This addition to the ICC series is an introduction to the Epistles to Timothy and Titus, treating their structure, origin and character, followed by a detailed investigation of the texts. Professor Marshall concludes that the composition is not as unstructured as some commentators have suggested, but rather is carefully conceived. Each section of the Epistles is discussed on the basis of the Greek text. Scholars and students will find the commentary particularly helpful with its lexical information on the Greek words and its careful discussion of the syntactical problems. This is a fresh and comprehensive commentary on the Pastoral Epistles from a scholar of international renown.
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I. Howard Marshall is Emeritus Professor of New Testament Exegesis and Honorary Research Professor at the University of Aberdeen.Review:
'For the professional New Testament scholar this at once becomes an essential book.' —Kenneth Grayson, The Methodist Recorder."This is a very welcome addition to the ICC. It will become a standard work and more popular commentaries will draw freely from its conclusions. Dr Marshall has tackled an unenviable task with his usual erudition and honesty. The careful and positive treatment of the text will enable many to take these letters more seriously as the Word of God."— Edward Burrows, Baptist Ministers' Journal"This long-awaited commentary fully meets one's expectations both of this series (ICC) and of this commentator. It is thorough, careful, clear in its analysis of the issues, fair in its judgements, conservative in its conclusions. It is extremely well-informed. "— Alastair Campbell, Spurgeon's College London, Anvil"This volume, in this series, by this author, needs no commendation: it is an essential component of every scholarly library."—Peter Doble, University of Leeds, Theological Book Review
"Marshall succeeds in his stated aim of producing a readable and 'user-friendly' commentary . . . His tactful balancing of issues succeeds in preventing any alienation of readers from other backgrounds and traditions."—Novum Testamentum, 2000
"This commentary belongs to the best biblical scholarship currently available and is always worth consulting."
- International Review of Biblical Studies, 1999/2000
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Descripción Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2000. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110567086615