By Robert Morgan / SCM Press / 1973
In this introduction, Robert Morgan explores the nature and task of New Testament theology. Writing from a historical-critical perspective, he argues that New Testament theology addresses the fundamental questions of theology as a whole. He puts the discipline in historical perspective and outlines methods for its study. This volume includes his translations of William Wrede’s “The Task and Method of ‘New Testament Theology’” and Adolf Schlatter’s “The Theology of the New Testament and Dogmatics.”
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Robert Morgan was a New Testament scholar and professor at Oxford University. He is the author of New Testament Theology since Bultmann.