Jacob Hantla

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Exegesis del Nuevo Testamento: Manual Para Estudia&hellip by Gordon D. Fee
I think that the best way to describe the purpose of the book is to steal the first paragraph from the author's preface to the first edition: "A former New Testament colleague was once asked by a student how he could learn to do exegesis, intending that his teacher should suggest a book. My colleague answered, 'You will just have to take a course.' That answer is the tacit admission of what all of us who teach NT know to be true: There simply is no book that serves either as a textbook or a guide for students to learn the exegetical process, from the opening of their Bibles to the writing of the paper. This book hopes to fill that lacuna."
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New Testament Exegesis by Gordon Fee
New Testament Exegesis by Gordon Fee
I think that the best way to describe the purpose of the book is to steal the first paragraph from the author's preface to the first edition: "A former New Testament colleague was once asked by a student how he could learn to do exegesis, intending that his teacher should suggest a book. My colleague answered, 'You will just have to take a course.' That answer is the tacit admission of what all of us who teach NT know to be true: There simply is no book that serves either as a textbook or a guide for students to learn the exegetical process, from the opening of their Bibles to the writing of the paper. This book hopes to fill that lacuna."
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The Lord's Supper: Eternal Word in Broken Bread by Robert Letham
Letham takes 64 brief pages to lay out the traditional reformed views on the Lord's Supper both in theory and in practice. Unfortunately only 17 pages of that attempts to make a Biblical case for the supper and the way in which he asserts it should be practiced. There are four chapters with an introduction and an epilogue:
1. Biblical Foundations of the Supper
2. The Lord's Supper in Church History
3. The Lord's Supper in Reformed Theolgoy
4. The Lord's Supper in Practice
Beginning with the proposition that the Lord's Supper is not a modified Passover meal at all but is instead looking back to Moses, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, and Israel's elders on Mount Sinai in Exodus… Read more