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Booktalk: From An Introduction to the New Testament

From the chapter “Thinking About the Study of the New Testament:

It would be tedious to chart the interpretation of the New Testament espoused by every important patristic theologian or movement.  This is not, after all, a volume of church history.  Nevertheless, it is important for today’s students of the New Testament to have some awareness of others who have studied the New Testament before them, to feel a part of an ongoing stream of New Testament interpretation and to know something of its continuities, its disputes, and its connections with certain events and interpretive approaches. – D.A. Carson and Douglas Moo.

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