In the Mail: Plethora Edition

Today, I have received my fair share of books to review:

Wesley Study Bible

  • Leather Bound: 1568 pages
  • Publisher: Abingdon Press (February 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0687645034
  • ISBN-13: 978-0687645039
  • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 8.4 x 1.9 inches

I’ve seen it in passing at my local Cokesbury, which by the way, is preferrable to many Christian bookstores.

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Publisher’s Description: In this third volume in the Library of Biblical Theology series, James D.G. Dunn ranges widely across the literature of the New Testament to describe the essential elements of the early church’s belief and practice. Eschatology, grace, law and gospel, discipleship, Israel and the church, faith and works, and most especially incarnation, atonement, and resurrection; Dunn places these and other themes in conversation with the contemporary church’s work of understanding its faith and life in relation to God’s self-revelation in Jesus Christ.

Publisher: Abingdon Press
Author: Dunn, James D.G.
ISBN-13: 9780687341207

Product Description
Abingdon Pillars of Theology is a series for the college and seminary classroom designed to help students grasp the basic and necessary facts, influence, and significance of major theologians. Written by noted scholars, these books outline the contrxt, methodology, organizing principles, primary contributions, and key writings of people who have shaped theology as we know it today. John Calvin (1509-1564) continues to be read and discussed because he illumines our human experience. Although inseparatable from his context, Calvin’s theology speaks for itself, thus identifying ways Calvin remains a living voice for those who struggle with the  meaning of Christian faith.

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8 Replies to “In the Mail: Plethora Edition”

  1. Joel,
    I was given, years back now (in the mail), one of the first Wesley Study Bibles. It was a Nelson publisher then, is this the same Bible?  I like it overall, but perhaps it should be called the Wesleyan Study Bible, least the Nelson version. It is all American people, and this version is Nazarene (Church of, at least many members therein).
    Fr. R.

  2. Thanks, I see it now…online somewhat. I like the real Wesley bothers however. Love Charles hymns. I wrote a book years back now, on John Wesley the Anglican. It’s op now.
    Fr. R.

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