In the Mail: Blomberg with Markley, Handbook of New Testament Exegesis

Handbook of New Testament Exegesis
Craig Blomberg with Jennifer Markley

In Saturday’s mail arrived Craig Blomberg’s Handbook of New Testament Exegesis, with Jennifer Markley (Baker, 2010), which I’ll be reviewing this summer for the Stone-Campbell Journal. The text is just over 300 pages, and the back cover includes recommendations from Thomas Schreiner, Jeannine Brown, Grant Osborne, and Mark Strauss. At first brush, this introductory text also includes some discussions that should push its readers in a more technical direction. So, I’ll certainly be interested in working through the book in detail in the coming weeks.

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