Here is a new title from InterVarsity Press that recently came across my desk:
About the Book:
The appeal of biblical theology is that it provides a “big picture” that makes sense of the diversity of biblical literature. Through the lens of biblical theology the Bible ceases to be a mass of unconnected texts, but takes shape as a unified metanarrative connecting the story of Israel with that of Jesus. It presents the whole scene of God’s revelation as one mighty plan of salvation.
For fifty years Graeme Goldsworthy has been refining his understanding of biblical theology through his experiences as a student, pastor and teacher. In this valuable complement to his Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics, Goldsworthy defends and refines the rationale for his approach, drawing especially on the work of Australian biblical scholar Donald Robinson.
About the Author:
Now retired, Goldsworthy was formerly lecturer in Old Testament, biblical theology and hermeneutics at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia. He still teaches there part-time. His other books include According to Plan, Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture, Gospel & Kingdom, The Gospel in Revelation and The Gospel and Wisdom.
- Interview with Graeme Goldsworthy (TGC)
- Jacob Sweeney’s review at Semper Reformanda
- Commentary from Bob Hayton at Fundamentally Reformed
- Dane Ortlund’s review at Strawberry-Rhubarb Theology
Where to Buy:
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