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New Testament Exegesis

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This chapter presents a list of articles and books that contains notes on New Testament exegesis. It talks about Gospels and Acts of the Apostles, and letters and book of Revelation. 'An Introduction to the Gospels and Acts' is an introductory textbook on the canonical gospels (including John) and the book of Acts, complete with bibliographical notes. In the New Testament there are quotations from pagan texts which are normally explained as a sign of Paul and Luke's acquaintance with Greek literature. The patterns of verbal agreement between the gospels have long been considered a key for solving the synoptic problem, and a sub discipline within gospel source criticism of tabulating and interpreting these patterns of agreement has slowly emerged in the name of gathering the most objective evidence available. Revelation has always presented major challenges for study, interpretation and application.

Keywords: canonical gospels; New Testament exegesis; Revelation



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