks in New Testament 1 has been spent studying the Book of Revelation. (dum dum dum…) Thought I might share the three books which I keep turning too and ask you for your suggestions: First up is G.K. Beale’s excellent and weighty commentary on the Greek text. Honestly, there is not description […]