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|Description:||251 p. : ill., charts ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Biblical theology; lame duck or eagles' wings? --
Evangelical definitions and presuppositions --
Salvation and history --
Evangelical practice --
Multiplex biblical theology --
Letting the Old Testament speak I: biblical history --
Letting the Old Testament speak II: prophetic eschatology --
Letting the New Testament speak --
The Robinson legacy --
How to do biblical theology.
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. --from publisher description.
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