Wednesday, December 30, 2015
A Great Textbook Survey of the New Testament
Rather than following the traditional book order of the New Testament, the chapters of this book are arranged around the various authors, which means Luke and Acts are treated consecutively, as are John's Gospel, his epistles, and Revelation. It's a novel idea, but somewhat unnecessary; the New Testament is mostly arranged by author.
It's the kind of textbook I would love to teach out of. I only wish it came with more teaching resources, like chapter questions or tests and quizzes. I'd highly recommend it for use at a Christian school, but as a preacher and teacher of the word, I'm finding it useful in my own study and preparation as well.
I requested a copy of this title from the publisher in order to provide this review.