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By Goodacre

Here's the latest from the Library of New Testament Studies. Interested in making a proposal to the series? Please get in touch with me, or see the further information and proposal forms.

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Bloomsbury HighlightsThe Library of New Testament Studies Series

The Library of New Testament Studies explores the many aspects of New Testament study including historical perspectives, social-scientific and literary theory, and theological, cultural and contextual approaches.

Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity

Attitudes to Gentiles in Ancient Judaism and Early Christianity

Edited by David C. Sim & James S McClaren

Explores the attitudes to Gentiles in ancient Jewish literature and in many of the New Testament texts.

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The Throne Motif in the Book of Revelation

The Throne Motif in the Book of Revelation

Laszlo Gallusz

This volume argues that the throne motif constitutes the major interpretive key to the complex structure and theology of the book of Revelation.

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The Elijah-Elisha Narrative in the Composition of Luke

The Elijah-Elisha Narrative in the Composition of Luke

Edited by John S. Kloppenborg & Joseph Verheyden

An examination of the composition of the gospel of Luke with reference to the Elijah-Elisha narrative.

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The Earliest Christian Meeting Places

The Earliest Christian Meeting Places

Almost Exclusively Houses?

Edward Adams

Adams examines the evidence surrounding house churches in Early Christianity.

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Paul's Financial Policy

Paul's Financial Policy

A Socio-Theological Approach

David E. Briones

Investigates the reason for Paul's seemingly inconsistent financial policy, insofar as he accepts monetary aid from the Philippians but refuses it from the Corinthians.

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A Scriptural Theology of Eucharistic Blessings

A Scriptural Theology of Eucharistic Blessings

Susan I. Bubbers

This study shows the scriptural justification for the expectation that the Eucharist is a place where God will bless believers with freedom and formation.

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'God is One'

'God is One'

The Function of 'Eis ho Theos' as a Ground for Gentile Inclusion in Paul's Letters

Christopher R. Bruno

Examines the two key Pauline texts that link the confession of God as one with the inclusion of the Gentiles.

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Incorporated Servanthood

Incorporated Servanthood

Commitment and Discipleship in the Gospel of Matthew

Ben Cooper

Cooper argues the Gospel of Matthew was composed in part to evoke a commitment to God through which 'compliant' readers are made disciples of Jesus.

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