Seeking to help readers whose faith has been unsettled by critical studies, Enns addresses issues raised by recent biblical scholarship: parallels with ancient Near Eastern literature; theological diversity in the Hebrew Scriptures; and puzzling uses of Old Testament text by New Testament writers. He concludes with an incarnational model that affirms Scripture's divine and human aspects. 197 pages, softcover from Baker.
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sharp and intelligent study
Date:January 2, 2012
this book is a sharp and intelligent study on the nature of the biblical literature. this study takes a very sane and realistic look at the literary nature of the old testament, and then ties it in with that of the new testament. a fantastic tool to help one grasp the literary nature of "scripture", from an historical and literary nature.