This wide-ranging collection of essays provides the reader with a critical introduction to the New Testament as the church's canon. The authors' conviction is that the Bible belongs first of all to the community of believers rather than to the guild of biblical scholars. But that does not make the tools and tasks of modern biblical criticism unimportant. Rather, they are the constructive means by which the scholar discerns the nature of the ongoing conversation between the church and its biblical canon and helps form the church into a community of worship and witness. Whether from a particular composition's point of origin, or from the various properties added to it during the canonizing process, or from its location within the final canonical product, the scholars recover multiple clues from the ancient church's dialogue with its scriptures that help delimit the boundaries and establish the aims of the same dialogue between today's faith community and its biblical canon.... possible only while the Second Temple stood: monx, nor: aquot;wn run paquot;Ia#39;m hund , inv Ebwn E.aquot; Twix by aquot;na#39;s aquot;Ia#39;m NYT naquot;on myn ... R. Herford, Pirke Aboth: The Ethics of the Talmud: Sayings of the Fathers (New York: Jewish Institute of Religion, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The New Testament as Canon|
|Author||:||Robert W. Wall, Eugene Lemcio|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 1992-09-01|