Chronological and Background Charts of the New Testament : Second Edition.

By: House, H. WayneContributor(s): House, H. WayneMaterial type: TextTextSeries: ZondervanCharts: Publisher: Grand Rapids : Zondervan, 2019Edition: second editionDescription: 1 online resource (177 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0310100348; 9780310100348Subject(s): ReligionGenre/Form: Electronic books. LOC classification: BS2310.H68 2009Online resources: Click here to access ONLINE RESOURCE
Contents:
Part I : General material ; Books of the New Testament (arranged according to time of writing) -- Books of the New Testament in English, Latin, and Greek ; Literary classification of the New Testament ; Books of the New Testament classified doctrinally ; The New Testament canon in the first four centuries ; Early patristic quotations of the New Testament ; Theories concerning the history of the text ; Liquid and dry measures ; Weights ; Length and distance ; Money ; New Testament quotations of Old Testament passages ; Selected New Testament prophecies and their fulfillment in the New Testament period ; Prayers in the New Testament ; Sermons and speeches in the New Testament ; Old Testament characters in the New Testament ; Prominent secondary figures in the New Testament ; Part II : Backgrounds to the New Testament ; A chronological history of Rome ; A chronological history of Greece ; A chronological history of Israel ; The structure of Roman society ; The Roman political system ; The Roman military system ; Graeco-Roman deities ; Selected Jewish and Christian literature ; Cities in the New Testament : cities of Christ : cities Paul visited : cities of the seven churches of the Apocalypse ; First-century emperors, Roman prefects of Judea, and rulers in Israel ; Roman emperors in the time of the New Testament ; First-century prefects of Judea ; The Ptolemies ; The Seleucids ; The Maccabees ; The Jewish high priests ; A genealogical chart of the Herodian dynasty ; Jewish sects of the first century ; Christ and Christianity in Jewish and pagan sources ; Jewish sacred and civil year ; The reckoning of Passover ; The reckoning of Passover (Blomberg's proposal) -- The Dead Sea Scrolls ; Rabbinic writings ; Part III : The Gospels ; Literary relationships of the Synoptic Gospels ; Suggested solutions to the Synoptic problem ; Contents of hypothetical Q ; Material unique to Matthew ; Material unique to Mark ; Material unique to Luke ; Synoptic parallels ; Matthew-Mark parallels ; Luke-Mark parallels ; A comparative chart of the four Gospels ; Contrasts between the Synoptics and John ; The Five Gospels of the Jesus seminar ; The genealogy of Jesus Christ ; Old Testament prophecies concerning Christ and Christianity ; The Jewish enthronement motif and Jesus the Messiah ; A chronology of the ministry of Jesus ; An alternate chronological table of Christ's life ; The ministry of Christ ; The duration of Christ's ministry ; Parables of Jesus ; Nature miracles ; Healing miracles ; Part IV : The Apostolic age ; Major events in New Testament history in the first century A.D. -- The kerygma of the early church ; Possible sources behind the book of Acts ; Luke's presentation in Acts of the growth of Christianity ; Parallels between the structure of Luke and Acts ; Paul's missionary journeys ; A chronology of the Apostolic age ; An alternate chronology of the Apostolic age ; The twelve apostles ; Corinthian correspondence and visits ; The destination of the letter to the Galatians : northern Galatia theory : southern Galatia theory ; Similarities between Ephesians and Colossians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of Ephesians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of Colossians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of 2 Thessalonians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of the Pastoral epistles ; Theories concerning the authorship of Hebrews ; Arguments concerning the Petrine authorship of 2 Peter ; Arguments concerning the relationship between 2 Peter and Jude ; Interpretations of Revelation ; Theological perspectives on Revelation ; Theories of literary structures of Revelation ; Arguments concerning the date of Revelation ; Content and correlation of the judgments of seals, trumpets, and bowls.
Summary: This volume helps students of the New Testament organize and synthesize the vast amount of biblical and extrabiblical material involved by providing a visual overview of the data, chronology, historical background, and criticism of the New Testament. This format allows facts, relationships, parallels, and contrasts to be grasped quickly and easily.
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This volume helps students of the New Testament organize and synthesize the vast amount of biblical and extrabiblical material involved by providing a visual overview of the data, chronology, historical background, and criticism of the New Testament. This format allows facts, relationships, parallels, and contrasts to be grasped quickly and easily.

