Editors Hafemann and House are joined by Thomas Schreiner, Frank Thielman, Stephen Dempster, Elmer Martens and Roy Ciampa in this "whole Bible" examination of seven theological themes that affirm the unified message of Scripture: covenant relationship, God's commands, the atonement, the Servant of the Lord, the Day of the Lord, God's people, and the history of redemption. 352 pages, softcover from Baker.
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Review 1 for Central Themes in Biblical Theology
Broad. Well done.
Date:June 9, 2011
The book does not comprehensively cover all topics of Biblical theology. It does cover perhaps the seven greatest topics. The topics addressed are done very well. There is room for disagreement with a scholars particular view. The topics have been addressed in detail. The reading was very enjoyable to me. I read the book as part of my list of references for a research paper in seminary. I think all Christians would benefit from reading the book. Certainly all pastors and teachers should consider placing this title in their library.