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Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture: First and Second Peter, Jude

ISBN: 9781441251534



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In this volume, Daniel Keating interprets First and Second Peter and Jude for pastoral ministers and lay readers alike.

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  • Offers detailed exposition and commentary on the text
  • Provides introduction to authorship, literary unity, historical context, theological themes, and contemporary relevance
  • Includes a glossary, indexes, and a list of suggested resources

Top Highlights

“Because the resurrection of Christ is the cause and source of our new birth into God’s people and household” (Page 31)

“Christ has called us either by his own glory and excellence (NAB), that is, by means of his saving work, or he has called us to his own glory and excellence (RSV), that is, to share in his own glory and power. The first is the means, the second is the goal.” (Page 139)

“While it is probable that there were both Gentiles and Jews in these churches, Peter seems to be addressing a largely Gentile audience, called from the nations through Christ to the inheritance of Israel.” (Page 20)

“The first theme sounded by 1 Peter is resurrection, new life, and inexpressible joy through baptism into Christ” (Page 21)

“called and chosen by God: our part is to confirm this call by embracing a way of life that corresponds to it” (Page 146)

  • Title: Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture: First and Second Peter, Jude
  • Author: Daniel Keating
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Pages: 224

Daniel Keating (DPhil, University of Oxford) is an associate professor of theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, Michigan. He is the author or coeditor of several books, including The Appropriation of Divine Life in Cyril of Alexandria, The Theology of Cyril of Alexandria, Aquinas on Doctrine, and Aquinas on Scripture.


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