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NT Library Companion Bundle (4 Volumes)

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The companion volumes of Westminster John Knox Press's New Testament Library series cover major aspects of biblical studies through surveys, theologies, histories, and other works.

This New Testament Library Companion Bundle contains the following four (4) Volumes:

  • Images of the Church in the New Testament (Paul Sevier Minear): First published in 1960, Paul Minear’s classic work identifies and explicates ninety-six images for the church found in the New Testament. Comprehensive and accessibly written, it has been used in seminary classes for over thirty years. Its range of reach and incredibly rich discussions of the many images and metaphors make this book a splendid resource for students and pastors.
  • Paul and the Anatomy of Apostolic Authority (John Howard Schütz): John Howard Schütz's milestone analysis of Paul's authority shaped a generation of thought about Paul. This insightful work continues to be relevant to Pauline scholarship.
  • Theology and Ethics in Paul (Victor Paul Furnish): First published in 1968--and out of print since the 1980s--Victor Paul Furnish’s treatment of Paul's theology and ethics has long been regarded as the key scholarly statement and most useful textbook on Paul's thought. Now, Theology and Ethics in Paul is available once again. Featuring a new introduction from Richard Hays, this timeless volume is as relevant in this century as it was in the last.
  • History and Theology in the Fourth Gospel (J. Louis Martyn): This volume surveys the scholarly work that has been done concerning the book of John. J. Louis Martyn also provides his own reading of the fourth Gospel.

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Included Modules


The following modules and groups are included when you purchase this package. For details click the Title.

category
code
title
price
NTL-4th Gospel
$24.90
NTL-Images
$29.90
NTL-Paul & Authority
$39.90
NTL-Theology & Ethics
$34.90

Where To Find


NT Library Companion Bundle (4 Volumes) is included with the following packages:

category
code
title
price
All-in-All 1017
$36,999.00
Coll12-EngMaster1017
$29,999.00
OTL NTL Bundle_68
$699.00

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October 18, 2017  |  4:35 AM   |    Good (4)
Theology of the Gospel of Matthew is missing. As it's a rare volume that I could barely even find, I was certain that that particular Theology Mt volume would never be digitized, and so I bought it intentionally in a hardback copy with dustcover, in great shape - and in that shape it was a very expensive one but worth it even so, not merely for the sake of completeness.
I'm thrilled about buying the entire 68. vol. set now at the introductory price, very quick calculations and I saw I'll save money on that compared to any other print- or Accordance sub-set option. From each sub-set Accordance has listed I'm duplicating some volume(s) in print.
I actually like buying almost complete sets, even though it's an evaluation of what volumes I need so I have many times, at least elsewhere or in print, just bought individual volumes. For me, only Accordance and print are the sole options for groving my library - I'm not interested at all in what's being offered in other forms or under other ...
Theology of the Gospel of Matthew is missing. As it's a rare volume that I could barely even find, I was certain that that particular Theology Mt volume would never be digitized, and so I bought it intentionally in a hardback copy with dustcover, in great shape - and in that shape it was a very expensive one but worth it even so, not merely for the sake of completeness.
I'm thrilled about buying the entire 68. vol. set now at the introductory price, very quick calculations and I saw I'll save money on that compared to any other print- or Accordance sub-set option. From each sub-set Accordance has listed I'm duplicating some volume(s) in print.
I actually like buying almost complete sets, even though it's an evaluation of what volumes I need so I have many times, at least elsewhere or in print, just bought individual volumes. For me, only Accordance and print are the sole options for groving my library - I'm not interested at all in what's being offered in other forms or under other platforms, be it this series or anything else. I an defend that Accordance is the wastly best platform, for each and any purpose, and that what is being offered meets my needs very well. The process of growing one's library under Accordance has always remained a smooth process that I enjoy