About the Course This course teaches a simple method for interpreting the Bible. It aims to cover preparation, interpretation, and application. The method of this course is centered around the “hermeneutical triad,” consisting of literature, history, and theology: “In essence, our core proposal is this: for any passage of Scripture, you will want to study… Read More
Current Topics in New Testament Studies Good afternoon! Thank you very much for joining me today for this version of the SEBTS Ph.D. colloquium. The purpose of this colloquium is to introduce Ph.D. students and faculty to current issues in NT studies. At the program director’s request, and in consultation with him, I’ve identified… Read More
Appearing for the first time in English, The History of the Christ is a translation of Adolf Schlatter’s first volume of his New Testament Theology series. This volume allows readers to access the foundational components of Schlatter’s understanding of how the New Testament writers thought about Christ, his teachings, and his work on the cross. “Even those who disagree with Schlatter… Read More
The Theology of the Apostles is the second volume of Adolf Schlatter’s two-volume New Testament Theology. Here Schlatter explores how the New Testament writers used Christ’s teachings to formulate practical doctrines, and how they drew upon his life and work to establish core theological confessions. “Schlatter’s writings hold rich potential for summoning serious biblical scholarship back to… Read More
B&H Academic interviews Andreas J. Köstenberger about his recently released commentary on 1-2 Timothy and Titus from the Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation series.