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The Spirit and Christ in the New Testament and Christian Theology: Essays in Honor of Max Turner
Marshall, I. Howard, Volker Rabens and Cornelis Bennema, editors

Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2012 pp. xx + 367. $60.00


Description: This volume gathers writings about the Spirit and Christ by notable scholars including Richard Bauckham, D. A. Carson, James Dunn, and many others. Covering topics that are relevant for the worldwide church today -- the life-giving work of the Spirit, the Spirit in Luke and Acts, the gift of the Spirit in John 19-20, pneumatology and justifi cation, community life through the Spirit, and more -- the twenty essays included will be a welcome resource for scholars and ministers. The Spirit and Christ in the New Testament and Christian Theology is also a fitting tribute to honoree Max Turner, whose outstanding scholarship has focused on pneumatology and Christology.

Subjects: Bible, New Testament, Literature, Methods, Theological Approaches, Biblical Theology, New Testament Theology

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Review by James P. Sweeney
Published 11/4/2013
Citation: James P. Sweeney, review of I. Howard Marshall, Volker Rabens, and Cornelis Bennema, eds., The Spirit and Christ in the New Testament and Christian Theology: Essays in Honor of Max Turner, Review of Biblical Literature [http://www.bookreviews.org] (2013).


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