Библеистика и Богословие

Библеистика и Богословие
Книги по библеистике и богословию на английском языке - последних лет издания - Bauckham - Bouteneff - Walton и др.
 

Библеистика, Богословие, Религоведение - английский язык

 

John H. Walton - Ancient Near Eastern Thought and the Old Testament

 
Introducing the Conceptual World of the Hebrew Bible
 
Baker Academic, Grand Rapid, Michigan, 2006
 

Part 1 Comparative Studies

Part 2 Literature of the Ancient Near East

Part 3 Religion

Part 4 Cosmos

Part 5 People

 

 

 

WaltonLostWorldGenesisJohn H. Walton - The Lost World of Genesis One

IVP Academic, 2009
 
PROPOSITION 1:
Genesis 1 Is Ancient Cosmology
PROPOSITION 2:
Ancient Cosmology Is Function Oriented
PROPOSITION 3:
"Create" (Hebrew bara') Concerns Functions
PROPOSITION 4:
The Beginning State in Genesis 1 Is Nonfunctional
PROPOSITION 5:
Days One to Three in Genesis 1 Establish Functions
PROPOSITION 6:
Days Four to Six in Genesis 1 Install Functionaries
PROPOSITION 7:
Divine Rest Is in a Temple
PROPOSITION 8:
The Cosmos Is a Temple
PROPOSITION 9:
The Seven Days of Genesis 1 Relate to the Cosmic Temple Inauguration
PROPOSITION 10:
The Seven Days of Genesis 1 Do Not Concern Material Origins
PROPOSITION 11:
"Functional Cosmic Temple" Offers Face-Value Exegesis
PROPOSITION 12:
Other Theories of Genesis 1 Either Go Too Far or Not Far Enough
PROPOSITION 13:
The Difference Between Origin Accounts in Science and Scripture Is Metaphysical in Nature
PROPOSITION 14:
God's Roles as Creator and Sustainer Are Less Different Than We Have Thought
PROPOSITION 15:
Current Debate About Intelligent Design Ultimately Concerns Purpose
PROPOSITION 16:
Scientific Explanations of Origins Can Be Viewed in Light of Purpose, and If So, Are Unobjectionable
PROPOSITION 17:
Resulting Theology in This View of Genesis 1 Is Stronger, Not Weaker
PROPOSITION 18:
Public Science Education Should Be Neutral Regarding Purpose
Summary and Conclusions
 

BouteneffBeginningsAncientChristianReading

Peter Bouteneff - Beginnings - Ancient Christian Reading

 

Chapter 1 - And There Was Morning
 Chapter 2 - At the Birth of Christian Reflection
 Chapter 3 - Recapitulation
 Chapter 4 - Senses of Scripture
 Chapter 5 - Paradise, Whatever That May Mean
 Chapter 6 - These Are the Generations

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Richard Bauckham - Jesus -  A Very Short Introduction Richard Bauckham - Jesus -  A Very Short Introduction

Oxford University Press, 2011
 
Preface
List of illustrations
1   Jesus – a universal icon
2   The sources
3   Jesus in his 1st-century context
4   Enacting the kingdom of God
5   Teaching the kingdom of God
6   A question of identity
7   Death and a new beginning
8   Jesus in Christian faith
 
 
 

The Reliability of the New TestamentRobert Stewart - The Reliability of the New Testament

BART D. EHRMAN & DANIEL B. WALLACE IN DIALOGUE
FORTRESS PRESS, Minneapolis, 2011
 
 Introduction: Why New Testament Textual Criticism Matters: A Non-Critic’s Perspective Robert B. Stewart
    1. The Textual Reliability of the New Testament: A Dialogue Bart D. Ehrman and Daniel B. Wallace
    2. Text and Transmission in the Second Century Michael W. Holmes
    3. The Necessity of a Theology of Scripture Dale B. Martin
    4. What Is the Text of the New Testament? David Parker
    5. Who Changed the Text and Why? Probable, Possible, and Unlikely Explanations William Warren
    6. Assessing the Stability of the Transmitted Texts of the New Testament and the Shephierd of Hermas K. Martin Heide
    7. Textual Criticism and Textual Confidence: How Reliable Is Scripture? Craig A. Evans
    8. Authors or Preservers? Scribal Culture and the Theology of Scriptures Sylvie T. Raquel
 
 
 

Pope Benedict XVI - Jesus of Nazareth - The Infancy NarrativesPope Benedict XVI - Jesus of Nazareth - The Infancy Narratives

