Monday, April 03, 2006

New Book on New Testament Theology

The Nature of New Testament Theology: Essays in Honour of Robert Morgan

Edited by: CHRISTOPHER ROWLAND (Queen's College, Oxford) and CHRISTOPHER TUCKETT (Pembroke College, University of Oxford)

Foreword by Rowan Williams

1. History and Theology in New Testament Studies: John Ashton (Oxford University)

2. Biblical Theology: An Old Testament Perspective: John Barton (Oxford University)

3. Apocalypticism and New Testament Theology: Adela Yarbro Collins (Yale University)

4. New Testament Interpretation as Interpersonal Communion: The Case for a Socio-Theological Hermeneutics: Philip Esler (University of St Andrews)

5. The Nature of New Testament Theology: Morna Hooker (Cambridge University)

6. Does a Theology of the Canonical Gospels Make Sense? Luke Timothy Johnson (Emory University)

7. Paul in New Testament Theology: Leander E. Keck (Yale University)

8. The Contribution of Reception History to a New Testament Theology: Ulrich Luz (University of Berne, Switzerland)

9. Women in Early Christianity: The Challenge to a New Testament Theology: Margaret Y. MacDonald (St Francis Xavier University)

10. Deutero-Paulinism, Pseudonymity and the Canon: John Muddiman (Mansfield College, Oxford)

11. Towards an Alternative to New Testament Theology: 'Individual Eschatology' as an Example: Heikki Räisänen (University of Helsinki)

12. 'Action is the Life of All': New Testament Theology and Practical Theology: Christopher Rowland (Queens College, Oxford)

13. Theory of Primitive Christian Religion and New Testament Theology: an Evolutionary Essay: Gerd Theissen (University of Heidelberg, Germany)

14. Does the 'Historical Jesus' belong within a 'New Testament Theology'? Christopher Tuckett (Oxford University)

15. The Gospel of John and New Testament Theology: Francis Watson (University of Aberdeen)

16. The Theology of the Cross and the Quest for a Doctrinal Norm: Michael Wolter (University of Bonn, Germany)

17. The Trinity and the New Testament: Frances Young (University of Birmingham)


Chris Petersen said...

Thanks for the advertisement. This looks to be very promising indeed.

J. B. Hood said...

I don't recall ever seeing any single edited text with that kind of star power...not till Bird/Crossley '08, that is.