The New Testament and the People of God

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Fortress Press, Jan 1, 1992 - Religion - 535 pages
Provides a historical, theological and literary study of first-century Judaism and Christianity, offering a preliminary discussion of the meaning of the word god within those cultures and explores the ways in which developing an understanding of those first-century cultures are of relevance for the modern world. Original.
 

Contents

III
3
IV
11
V
13
VI
16
VII
21
VIII
25
IX
28
X
29
C
406
CI
413
CII
428
CIII
430
CIV
432
CVI
437
CVII
439
CVIII
443

XI
35
XII
44
XIII
47
XIV
56
XV
62
XVI
66
XVII
75
XVIII
78
XIX
83
XX
89
XXI
91
XXII
99
XXIII
106
XXIV
109
XXV
112
XXVI
113
XXVII
117
XXVIII
121
XXIX
125
XXX
131
XXXI
133
XXXII
137
XXXIII
145
XXXIV
147
XXXV
150
XXXVI
155
XXXVII
160
XXXVIII
162
XXXIX
168
XL
170
XLI
171
XLII
174
XLIII
182
XLIV
186
XLV
191
XLVI
196
XLVII
198
XLVIII
202
XLIX
210
L
214
LI
220
LII
226
LIII
229
LIV
230
LV
239
LVI
243
LVII
244
LVIII
246
LIX
258
LX
264
LXI
268
LXII
274
LXIII
275
LXIV
279
LXV
282
LXVI
287
LXVII
292
LXVIII
294
LXIX
296
LXX
297
LXXI
301
LXXII
303
LXXIII
304
LXXV
308
LXXVI
311
LXXVII
316
LXXVIII
320
LXXIX
322
LXXX
326
LXXXII
329
LXXXIII
333
LXXXIV
336
LXXXV
339
LXXXVI
343
LXXXVII
346
LXXXVIII
348
LXXXIX
360
XC
365
XCI
367
XCII
369
XCIII
371
XCIV
383
XCV
390
XCVI
396
XCVII
398
XCVIII
403
XCIX
405
CIX
445
CX
446
CXI
451
CXIII
454
CXIV
455
CXV
457
CXVI
459
CXVII
461
CXVIII
463
CXIX
467
CXX
472
CXXI
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CXXII
477
CXXIV
481
CXXV
486
CXXVI
489
CXXVII
490
CXXVIII
493
CXXIX
494
CXXX
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CXXXI
497
CXXXII
502
CXXXIII
507
CXXXIV
510
CXXXVI
519
CXXXVII
528
CXXXVIII
530
CXXXIX
533
CXL
536
CXLI
537
CXLII
538
CXLIII
540
CXLIV
543
CXLV
547
CXLVI
553
CXLVII
554
CXLVIII
555
CXLIX
559
CL
562
CLI
563
CLII
565
CLIII
566
CLIV
567
CLVI
570
CLVII
572
CLVIII
573
CLIX
574
CLX
576
CLXI
577
CLXII
579
CLXIII
584
CLXIV
591
CLXV
592
CLXVI
594
CLXVII
597
CLXVIII
604
CLXIX
609
CLXX
611
CLXXI
612
CLXXII
615
CLXXIII
624
CLXXIV
629
CLXXV
631
CLXXVI
632
CLXXVII
640
CLXXVIII
642
CLXXIX
644
CLXXX
645
CLXXXI
651
CLXXXII
655
CLXXXIII
657
CLXXXIV
663
CLXXXV
671
CLXXXVI
673
CLXXXVII
675
CLXXXVIII
705
CLXXXIX
711
CXC
712
CXCI
713
CXCII
714
CXCIII
715
CXCIV
717
CXCV
727
CXCVI
729
CXCVIII
730
CXCIX
737
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N. T. Wright is the former Bishop of Durham in the Church of England and one of the world┐s leading Bible scholars. He serves as the chair of New Testament and Early Christianity at the School of Divinity at the University of St. Andrews as well as Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University. He has been featured on ABC News, Dateline, The Colbert Report, and Fresh Air. Wright is the award-winning author of many books, including Paul: A Biography, Simply Christian, Surprised by Hope, The Day the Revolution Began, Simply Jesus, After You Believe, and Scripture and the Authority of God.