Zondervan interviewed Dr. Kostenberger on his book, A Theology of John’s Gospel.
“The Contribution of the General Epistles and Revelation to a Biblical Theology of Religions,” in Christianity and the Religions: An Evangelical Theology of Religions, EMS Missiological Monographs 2 (ed. Edward Rommen and Harold A. Netland; Pasadena, Calif.: William Carey, 1995), 113-40. Do the general epistles and Revelation provide any information regarding a proper Christian response… Read More
This book is a dissertation written under Professor R. Piper at the University of St Andrews. At the outset, the author acknowledges her debt to scholars such as Elliott and Malina for the method of social-scientific criticism and to Berger and Luckmann for the sociology of knowledge. She also notes her dependence on Philip Esler… Read More
In this seminal work, the author takes aim at what he calls the “orthodox Johannophobia paradigm,” that is, the notion that John‟s Gospel was avoided by orthodox second-century Christians owing to its popularity among heterodox groups such as the Gnostics. According to this thesis, it was not until Irenaeus used the Fourth Gospel to refute… Read More
The first title in Zondervan’s new, eight-volume Biblical Theology of the New Testament series, this landmark textbook thoroughly explores John’s Gospel and letters and relates them to the rest of the New Testament and the Bible as a whole.