Trajectories: A Gospel-Centered Introduction to Old Testament Theology

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Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2 mar. 2018 - 278 pagini
Trajectories meets an urgent need in both undergraduate and graduate study of the Old Testament. Too often Old Testament theology focuses on the end-product and leaves the process obscured. Each chapter of Trajectories provides a clear path connecting biblical research to theological conclusions. The final chapter offers a step-by-step method for completing a thorough hermeneutical analysis framed within a discussion of the gospel message. Trajectories also seeks to situate Old Testament theology in relation to global and generational trends influencing the church and evangelical theology. The implications of globalization and the rise of millennials on Old Testament theology are critical and thought-provoking topics for discussion. Chapters in Trajectories are organized thematically, so the textbook can serve as a companion study guide to courses in the Old Testament and New Testament. In addition, the exploration of topics allows each study to link to the New Testament. Each chapter concludes with tangible applications for the contemporary Christian church and with questions for group discussion and reflection.
 

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Title Page Preface
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction
Creation
Be Fruitful and Multiply
The Fall
Gods Covenant with David
Gods Dwelling Place
God with Us
Loyalty and Obedience
Suffering
Exile and Hope
Restored Community
Old Testament Theology for a MultiEthnic Church
Old Testament Theology and the Digital

Liberation and Deliverance
Torah
The Messiah within the Psalter
Conclusion
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Bryan C. Babcock is an adjunct instructor at Moody Bible Institute–Distance Learning, teaching and developing courses in Old Testament studies.



James Spencer serves as Vice President and Dean of Moody Bible Institute, and teaches courses in biblical studies.



Russell L. Meek is Assistant Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Louisiana College and also serves as an adjunct instructor with Moody Bible Institute–Distance Learning.

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