Robert H. Gundry is a scholar-in-residence and professor emeritus of New Testament and Greek at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA. Among his books are Mark: A Commentary on His Apology for the Cross; Matthew: A Commentary on His Handbook for a Mixed Church Under Persecution; Soma in Biblical Theology; and Jesus the Word according to John the Sectarian.
Robert Gundry’s now classic survey of the New Testament has been a mainstay for college and graduate courses around the world, having been used by thousands of professors and students. This fifth edition includes updates and revisions throughout and a fresh, full-color design. One thing about A Survey of the New Testament that has not changed: its premise. Unlike most New Testament surveys, this book leads students to actually read the Bible. Topics and issues discussed in the text are linked whenever possible with assigned readings that expose the reader to the entire New Testament. Comments on the readings provide additional help.
A Survey of the New Testament, 5th Edition, includes these features:
New design in full-color with more photos and improved maps
Links to relevant websites
Outlines, study goals, summaries, and review questions for each chapter
Phonetic pronunciations for unfamiliar names and terms
Breakouts with illustrative quotes from ancient, nonbiblical literature
Table of Contents
Part I: Political, Cultural, and Religious Antecedents
Part II: Literary and Historical Materials
Part III: The Four Canonical Gospels and Acts
Part IV: The Letters
Part V: The Apocalypse
Books in the New Testament: A Summary
Glossary of Pronunciations
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