Part I : General material ; Books of the New Testament (arranged according to time of writing) -- Books of the New Testament in English, Latin, and Greek ; Literary classification of the New Testament ; Books of the New Testament classified doctrinally ; The New Testament canon in the first four centuries ; Early patristic quotations of the New Testament ; Theories concerning the history of the text ; Liquid and dry measures ; Weights ; Length and distance ; Money ; New Testament quotations of Old Testament passages ; Selected New Testament prophecies and their fulfillment in the New Testament period ; Prayers in the New Testament ; Sermons and speeches in the New Testament ; Old Testament characters in the New Testament ; Prominent secondary figures in the New Testament ; Part II : Backgrounds to the New Testament ; A chronological history of Rome ; A chronological history of Greece ; A chronological history of Israel ; The structure of Roman society ; The Roman political system ; The Roman military system ; Graeco-Roman deities ; Selected Jewish and Christian literature ; Cities in the New Testament : cities of Christ : cities Paul visited : cities of the seven churches of the Apocalypse ; First-century emperors, Roman prefects of Judea, and rulers in Israel ; Roman emperors in the time of the New Testament ; First-century prefects of Judea ; The Ptolemies ; The Seleucids ; The Maccabees ; The Jewish high priests ; A genealogical chart of the Herodian dynasty ; Jewish sects of the first century ; Christ and Christianity in Jewish and pagan sources ; Jewish sacred and civil year ; The reckoning of Passover ; The reckoning of Passover (Blomberg's proposal) -- The Dead Sea Scrolls ; Rabbinic writings ; Part III : The Gospels ; Literary relationships of the Synoptic Gospels ; Suggested solutions to the Synoptic problem ; Contents of hypothetical Q ; Material unique to Matthew ; Material unique to Mark ; Material unique to Luke ; Synoptic parallels ; Matthew-Mark parallels ; Luke-Mark parallels ; A comparative chart of the four Gospels ; Contrasts between the Synoptics and John ; The Five Gospels of the Jesus seminar ; The genealogy of Jesus Christ ; Old Testament prophecies concerning Christ and Christianity ; The Jewish enthronement motif and Jesus the Messiah ; A chronology of the ministry of Jesus ; An alternate chronological table of Christ's life ; The ministry of Christ ; The duration of Christ's ministry ; Parables of Jesus ; Nature miracles ; Healing miracles ; Part IV : The Apostolic age ; Major events in New Testament history in the first century A.D. -- The kerygma of the early church ; Possible sources behind the book of Acts ; Luke's presentation in Acts of the growth of Christianity ; Parallels between the structure of Luke and Acts ; Paul's missionary journeys ; A chronology of the Apostolic age ; An alternate chronology of the Apostolic age ; The twelve apostles ; Corinthian correspondence and visits ; The destination of the letter to the Galatians : northern Galatia theory : southern Galatia theory ; Similarities between Ephesians and Colossians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of Ephesians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of Colossians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of 2 Thessalonians ; Arguments concerning the Pauline authorship of the Pastoral epistles ; Theories concerning the authorship of Hebrews ; Arguments concerning the Petrine authorship of 2 Peter ; Arguments concerning the relationship between 2 Peter and Jude ; Interpretations of Revelation ; Theological perspectives on Revelation ; Theories of literary structures of Revelation ; Arguments concerning the date of Revelation ; Content and correlation of the judgments of seals, trumpets, and bowls.

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