In 2015, this move even appeared in one established commentary series that previously overlooked biblical theology (see the new NIGTC volume on Romans).Now arrives the inaugural volume in a groundbreaking new series from B&H: The Biblical Theology for Christian Proclamation Commentary.
John Frame writes in the preface: “You won’t find in this book many (if any) new interpretations of the philosophers and theologians.
The entire book is written in the earnest vigor of a battle between truth and falsehood. 4 — Thomas Schreiner, Commentary on Hebrews (Holman).
Bible commentators are becoming skilled at moving from the micro-lens to the macro-lens — from small details of exegetical precision to broader conclusions of biblical theology — in order to show how a particular book contributes to the development of key themes in redemptive history.
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