The Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels is unique among reference books on the Bible. It is considered the first major new work in this area since James Hastings' 1909 publication of the Dictionary of Christ and the Gospels . In the more than nine decades since Hastings, new interpretive methods have illumined the text, and the ever changing profile of modern culture has posed new questions to the Gospels, and our understanding of the Judaism of Jesus' day. Edited by leading New Testament commentators Joel B. Green, Scot McKnight, and I. Howard Marshall.
Advance Your New Testament Study with this Up-to-Date and Critically-Acclaimed Four-Volume Dictionary Collection! The four-volume New Testament Dictionary Collection from InterVarsity Press provides an extensive and fascinating study of the events, people and social climate surrounding the life of Christ and founding of his church. "A compendium of Contemporary Biblical Scholarship"!
Here is an Entire Library of New Testament Scholarship You Can Use Every Day Hundreds of in-depth articles from hundreds of expert scholars around the world will inform you on perennial topics and timely debates concerning the Gospels, Acts, the epistles and Revelation. As a collection, these dictionaries will aid your study and research, equip your preaching and teaching and enrich your understanding of the New Testament.