Maston, Jason and Benjamin E. Reynolds (eds.). Anthropology and New Testament Theology. London: T & T Clark, 2018.
This volume considers the New Testament in the light of anthropological study, in particular the current trend towards theological anthropology.
Table of Contents
Introduction / Jason Maston – “What is Man?” A Wisdom Anthropology / Jamie A. Grant – On the Anthropology of Early Judaism: Some Observations / Matthias Henze – Greco-Roman Perspectives on Anthropology: A Survey of Perspectives From 800 B.C.E. to 200 C.E. / Timothy A. Brookins – The Familial Anthropology of Matthew’s Gospel / Amy Richter – The Redemption of Fallen Humanity: Theological Anthropology and Mark’s Narrative World / Mark L. Strauss – Turning Anthropology Right Side Up: Seeing Human Life and Existence Lukewise / Steve Walton – The Anthropology of John and the Johannine Epistles: A Relational Anthropology / Benjamin E. Reynolds – Enlivened Slaves: Paul’s Christological Anthroplogy / Jason Maston – The Eschatological Son: Christological Anthropology in Hebrews / Amy L.B. Peeler – Life as Image Bearers in the New Creation: The Anthropology of James / Mariam Karnell Kovalishyn – “Remember These Things”: The Role of Memory in the Theological Anthropology of Peter and Jude / Karen H. Jobes – Revelation’s Human Characters and its Anthropology / Ian Paul – Son of God at the Center: Anthropology in Biblical-Theological Perspective / Brian S. Rosner – The Mystery of Christian Anthropology / Ephraim Radner.
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