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Are Greg Boyd and I reading the same Old Testament? A review
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The Irresistible Connection Between the Old and New Testaments
The book contains an introduction and ten sections, each composed of one or more chapters. The introduction and Part 1 are especially important for understanding the rest of the book. In the introduction, Beale points out the uniqueness of his biblical theological approach by noting nine differences between his work and other NT theologies. For example, he organizes his work according to the storyline rather than by theological analysis or by major themes of the NT. He also focuses more on the unity of the NT than on its diversity, and examines how the OT storyline develops in Judaism in comparison to its development in the NT 5— Having illumined these two areas, he then works through all the relevant texts in the NT according to the presuppositions he described in the Introduction.
Thus his presuppositions provide the exegetical structure upon which he examines each relevant theme. However, I only partially agree with this. Second, although Beale claims Scripture should interpret itself, he is not completely consistent here. For example, in chapter 23 he wrestles with the question of why Christians observe Sunday instead of the Jewish Sabbath, acknowledging that not all Christians are in agreement with this change , n.
However, while Beale acknowledges that there is no explicit exegetical or theological evidence supporting why Christians worship on Sunday rather than the Sabbath , the resurrection of Christ inaugurated a new creation and thus, by implication, a new day of worship. Aside from these minor critiques, this book is highly valuable because of its uniqueness among NT theologies.
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Without doubt, Beale is on the right track by pointing to the continuation of the storyline from the OT to the NT. Lexington: Emeth Press, Barry L.
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The book begins with an introduction, followed by thirteen chapters, which are divided into four sections. Callen begins by introducing two key points: First, the OT reader must go beneath the surface meaning of the text because this is where the deepest meaning lies; and, second, the OT reader must not forget that the person who does not embrace the Final or New Testament cannot fully understand the Foundational or Old Testament. According to. Related Papers.