The New Testament in Color: A Multiethnic Bible Commentary
The New Testament in Color: A Multiethnic Bible Commentary
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The New Testament in Color: A Multiethnic Bible Commentary

by H. Daniel Zacharias, Kay Higuera Smith, Diane G. Chen, Miguel G. Echevarria, Jordan J. Cruz Ryan, Jarvis J. Williams, Gene L. Green, Julie Newberry, Eric C. Redmond, Esau D. McCaulley, M. Sydney Park, Dennis R. Edwards, Marcus Jerkins, Osvaldo Padilla, Madison N. Pierce, Daniel K. Eng, Janette H. Ok, Mateus F. de Campos, and Daniel I. Morrison

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Pages 792
Publisher IVP Academic
Published 8/6/2024
ISBN-13 978-0-8308-1409-1
Historically, Bible commentaries have focused on the particular concerns of a limited segment of the church, all too often missing fresh questions and perspectives that are fruitful for biblical interpretation. Listening to scholars from diverse backgrounds and ethnicities offers us an opportunity to explore the Bible from a wider angle, a better vantage point.

The New Testament in Color is a one-volume commentary on the New Testament written by a multiethnic team of scholars holding orthodox Christian beliefs. Each scholar brings exegetical expertise coupled with a unique interpretive lens to illuminate the ways social location and biblical interpretation work together. Theologically orthodox and multiethnically contextual, The New Testament in Color fills a gap in biblical understanding for both the academy and the church. Who we are and where God placed us—it's all useful for better understanding his Word.

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