Published in the United States by Image, an imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc., New York, 2012
 
CHAPTER I
“Where Are You From?” (Jn 19:9)
The question about Jesus’ origin as a question about being and mission
CHAPTER II
The Annunciation of the Birth of John the Baptist and the Annunciation of the Birth of Jesus
On the particular literary character of the texts
The annunciation of the birth of John
The annunciation to Mary
The conception and birth of Jesus according to Matthew
Virgin birth—myth or historical truth?
CHAPTER III
The Birth of Jesus in Bethlehem
The historical and theological framework of the nativity story in Luke’s Gospel
The birth of Jesus
The presentation of Jesus in the Temple
CHAPTER IV
The Wise Men from the East and the Flight into Egypt
The historical and geographical framework of the narrative
Who were the “Magi”?
The Star
Jerusalem—stopping point on the journey
The worship of the Wise Men before Jesus
Flight into Egypt and return to the Land of Israel
EPILOGUE
The Twelve-Year-Old Jesus in the Temple
 

Understanding Scripture_ An Overview - Grudem, WayneWayne Grudem - Understanding Scripture - An Overview of the Bible’s Origin, Reliability, and Meaning

Published by Crossway, 2012

Part 1: Interpreting the Bible
     1 Interpreting the Bible: An Introduction, Daniel Doriani
     2 Interpreting the Bible: A Historical Overview, John Hannah
Part 2: Reading the Bible
     3 Reading the Bible Theologically, J. I. Packer
     4 Reading the Bible as Literature, Leland Ryken
     5 Reading the Bible in Prayer and Communion with God, John Piper
     6 Reading the Bible for Personal Application, David Powlison
     7 Reading the Bible for Preaching and Public Worship, R. Kent Hughes
Part 3: The Canon of Scripture
     8 The Canon of the Old Testament, Roger T. Beckwith
     9 The Canon of the New Testament, Charles E. Hill
    10 The Apocrypha, Roger T. Beckwith
Part 4: The Reliability of Bible Manuscripts
    11 The Reliability of the Old Testament Manuscripts, Paul D. Wegner
    12 The Reliabilityof the New Testament Manuscripts, Daniel B. Wallace
Part 5: Archaeology and the Bible
    13 Archaeology and the Reliability of the Old Testament, John Currid
    14 Archaeology and theReliability of the New Testament, David W. Chapman
Part 6: The Original Languages of the Bible
    15 Hebrew and Aramaic, and How They Work, Peter J. Williams
    16 Greek, and How It Works, David Alan Black
    17 The Septuagint, Peter J. Gentry
Part 7: Old Testament and New
    18 A Survey of the History of Salvation, Vern S. Poythress
    19 How the New Testament Quotes and Interprets the Old Testament, C. John Collins
 
 

Oskar Skarsaune - Incarnation  Myth or Fact

Oskar Skarsaune - Incarnation  Myth or Fact

1991 Concordia Publishing House

1. Incarnation—History of doctrines

2. Jesus Christ—History of doctrines

3. Jesus Christ—Messiahship—History of doctrines

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Bergsma - Bible Basics for Catholics

John Bergsma - Bible Basics for Catholics

Ave Maria Press, 2012

Foreword
Introduction
One Setting the Son in the Garden:
Two Washing Up and Starting Over:
Three A New Hope:
Four God’s Laws, Israel’s Flaws:
Five Once and Future King:
Six Stormy Today, Sonny Tomorrow:
Seven The Grand Finale:
A Last Word
Notes
Suggestions for Further Reading

 

Danielle Tumminio - God and Harry PotterDanielle Tumminio - God and Harry Potter at Yale

Teaching Faith and Fantasy Fiction in an Ivy League Classroom

Unlocking Press, 2012

Chapter 1 Introductions on the First Day of Class
In the Beginning
Chapter 2 Why the Dark Arts
The Problem of Evil
Chapter 3 Choosing what is Right instead of Easy
Sin
Chapter 4 Who really is the Chosen One?
Christology
Chapter 5 Walking towards Death’s Arms
Sacrifice
Chapter 6 Flesh of the Servant Willingly Given
The Eucharist
Chapter 7 Try for a Little Remorse
Salvation
Chapter 8 Never Trust Anything that Thinks for Itself
Revelation
Chapter 9 Lighting the Deluminator
Grace
Chapter 10 Something Wicked This Way Comes
The End Times
Conclusions at the Semester’s End

 

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