Most recent translations of the Bible do not cross-reference quotations from the Old Testament in the New Testament, leaving students unaware of the importance of its influence. This book contains essays on the whole question of how one identifies what is quotation and the understanding of the Old Testament that the New Testament writers had. The main body of the book consists of a list of all cross-references in both directions, which will act as an invaluable resource.
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John Court is Honorary Senior Fellow in New Testament Studies at the University of Kent at Canterbury. He is an international scholar in Biblical Interpretation with a particular focus upon the Book of Revelation. He is also General Editor of the prestigious Cambridge University Press Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series.
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