By Ulrich Mauser / SCM Press / 1963
This study explores the significance of the theme of “wilderness” in the New Testament. Beginning with its Old Testament origin, Ulrich W. Mauser traces its development through the intertestamental period and the various New Testament writers, highlighting the implications of Christ’s own wilderness experience.
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Ulrich W. Mauser (1926–2008) was a theologian and Otta A. Piper Professor of Biblical Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary from 1991–1999. His experiences as a child in Nazi Germany led him to become an advocate for peace.