FROM PENTECOST TO PATMOS PDF
Mar 24, pages, hardcover from B&H. From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation () by Craig L. Blomberg. Description. From Pentecost to Patmos is professor Craig L. Blomberg’s follow-up companion to his ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning book, Jesus and. Jul 20, PENTECOST. TO PATMOS. CRAIG L. BLOMBERG. AN INTRODUCTION TO. ACTS THROUGH REVELATION. NAShvILLE, TENNESSEE.
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The section concludes with a brief unit dedicated to application and a healthy bibliography for further study. Kyle Lusk rated it it was amazing Dec 10, Although introductory in nature, Blomberg still manages to achieve a healthy level of depth and asks questions which prompt further study. Quarles or An Introduction to the New Testament by This book is helpful in parts, but not recommended for those who have not read a solid introduction to the New Testament before.
Return to Book Page. Another problem is that the book can be so dense in treating each individual section of a book that it can be disorienting to place it in context of the overall themes of each book. Tony Darnell rated it liked it Sep 08, Craig Blomberg followed up his highly petecost volume on the Gospels with this title that covers the rest of the New Testament.
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From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation by Craig L. Blomberg
While it might not be as good as his earlier volume as the Gospels are clearly his specialty, this Introduction is still one I found to be quite an asset. The book is laid out to mirror the structure of each book.
There are no discussion topics on this book froj. Christian Swan rated it really liked it Nov 03, Those who take penteecost time to work through this solid biblical survey will find their time well spent and they will come away with a much better understanding of what Acts through Revelation are all about.
I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Aug 16, David rated it liked it. Can’t recommend it enough! Blomberg a scholar and a gentleman. Daniel Kleven rated it really liked it Oct 29, The end result is a helpful resource for New Testament studies. I told him that as far as I’m concerned it is his Magnum Opus. Tyler Holley rated it it was ok Jan 04, Gallagher rated it really liked it Aug 14, And for this reason, it comes highly recommended!
I firmly believe that many people truly do not understand this amazing individual called the Apostle Paul, let alone his life leading up to his entrance in the book of Acts. I now know more than I ever dreamed possible about the New Testament because I read two of his books on the subject. In the same style as that first acclaimed and widely used volume, the author goes deep into the biblical writings of Acts through Revelation, helping serious Bible students to better understand the historical, linguistic, Ot Pentecost to Patmos is professor Craig L.
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From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation
He covers ever section nearly verse by verse from Acts to Revelation – discussing who wrote it, when and where various books were written and the various theories and authors who refute the authenticity of the New Testament and helps the reader reach their own understanding of what these passages mean as well as what they say. Blomberg is a clear writer and chapters are easy to read, however I disagree with several of his conclusions and interpretations.
As a follow-up volume to the highly acclaimed and widely used Jesus and the Gospels: In the same style as that patms acclaimed and widely used volume, the author goes deep into the biblical writings of Acts through Revelation, helping serious Bible students to better understand the historical, linguistic, and theological significances found in each book.
I have read many dry Bible commentaries for my Seminary papers. Each of the Pauline epistles are treated independently, beginning with introductory material, commentary, application, study questions and bibliography. If you are looking for an inviting and well-executed investigation into the writings of the New Testament, From Pentecost to Patmos: After all this is only the second of his many books on the New Testament that I’ve read so I understand his amusement.
The book is exceptional and the Chapter on Revelation I thought was especially good.
Jan 23, Matt Tyler rated it liked it Shelves: Linda rated it it was amazing Mar 24, His discussion of Paul provides an excellent introduction to the discussion and overview of the Pauline Epistles that come immediately after that particular chapter. Yet there is actually an encouraging, albeit backhanded, application from all of this. Nevertheless, his thorough treatment of Revelation is the first I’ve ever understood; so for that alone I recommend this book.
Blomberg is a seasoned scholar with a keen ability to communicate difficult concepts with clarity.