Key Features Provides contemporary New Testament research Analyzes the Gospels in their social, religious, and political contexts Portrays four pictures of Jesus in the Gospels.
Praise for the Print Edition A reliable and lucid description of contemporary Gospel studies for the general reader. Mark Powell writes so clearly that this book will easily serve for individual study and church groups as well as a text in introductory bible courses.
This little gem of a book is enhanced by numerous charts and diagrams, making it an ideal classroom textbook. Benefits of Logos Edition In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality.
Sample Pages from the Print Edition. An introductory chapter surveys the political, religious, and social world of the Gospels, methods of approaching early Christian texts, the genre of the Gospels, and the religious character of these writings.
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Included also are comments on the Gospels that are not found in the New Testament. Special features, including illustrations and more than two dozen special topics, enhance this convenient volume.
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Powell’s Introduction to the Gospels
No cover image. Read preview. Synopsis This book is designed to provide essential information in a convenient format for anyone beginning the historical study of the Christian Gospels. Excerpt Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John—these are the names given to the first four books included in the second part of the Christian Bible, which is known as the New Testament. The World of the Gospels Since the Gospels were written in a place and time other than our own, we sometimes need help understanding the stories they tell.
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