A Concise New Testament Theology by I. Howard Marshall


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A Concise New Testament Theology by I. Howard Marshall  
I. Howard Marshall is the author of one of the more highly regarded studies of the New Testament, New Testament Theology:  Many Witnesses, One Gospel, and he admits that this new study, A Concise New Testament Theology, is in some ways an abridgement of that much larger, more nuanced, and more carefully developed, if more intimidating (765 page) study.  The subtitle of the larger book reflects Professor Marshall’s approach in this study:  the New Testament is composed of twenty seven separate books, by a range of authors who composed their various works entirely on an occasional basis rather than in any sort of a coordinated effort to produce a single product.  Nevertheless, taken as...
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.....InterVarsity Press, 2008.
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