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by Walter C Kaiser

  • ISBN: 0802490859
  • Author: Walter C Kaiser
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  • Language: English
  • Pages: 270
  • Publisher: Moody Press (1985)
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Kaiser has written many books including, 'The Old Testament in Contemporary Preaching' 'Classical Evangelical Essays in Old Testament Interpretation' 'Toward an Old Testament Theology' 'A Biblical Approach to Personal Suffering' 'Ecclesiastes: Total Life' 'Toward an Exegetical Theology' 'Biblical Exegesis for Preaching & Teaching' 'Hard Sayings of the Old Testament' and 'The Messiah in the Old Testament; a History of Israel'.

Here is Kaiser at his best as he develops his previous book Toward an Old Testament Theology to include the New Testament. Kaiser shows the balance in this biblical theology of the Old and New Testaments between over-spiritualizing the Old Testament promises to Israel and yet caring for the continuity between the testaments.

Walter C. Kaiser Jr. (born April 11, 1933) is an American evangelical Old Testament scholar, writer, public speaker, and educator. Kaiser is the Colman M. Mockler distinguished Professor of Old Testament and former President of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, retired June 30, 2006. He was succeeded by James Emery White.

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The debate over whether New Testament writers were entirely accurate in their quoting from the Old Testament has raged since before the turn of the century. This fundamental question has been one starting point in thought for both redaction and canon criticism.

The debate over whether New Testament writers were entirely accurate in their quoting from the Old Testament has raged since before the turn of the century. A majority of contemporary scholars have even agreed that New Testament writers (and readers) permissively The debate over whether New Testament writers were entirely accurate in their quoting from the Old Testament has raged since before the turn of the century. This fundamental question has been one starting point in thought for both.

The New Testaments Legitimate, Accurate, and Multifaceted Use of the Old DARRELL L. BOCK Response to Bock WALTER C. KAISER . KAISER, JR. Response to Bock PETER ENNS 3. FULLER MEANING, SINGLE GOAL: A Christotelic Approach to the New Testament Use of the Old in Its First-Century Interpretive Environment PETER ENNS Response to Enns WALTER C. Response to Enns DARRELL L. BOCK.

Renowned author and scholar Walter Kaiser shows why the Old . A final chapter explores the relevance of the Old Testament in speaking to a contemporary audience.

Renowned author and scholar Walter Kaiser shows why the Old Testament deserves equal attention with the New Testament and offers a helpful guide on how preachers and teachers can give it the full attention it deserves. Bible teachers, pastors, seminary students, and professors will appreciate Kaiser's practical focus and relevant applications.

To read the New Testament is to meet the Old Testament at every turn

To read the New Testament is to meet the Old Testament at every turn. But exactly how do Old Testament texts relate to their New Testament references and allusions? Moreover, what fruitful interpretive methods do New Testament texts demonstrate? Leading biblical scholars Walter Kaiser, Darrel Bock and Peter Enns each present their answers to questions surrounding the use of the Old Testament in the New Testament. Contributors address elements such as Divine and human authorial intent, the context of Old Testament references, and theological grounds for an interpretive method.

The debate over whether New Testament writers were entirely accurate in their quoting from the Old Testament has raged since before the turn of the century

The debate over whether New Testament writers were entirely accurate in their quoting from the Old Testament has raged since before the turn of the century. A majority of contemporary scholars have even agreed that New Testament writers (and readers) permissively interpreted the Old Testament text. (born April 11, 1933) is an American evangelical Old Testament . A recipient of the Danforth Teacher Study Grant, Kaiser is a member of the Wheaton College Scholastic Honor Society. In addition to teaching in the Old Testament department, he was senior vice president of education, academic dean, and senior vice president of distance learning and ministries.

Comments (7)

Gela
Well thought out and researched. It's nice to see someone showing examples from differing categories without trying to explain everything. He gives you just enough to allow you to put those principles for interpretation to work.
Micelhorav
A wonderful opportunity to take a look at the brilliant work of Dr. Kaiser up close. Very helpful material to validate the intent of the Old Testament writers to communicate Messianic material and to demonstrate the integrity of the New Testament writer in accessing these passages to make clear that Jesus of Nazareth was indeed the one long promised in the Older Testament.
White gold
book arrived on time
Kaiser had done a great work on the old testament with some challenging areas he has given results where difficulty rises in the OT great book so far this book proves to be form a conservative perspective which is great.
luisRED
Kaiser is for sure my favourite writer. I really have every and each book for Kaiser. I learnt alot from his reviews and topics. May God bless him!
Nagis
This is a must read for all students of the bible that know the original languages. You need this book.
Wel
This book is now in reprint by Wipf and Stock (originally by Moody Press). This book is an excellent book that engages hermeneutics, intertextuality, typology, ethics, dispensationalism, and covenant theology. He engages key ideas like "rest" in Hebrews and disputed passages such as Acts 15:15-16. The core thesis of this book is that all of the NT writers cited the OT with due regard to the original author's intention. Each passage has one sense and he rejects any attempts at supporting a hermeneutic of dual or deeper meaning.

Kaiser expounds his own middle way between dispensationalism and covenant theology called "promise theology" or epangelical theology.

Part 1: The Apologetic Use of the Old Testament in the New

Part 2: The Prophetic Use of the Old Testament in the New

Part 3: The Typological Use of the Old Testament in the New

Part 4: The Theological Use of the Old Testament in the New

Part 5: The Practical Use of the Old Testament in the New

Book reviews can be found here:

Bock, D. L. "Book Review: The Use of the Old Testament in the New." Bibliotheca Sacra 143 (1986): 279-280.

Bock, D. L. "Book Review: The Use of the Old Testament in the New." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 29 (1986): 488-490.

Silva, M. "Book Review: The Use of the Old Testament in the New." Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 29 (1986): 490-493.
Cogelv
This book was an azaming read. The information is presented in a relatively easy manner to understand, with much scriptural use in order to back up the arguments. Sections IV and V were particularly outstanding. If interested in Biblical exegesis and hermeneutics, this is a great book for both beginners and advanced scholars.
An excellent book on how the Old Testament uses the New. The author really makes you think.

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