By Roy Zuck;Darrell Bock
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Expectation is becoming reality. Salvation comes through Him, as He begins the work of reclaiming humanity for relationship with God. The creation groans for its final redemption and the Great Physician Jesus has come and will come to relieve its pain. The theology of the New Testament proclaims that message of hope through narrative, history, and argument. A biblical theology bridges the gap between the meaning of individual passages and the synthesis of theological proposition. The contributors of this volume offer this study with their hope that the reader will have a better appreciation of the richness and diversity of the biblical terrain, as well as the relationship between interpretation and theology.
In one of John the Baptist's announcements about Jesus, John told the people that Jesus "will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire" (3:11). It is possible that the association of fire with the Spirit is a reference to a cleansing or purifying work which the Spirit will accomplish. More likely, however, in view of the following verse (v. 12), which refers to burning chaff with unquenchable fire, two broadly summarizing aspects of Jesus' work are in view. 2' The baptism of the Spirit is associated with the blessings of salvation, and fire represents the awful destiny of those sent from the presence of Jesus the Judge (13:40-42; 25:41).
Background and introductory concerns are handled only to a limited degree. '° He also attempts to place the New Testament historically in its world, but bases his work heavily on critical concerns. He is far more radical in his approach than Jeremias or Goppelt. , the Jewish Christian community), the kerygma of the Hellenistic church, and then the theology of Paul. This approach sees much of the New Testament as a product of early church reflection, rather than stating concerns that reach back to Jesus.
A Biblical Theology of the New Testament by Roy Zuck;Darrell Bock