6 edition of The Old Testament and Process Theology found in the catalog.
by Chalice Press
Written in English
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A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament. Edited by Roy B. Zuck with consulting editors Eugene H. Merrill and Darrell L. Bock. Chicago: Moody Press, pp. Cloth, $ In his foreword to this book, Dr. Kenneth Barker (of NIV renown) states, “In my estimation, it is the best evangelical volume to appear on the subject of biblical Missing: Process Theology. The New Testament authors both use the Old Testament to explain Jesus and use Jesus to explain the Old Testament a circular process in which each is illuminated by the other. This circular relationship may be helpfully summarized under the following five headings. Old Testament Theology Confirmed.
Old Testament Theology: The Latter Prophets all of the essential processes and resources necessary to frame in a biblical theology of the Latter Prophets and to a process of moving from biblical theology to theology in culture. Specifically, this means that each person studying the course will: develop a theology of each book—that. This collection of John Barton's papers is grouped into three sections: Canon, Literature and Theology, ranging from questioning who the Prophets are to reading the Bible as literature and the Messiah in Old Testament theology. Contents include: Old Testament or Hebrew Bible?; modern exegesis and the literary conventions of ancient Israel; Wellhausen's Prolegomena to the History of Israel Reviews: 1.
God and World in the Old Testament: A Relational Theology of Creation. Fretheim presents here the Old Testament view of the Creator God, the created world, and our role in creation. Beginning with “The Beginning,” he demonstrates that creation is open-ended and connected. Old Testament Theology is the branch of Biblical theology that seeks theological insight within the Old Testament or Hebrew Bible. It explores past and present theological concepts as they pertain to God and God's relationship with creation.
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6 Used from $ 1 New from $ Using the insights of process theology, Gnuse explores the Old Testament beginning with the categories of classic Old Testament theology: revelation, suffering, creation, covenant, justice, law, and salvation.
Read Author: Robert Karl Gnuse. Trajectories meets an urgent need in both undergraduate and graduate study of the Old Testament.
Too often Old Testament theology focuses on the end-product and leaves the process obscured. Each chapter of Trajectories provides a clear path connecting biblical research to theological conclusions. The final chapter offers a step-by-step method.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Recent scholarship and the need for a new theology --Alfred North Whitehead: philosopher of process thought --Setting the stage: process theologians --The Hebrew Bible and process categories --Process thought and the God of the Hebrew Scriptures --Suffering of God in the Hebrew Bible.
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Robert Karl Gnuse (shelved 1 time as process-theology). The point of view of Robert Gnuse in his book The Old Testament and Process Theology proposed the merging of the work of Whitehead with the doctrinal teachings of the Hebrew Scriptures of the Old Testament to reach the best possible biblical understanding.
Gnuse’s premise is that process theology has contemporary application using this method. As renowned Old Testament scholar Bruce Waltke writes in the preface of this book, the Old Testament’s every sentence is “fraught with theology, worthy of reflection.”This book is the result of decades of reflection informed by an extensive knowledge of the Hebrew language, the best of critical scholarship, a deep understanding of both the content and spirit of the Old Testament, and a Cited by: Keith Bodner is Stuart E.
Murray Professor of Christian Studies at Crandall University in New Brunswick, Canada. A member of the editorial board of the Journal for the Study of the Old Testament, his recent books include Jeroboam's Royal Drama (), The Rebellion of Absalom (), After the Invasion: A Reading of Jeremiah (), and An Ark on the Nile: The Beginning of the Book Reviews: 1.
The Old Testament is more than a religious history of the nation of Israel. It is more than a portrait gallery of heroes of the faith. It is even more than a theological and prophetic backdrop to the New Testament. Beyond these, the Old Testament is inspired revelation of.
These books either lay out an organized theological overview of the Hebrew Bible, or consider methodological issues and approaches to doing Old Testament theology. In fact, each of the books in this list contains a measure of both elements to one degree or another.
The best books on OT Theology ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users. Find the best commentary on OT Theology. | About Blog Contact Suggest. Best Commentaries Old Testament Theology (Institute for Biblical Research Bibliographies Series, No 13) Hasel, Gerhard g: Process Theology.
unifying purpose of the Old Testament is to show how God saves human beings from sin, for His glory and for His service. See also, Old Testament Survey, 2nd Edition. As is usual, note that I’m calling this book notes, and to some extent a response, rather than a review.
That is more necessary in this case than most because the book is not aimed at a popular audience, and I am not a theologian, much less a specialist in Old Testament theology, and thus not qualified to write a formal review.
The book is a bit tainted with ideas from process theology, but it is overall an excellent, confessional, and comprehensive exploration of the Old Testament through the lens of God-as-creator.
flag Like /5(4). This collection of John Barton's work engages with current concern over the biblical canon, in both historical and theological aspects; with literary reading of the Bible and current literary theory as it bears on biblical studies; and with the theological reading and use of the biblical text.
John Barton's distinctive writing reflects a commitment to a 'liberal' approach to the Bible, which. In this powerful book, Walter Brueggemann moves the discussion of Old Testament theology beyond the dominant models of previous generations.
Brueggemann focuses on the metaphor and imagery of the courtroom trial in order to regard the theological substance of the Old Testament as a series of claims asserted for Yahweh, the God of Israel. This in turn leads to a discussion of the theology of the entire Old Testament canon.
Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament edited by D.A. Carson and G.K. Beale. This academic reference book will help readers understand the New Testament’s use of the Old Testament.
it, which I can’t imagine they do not. If they do, good. You saw Paul House’s “Old Testament Theology,” which, – and also Ollenburger, Martins and Hasel, “Flowering of Old Testament Theology,” which is now in its second edition.
this book is, as you see, an anthology that includes  cuttings from major theologians in major eras. The theology of the Old Testament, he writes, has to be the study of the reality of Yahweh. The Old Testament is the sole literary witness to that reality as the record of the experience of Israel.
Seven categories outline the book: cult, revelation, history, nature, wisdom, political and social institutions, and the future of Israel. The Old Testament (often abbreviated OT) is the first part of the Christian biblical canon, which is based primarily upon the twenty-four books of the Hebrew Bible (or Tanakh), a collection of ancient religious Hebrew writings by the Israelites believed by most Christians and religious Jews to be the sacred Word of God.
These books will help readers to see and understand the Old Testament as a testimony to Christ. These books will readers to sufficiently grasp the scope of the Old Testaments focus on Christ.
With the Clouds of Heaven: The Book of Daniel in Biblical Theology, Vol. 32 (New Studies in Biblical Theology) Hamilton Jr., James M. $ $Missing: Process Theology.
Theology: Old Testament Studies: Exegetical Process This subject guide offers resources and library services on the Old Testament. Please evaluate material on web sites critical and use peer reviewed, scholarly information.
The discipline of Old Testament theology continues to be in flux as diverse approaches vie for dominance. Paul House serves as our guide—without being partisan or uninformed—exploring each Old Testament book, summarizing its content and showing its theological significance within the whole of the Old Testament canon.