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In the Fullness of Time: Essays on Christology, Creation, and Eschatology
Gurtner, Daniel M., Grant Macaskill and Jonathan T. Pennington, editors

Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2016 pp. x + 274. $60.00


Description: Over the course of his distinguished career Richard Bauckham has made pioneering contributions to diverse areas of scholarship ranging from ethics and contemporary issues to hermeneutical problems and theology, often drawing together disciplines and fields of research all too commonly kept separate from one another. In this volume some of the most eminent figures in modern biblical and theological scholarship present essays honoring Bauckham. Addressing a variety of subjects related to Christology, creation, and eschatology, the contributors develop elements of Bauckham's biblical and theological work further, present fresh research of their own to complement his work, and raise critical questions.

Subjects: Other Literature, Literature, Methods, Other Methods

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Review by Chris Kugler
Published 5/3/2018
Citation: Chris Kugler, review of Daniel M. Gurtner, Grant Macaskill, and Jonathan T. Pennington, eds., In the Fullness of Time: Essays on Christology, Creation, and Eschatology, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2018).


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