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Conception, Reception, and the Spirit: Essays in Honor of Andrew T. Lincoln
McConville, J. Gordon and Lloyd K. Pietersen, editors

Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2015 pp. xxi + 352. $41.00

Description: A number of distinguished biblical scholars and theologians come together in this volume to honor the life and work of Andrew T. Lincoln. The title of this volume reflects Andrew Lincoln's lifelong interests in Christian origins, the reception of biblical texts in believing and scholarly communities, and the embodiment of the gospel in believing communities made possible by the Spirit. These essays cover exegetical matters, theological interpretation, and theology and embodiment. Several essays engage directly with Lincoln's monographs, Truth on Trial, and Born of a Virgin?

Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Early Christian Literature, Literature, Methods, Theological Approaches

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Review by Joseph Azize
Published 3/23/2017
Citation: Joseph Azize, review of J. Gordon McConville and Lloyd K. Pietersen, eds., Conception, Reception, and the Spirit: Essays in Honor of Andrew T. Lincoln, Review of Biblical Literature [] (2017).

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