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In this paperback edition of an important historical study, E. Earle Ellis examines the Old Testament canon in the early church and biblical interpretation in the New Testament. He writes from the conviction that the use of the Old Testament by the New Testament writers is the primary key to their theology and, thus, to the message of God that they taught the early church and that they continue to teach the church today.
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E. Earle Ellis is Research Professor of Theology Emeritus and Scholar in Residence at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Other major publications are 'Paul and His Recent Interpreters', 'The World of St. John', 'The Gospel of Luke', 'Eschatology in Luke', 'Prophecy and Hermeneutic', 'The Old Testament in Early Christianity', 'Pauline Theology', 'The Making of the New Testament Documents', 'Christ and the Future in New Testament History' and 'History and Interpretation in New Testament Perspective'.Review:
The author's work on a critical and current problem opens many questions in a fresh and vigorous manner, writes Jacob Neusner, distinguished Research Professor of Religion and Theology at Bard College and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Advanced Theology at Bard. The work is a standard on the day of its publication. --From the Back Cover
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