The 1999 editorial of JETS marks the transition from Ronald Youngblood to Andreas Köstenberger. This editorial provides updates to a number of new developments for JETS.
“The Two Johannine Verbs for Sending: A Study of Johns Use of Words with Reference to General Linguistic Theory,” in Linguistics and the New Testament: Critical Junctures (ed. Stanley E. Porter and D. A. Carson; JSNTSup 168; Studies in New Testament Greek 5; Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press, 1999), 125-43. Is there a distinction in meaning… Read More
What is the place of mission in the theology of the New Testament? After clarifying the nature of mission, New Testament theology, and Scripture, the present essay assesses the significance of mission within the scope of the New Testaments message as a whole. The author first surveys the New Testament theologies by Rudolf Bultmann, George… Read More
With the publication of Schlatter’s New Testament Theology, the question arises how Schlatter’s work was received when it first appeared in print over eighty years ago. A look at the historical reception of Schlatter’s two-volume New Testament Theology will prove to be instructive. After a brief biographical sketch, this article will survey reviewer criticism, sketch Schlatter’s… Read More