The Accuracy of Scripture Historiography and the New Testament
Church History And New Testament Studies
What are students for the ministry being taught at seminary? This article looks at two subjects that students must study: the New Testament, and church history.
The Dating of the New Testament
What should be the dating of the New Testament? This article looks at the book of Luke, Acts, 1 Corinthians, and some external evidence to demonstrate that the dating of the New Testament should be early.
Richard Bentley and the Text of the Greek Testament
This article commemmorates the work of Richard Bentley on the history of the Greek text of the New Testament.
Jewish Intertestamental and Early Rabbinic Literature: An Annotated Bibliographic Resource Updated (Part 2)
This article provides a bibliography on relevant resources for the study of literature from the intertestamental period, which is useful for an understanding of the background to the New Testament.
Are the New Testament Documents Reliable?
This article considers the reliability of the New Testament, in light of recent attacks on the infallibility of the Bible.
On the Value of Intertestamental Jewish Literature for New Testament Theology
For the understanding of the New Testament in its original setting, the New Testament theologian needs to appreciate the value of intertestamental Jewish literature as the given background.
Did Jesus and His Followers Preach the Right Doctrine from the Wrong Texts?
The New Testament's use of the Old Testament is a difficult issue. How should we understand Jesus and his apostles' exegetical method and their presuppositions? Beale reflects on this hermeneutical issue. Related issues like typology are touched upon.