Mar 24, pages, hardcover from B&H. From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation () by Craig L. Blomberg. Description. From Pentecost to Patmos is professor Craig L. Blomberg’s follow-up companion to his ECPA Gold Medallion Award-winning book, Jesus and. Jul 20, PENTECOST. TO PATMOS. CRAIG L. BLOMBERG. AN INTRODUCTION TO. ACTS THROUGH REVELATION. NAShvILLE, TENNESSEE.
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Linda rated it it ot amazing Mar 24, Recommended for serious NT students, Bible study leaders, academics, and pastors. In that regard, Blomberg provides the reader with excellent background information as to who Paul was prior to becoming the Too Paul as well as the impact this man had by the grace of God both in the ancient world as well as today.
Blomberg was our instructor. And for this reason, it comes highly recommended!
From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation
Trivia About From Pentecost to This is not one of them. Section one, The Acts of the Apostles, begins with some of the standard introductory material, including authorship, date, audience, purpose, genre, etc.
I now know more than I ti dreamed possible about the New Testament because I read two of his books on the subject. Kimberly rated it really liked it Patmls 22, Although introductory in nature, Blomberg still manages to achieve a healthy level of depth and asks questions which prompt further study.
As a follow-up volume to the highly acclaimed and widely used Jesus and the Gospels: I was not required to write a positive review. In fact, pastors and Bible students will love it despite some occasional sidewalks into critical study that some of us put little stock into.
From Pentecost to Patmos: An Introduction to Acts through Revelation by Craig L. Blomberg
Craig Blomberg joined the faculty of Denver Seminary in A quality New Testament Commentary can oven serve the needed purpose of providing the student of Scripture with a solid overview of the content and purpose of the books its discusses.
I just completed this book as part of a Bible Institute Series at my church and Dr. While it might not be as good as his earlier volume as the Gospels are clearly his specialty, this Introduction is still one I found to be quite an asset.
Ben rated it really liked it Feb 08, Nov 29, Michael Boling rated it really liked it. Tyler Holley rated it it was ok Jan 04, Each of the Frm epistles are treated independently, beginning with introductory material, commentary, application, study questions and bibliography.
The length of his chapters varies in a fashion corresponding to the length and importance of the NT book discussed. One particular section I really psntecost was the overview of the life and ministry of the Apostle Paul. Books by Craig L. I received a review copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Justin Doty rated it it was amazing Feb 24, Nov 16, Thomas rated it really liked it Shelves: This volume is accessible and could be used by readers of all backgrounds and interests. I also felt the overview commentary on each book was quite effective in one getting his or her bearings straight. We should do all we can in the power of the Holy Sprit, but then leave the results to God.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. His underlying approach is really to give the reader who may not be able to sit in a Seminary classroom, the ability to exegete Acts through Revelation in a sound biblically based manner as well as a quite thorough background of just what is being discussed in these books and why it even matters.
If you are looking for an inviting and well-executed investigation into the writings of the New Testament, From Pentecost to Patmos: Christian Swan rated it really liked it Nov 03, Want to Read saving…. Overall, I found this survey of Acts through Revelation to be insightful, scholarly yet approachable for the non-scholar, replete with valuable information, and very well written.
Thus, it is vital to understand what these books are saying, their context, who the authors of these books are, why these books were written and to whom, as well as a number of other vital background information necessary to properly interpret what God is saying to His people in these books. For those who like the Christian History this is a good tool, It’s amazing the way that the author explain the context and the social characteristics in the New testament times, I strongly recommend this book in English its name is From Pentecosts to Patmos enjoy it.
Maps and charts are included throughout. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
Blomberg a scholar and a gentleman. Blomberg is a seasoned scholar with a keen ability to communicate difficult concepts with clarity. An Introduction to Acts through Revelation is divided into three major sections with various divisions therein.
A great, concise and yet at times also detailed study of the NT books from Acts to Revelation. I don’t agree all the time with Blomberg, but found myself agreeing much more than not. The book ftom best used in serious study alongside the New Testament text; it does not hold much interes Blomberg gives an overview of the New Testament from Acts to Revelation Pentecost to Patmos.