Archives for tag: Andreas Kostenberger

Book Notice: “Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World”

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It is no small secret that university religion departments often provide a lush environment for professors who wish to undercut the historic Christian faith. In recognition of this fact, and in an attempt to respond to such criticisms, Andreas Köstenberger, Josh Chatraw, and Darrell Bock recently published Truth Matters: Confident … Read More »

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The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived

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This blog post serves advance notice: Crossway’s recently released book, The Final Days of Jesus: The Most Important Week of the Most Important Person Who Ever Lived, is a treasure for the church. Southeastern’s own Andreas Köstenberger and Crossway’s Justin Taylor have collaborated to produce a high quality devotional work … Read More »

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Book Notice: “The Community of Jesus”

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Christopher Morgan has put forth a steady stream of top-shelf edited volumes in the field of systematic theology. These volumes work very nicely in theology and doctrine courses, whether the courses are introductory in nature or upper-level electives. Morgan’s volumes model how to take complex ideas and mediate them in … Read More »

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Michael Bird & Andreas Köstenberger on Earliest Christian History

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You’ve heard what they say, right? “An open New Testament and an open mind leads one to attend Southeastern every time.” Or, at least, that’s what I often say. And, in case you are interested in New Testament studies, you’ll want to be aware that SEBTS professor Andreas Köstenberger recently … Read More »

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Briefly Noted: The Lion & the Lamb

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Let’s be honest: most New Testament introductions possess covers that are too far apart. For college students and lay people, these mammoth “introductions” can become a swamp in which certain readers find it difficult to slog. In recognition of this fact, three New Testament scholars—Andreas J. Kostenberger (SEBTS), L. Scott … Read More »

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SEBTS Contributions to the Lastest Issue of Themelios

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As many of you no doubt already know, Themelios is a refereed journal of evangelical scholarship published online by The Gospel Coalition since 2008. For many years prior, the journal was published as a tradition print journal in the United Kingdom by the University and Colleges Christian Fellowship. Many of the best-known … Read More »

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Book Notice: “Marriage and Family: Biblical Essentials” by Andreas Köstenberger and David Jones

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Recent rulings on gay marriage and debates on family-related issues have placed marriage and family at the forefront of the public eye. More so than at any point in history, we are now confronted with the need to carefully define the meaning of marriage and family.[1] In the light of … Read More »

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Save the Date: Köstenberger & Wade at Charleston Southern (March 26, 2012)

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If you are anywhere near Charleston (or even if you are not), you’ll want to find a way to be at Charleston Southern University (CSU) on Monday, March 26, 2012. On that day, CSU will host the annual Staley Distinguished Lecture Series. Now, I know that doesn’t sound exciting. You’d … Read More »

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Book Notice: “Invitation to Biblical Interpretation” by Andreas J. Köstenberger

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Zut Alors. I will never catch up with Andreas Köstenberger. Every time I publish an article, he publishes four books. (In fact, one should never compare one’s CV with his, for fear that one will descend into a state of weltschmerz. Don’t say I never told you.) Speaking of which, … Read More »

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Book Notice: “Excellence” by Andreas Köstenberger

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Andreas Köstenberger has been a colleague of mine for a decade now. He is the author of scores of books and articles, the number of which perhaps exceeds the stars in the sky and the sand on the seashore. His most recent book (I think he averages a book per … Read More »

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