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Wayne A. Meeks

Full Name: Wayne A. Meeks
Number of Works: 12
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ISBN: 0060655275, 9780060655273
Keywords: version, apocryphal, deuterocanonical, books, standard, revised, study, bible, new, harpercollins
Pages: 2368
Published: 1997
  • Rating: 80%

The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible is steadily increasing in popularity. It is highly respected among academics, including evangelicals, and popular in theological colleges, where it is preferred to the New International Version.This edition incorporates extensive annotations and the Deuterocanonical books/Apocrypha, making it an ideal edition for students and serious Bible readers.The NRSV sensitively avoids gender exclusivity without any loss of accuracy or clarity, and retains the traditional style of referring to God as ‘He’ or ‘
ISBN: 0393972801, 9780393972801
Keywords: critical, norton, second, paul, writings
Pages: 454
Published: 2007
  • Rating: 80%

This thoroughly revised and expanded edition includes an entirely new introduction to Paul and the central issues surrounding his writings, as well as several newly included sections of writings from Paul’s time to the present, among them “Annotated Text: Pseudo-Pauline Writings”; “The Apocryphal Paul: Some Early Christian Traditions and Legends,” with writings by Jerome, Clement of Alexandria, Ambrosiaster, and others; “The Martyrdom of Paul”; “Paul and His Pagan Critics;” “Valentinus and the Gnostic Paul,”with writings
ISBN: 0393099792, 9780393099799
Keywords: critical, norton, paul, writings
Pages: 454
Published: 1972
  • Rating: 80%

This thoroughly revised and expanded edition includes an entirely new introduction to Paul and the central issues surrounding his writings, as well as several newly included sections of writings from Paul’s time to the present, among them “Annotated Text: Pseudo-Pauline Writings”; “The Apocryphal Paul: Some Early Christian Traditions and Legends,” with writings by Jerome, Clement of Alexandria, Ambrosiaster, and others; “The Martyrdom of Paul”; “Paul and His Pagan Critics;” “Valentinus and the Gnostic Paul,”with writings
ISBN: 066422962X, 9780664229627
Keywords: question, christ
Pages: 166
Published: 2006
  • Rating: 80%

In this series of reflections on the mystery of Jesus and the questions that surround him, noted New Testament scholar Wayne Meeks redirects the course of the Jesus debates. Insisting that we cease focusing on who the historical Jesus was and ask instead "Who is Christ?" Meeks demonstrates with electric and lucid prose that Jesus is not a permanent artifact whose precise nature can be traced back through history but, rather, a figure whose identity continues to emerge as contemporary persons engage him in their daily lives.
ISBN: 0393095797, 9780393095791
Keywords: paul, writings
Pages: Unknown
Published: 1972

Of all the first-century partisans of Christianity, only St. Paul left a substantial written legacy, Letters attributed to him comprise a quarter of the New Testament, and another twelfth of its pages--most of the Book of Acts--is devoted to a description of his career. St. Paul's letters, the most direct and earliest primary sources from the beginning of Christianity, are the focus of this volume. Wayne A. Meeks presents them here in the Revised Standard Edition, with an introduction and annotations. The letters are accompanied by a selection of critical writings in St. Paul and his influence