An essential textbook on 1-2 Peter and Jude for readers of all levels
Scholars engage the best contemporary work on 1-2 Peter and Jude in this student-oriented book. The first four chapters in this collection-on authorship and pseudonymity, literary relationships among the three books, epistolary rhetoric, and apocalyptic elements-consider important, foundational issues related to all three epistles. These essays lay the groundwork for more focused chapters that examine theology and theory in 1 Peter as well a stylistic, theological, and thematic overlap in Jude and 2 Peter.
A range of theological, literary, and theoretical approachesDefinitions for specialized terminologyHistorical and cultural background informationExplanations of methodologies
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