Who's who in the New Testament
Psychology Press, 1995 - 286 páginas
Over 300 entries cover each character's biography, with historical, geographical and archaeological context. In addition there are entries focusing on the growth of the Church, and interpretive analysis of the Gospels and their writers.The Routledge Who's Who in The New Testament is the most complete and detailed reference book of its kind. Paying close attention to the places linked with the major events of Jesus's life, it provides:bull; over 300 extensive entries covering every characterbull; detailed biographical information on each character, including exactly where to find them in the Biblebull; the complete historical, geographical and archaeological context of each entrybull; an extremely accessible and easy to use A-Z layoutbull; extensive geographical entries focusing on the growth of the Christian Church and the key locations in the New Testamentbull; comprehensive interpretative analysis of the varying versions of the Gospels and the characters of the authors
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Acts Agrippa angel Antioch Antipas arrest Asia Minor baptized Barabbas Bethlehem birth brother Caesarea Caiaphas called Capernaum centurion Christian Church Christian community Colossae Corinth Corinthian crucifixion death describes disciples elders Emperor Ephesus faith father followed Fourth Gospel Galilee Gentiles God’s Gospel of John Gospel of Luke Gospel of Mark Gospel of Matthew Greek greetings Hebrew Herod high priest Holy Spirit Israel James Jerusalem Jesus Christ Jesus’s Jewish Jews John the Baptist John’s Joseph Journey Judas Judea king kingdom Lazarus Lord Luke’s Mark’s Mary Matt mentioned Messiah Messiahship ministry mother mother of Jesus Nazareth Passover Paul and Barnabas Paul’s letter perhaps persecution person Peter Pharisees Philemon Philip Philippi Pilate preaching prisoner probably prophet record resurrection Roman Rome Sanhedrin says Scribes Silas Simon son of Zebedee story synagogue Synoptic Gospels teaching Temple Testament Titus tomb tradition Troas words writing Zebedee