[PDF / Epub] ☉ Deuteronomy By J. Gordon McConville – Pccare247.us

Deuteronomy In This Outstanding Commentary J G McConville Offers A Theological Interpretation Of The Old Testament Book Of Deuteronomy In The Context Of The Biblical Canon He Gives Due Attention To Historical Issues Where These Bear On What Can Be Known About The Settings In Which The Text Emerged His Dominant Method Is One That Approaches Deuteronomy As A Finished Work McConville Argues That In The Context Of The Ancient World Deuteronomy Should Be Understood As The Radical Blueprint For The Life Of A People, At The Same Time Both Spiritual And Political, And Profoundly Different From Every Other Social, Political And Religious Programe The Book Incorporates The Tension Between An Open Minded Vision Of A Perfectly Ordered Society Under God And Practical Provisions For Dealing With The Frailty And Imperfections Of Real People Hence, It Is Capable Of Informing Our Thinking About The Organization Of Societies While Maintaining A Vision Of The Kingdom Of God.

[PDF / Epub] ☉ Deuteronomy  By J. Gordon McConville – Pccare247.us
  • Hardcover
  • 544 pages
  • Deuteronomy
  • J. Gordon McConville
  • English
  • 13 January 2017
  • 0830825053

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  1. says:

    J Gordon McConville is Professor of Old Testament Theology at the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England McConville received his Ph.D from Queen s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has taught at Trinity College and Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford McConville is the author of several books, including, Exploring the Old Testament The Prophets, God and Earthly Power An Old Testament Political Theology, and Being Human in God s World An Old Testament Theology of Hu J Gordon McConville is Professor of Old Testament Theology at the University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham, England McConville received his Ph.D from Queen s University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and has taught at Trinity College and Wycliffe Hall, University of Oxford McConville is the author of several books, including, Exploring the Old Testament The Prophets, God and Earthly Power An Old Testament Political Theology, and Being Human in God s World An Old Testament Theology of Humanity Still, McConville is arguably most well known for his longtime dedication to the book of Deuteronomy and his subsequent commentary in the Apollos Old Testament Commentary series Deuteron...


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    Deuteronomy is an Old Testament commentary, written by J G McConville published by IVP Academic, one that this pastor, has been anxiously awaiting for since it s announcement It has been a long time since a conservative yet highly scholarly work has been published on the Book of Deuteronomy and J G McConville did not disappoint, weighing in at almost 544 pages.This commentary is the newest edition of the Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series with editors David W Baker and Gordon J Wenha Deuteronomy is an Old Testament commentary, written by J G McConville published by IVP Academic, one that this pastor, has been anxiously awaiting for since it s announcement It has been a long time since a conservative yet highly scholarly work has been published on the Book of Deuteronomy and J G McConville did not disappoint, weighing in at almost 544 pages.This commentary is the newest edition of the Apollos Old Testament Commentary Series with editors David W Baker and Gordon J Wenham, a series which is synonymous with excellent exegesis and superior application, this volume not only continues this legacy, but truly propels it to new height...


  3. says:

    This volume was the first in what is developing into a major commentary series This entry has enjoyed a favorable reception in the scholarly world and so I looked forward to reviewing it Now that I have used all the titles in the Apollos series, I personally think the first two volumes this one and Daniel has a different feel than later volumes.I found the Introduction to be unhelpful He tackled issues of composition that I couldn t agree with, andimportantly, most pastors find irrele This volume was the first in what is developing into a major commentary series This entry has enjoyed a favorable reception in the scholarly world and so I looked forward to reviewing it Now that I have used all the titles in the Apollos series, I personally think the first two volumes this one and Daniel has a different feel than later volumes.I found the Introduction to be unhelpful He tackled issues of composition that I couldn t agree with, andimportantly, most pastors find irrelevant Only when he gave some theological insights was I helped He also did not accept Mosaic authorship Though the Apollos is earning a conservative reputation, this one would have trouble earning that designation in places.Still, the quality of the commentary proper is high The writing is good, the scholarship mature, and the information helpful It was engaging throughou...


  4. says:

    good stuff up to date scholarship and continuing on from the work of Gordon Wenham doesn t get any better than this.

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